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Queries about SVN (Security related)

From: Jerryleen S <jerryleen.s_at_prdcinfotech.com>
Date: Fri, 25 Nov 2011 12:02:19 +0530

Dear Sir,
We are in the process of selecting SVN system in our company, could you
please clarify following points.
1. Restricting branching activity based on roles specified. That is
denying branch functionality to users based on there roles.
2. Denying delete/add folder to certain users, it is not just r or r/w.
if user has r/w access but shouldn't have delete or add access, only
modify commit should be accessible.
3. Is it possible host repos in 2 different physical locations?
4. How to delete folders or file permanently.
As of now we are using following software for svn access:
Collabnet Subversion Edge 2.0.1
SVN 1.6
Tortoise 1.6.
We are using SVN system as trail basis before adapting for entire
company. So please clarify above issues.
Thanks & Regards,
Jerryleen S
Project Coordinator, PRDC

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Received on 2011-11-25 07:57:25 CET

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