Re: Method not allowed exception
Il 14/11/2013 22:35, Ben Reser ha scritto:
> Can you elaborate what method you're seeing method not allowed with? Or if you
> were running a svn client what command you were running?
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> The one case where we made such a change that comes to mind is with LOCK. LOCK
> per the RFC can lock files that don't exist (otherwise known as an unmapped url
> or null resources).
> We only support this when SVNAutoversioning is turned on and return a method
> not allowed error if this isn't turned on. We felt that the method not allowed
> error was the logical error to return.
> The other cases where we return method not allowed typically are cases where we
> don't allow that method on regular URLs unless auto-versioning is enabled.
We have an apache installation with subversion modules (
All our repositories are in svn subfolder (
If I checkout the url 'http://webserver/badname/RepositoryName', subversion
return '405 Method not allowed' instead of '404 Url not found'.
Unexpected HTTP status 405 Method Not Allowed on '/badname/RepositoryName'
PROPFIND request on '/badname/RepositoryName' failed: 405 Method not allowed
Received on 2013-11-15 07:49:46 CET
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