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Re: I can not view all repositiries

From: Ryan Schmidt <subversion-2009b_at_ryandesign.com>
Date: Tue, 9 Jun 2009 19:03:44 -0500

On Jun 9, 2009, at 02:23, Sefa YILDIZ wrote:

> I am using Tortoise windows Client and my repository locates on
> Linux machine which CollabNet subversion installed on it.
>
> Everything seems working fine, but when I try to Repo-browser of
> all repositories, I got an error message?
>
> Command:
> Right Click --> SVN Repo-browser --> URL: http://tr-
> svnserver.europe.nortel.com/svn (on web page as well)
> Error message:
> Server sent unexpected return (403 Forbidden) in response to the
> OPTIONS request for "http://tr-svnserver.europe.nortel.com/svn"
>

I do not know TortoiseSVN. They have a separate mailing list where
you can ask questions specific to that product.

> Here is my httpd.conf
>
> zisty052-33> cat collabnet_subversion_httpd.conf
> ServerName tr-svnserver.europe.nortel.com:80
> Listen 80
>
> User csvn
>
> Group csvn
>
> <Location /svn>
> DAV svn
> SVNParentPath /var/svn/repositories
> AuthzSVNAccessFile //etc/opt/CollabNet_Subversion/conf/
> svn_access_file
> Satisfy Any
> Require valid-user
> AuthType Basic
> AuthName "Subversion repository"
> AuthUserFile //etc/opt/CollabNet_Subversion/conf/svn_auth_file
> </Location>
> zisty052-34>
>
> I also have access file and limited the repositories for the users.
> Should I add a line to access file tom see all the vobs?
>

If you would like to be able to see a list of all repositories, you
can add the directive "SVNListParentPath On" to this section.

However, you will not be able to see the list in a Subversion client,
such as TortoiseSVN or the svn command line client. You will only be
able to see the listing in a web browser by visiting the appropriate
URL.

> While using the same URL with Viewvc, I am be able to see all the
> vobs listed.
> I have no problem with viewvc,
>

ViewVC is a different product with different capabilities. It would
not surprise me if ViewVC offered a feature to show a list of all
repositories.

> When I searched on internet, I saw that I should aa the line
> SVNParentPath, I did but still facing the issue.
> I checked the permission on linux side and everyting seems ok.
>

Sure, if you have multiple repositories you would like to serve, then
SVNParentPath is the logical way to go. If you have only a single
repository, you may want to use SVNPath instead.

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