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Re: Error Commit Add Folder

Author steveking
Full name Stefan Küng
Date 2009-01-13 09:17:53 PST
Message lapidarynewbie wrote:
> First of all, I still consider myself to be an SVN/TortoiseSVN newbie and
> still a Linux beginner, so please bear with me if I seem to be repeating
> other posts.
>
> Environment:
> Server - RH 5, Apache 2. Latest version of Subversion.
> Client - Vista; TortoiseSVN
>
> Previous repository created before I arrived here.
>
> Attempting to get to the repository for checkout using:
>
> https://ourserver.ou​rdomain.com/Reposito​ryName/
>
> gives the 405 Method Not Allowed error for one user and 403 Access Denied
> for another when trying to check out a working copy of the repository the

405 indicates a firewall/virus scanner rejecting DAV requests.

> first time. ("RepositoryName" also represents the directory name of the
> repository.) Using TortoiseSVN another user is getting:
>
> "In a new repository repos/AET – has no content
> Error received when attempted to commit an add of a folder. Same error
> received when attempted to create a new folder in the repository directly
> with repo-browser. User has rw access for /repos/AET." Error is:
>
> "Can't create directory '........': Permission Denied"
>
>
> users.access appears to have appropriate access permissions. users.access
> contains:
>
> [RepositoryName:/]
> userwith403 at ourdomain dot com = rw
> userwith405 at ourdomain dot com = rw
>
> Also, originally there wasn't in users.access
>
> [foldername:/projectname]

shouldn't that be [repositoryname:/foldername] ?

For server configurations, you should ask for help on the Subversion
mailing list (users at subversion tigris org)

Stefan

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Error Commit Add Folder

Author lapidarynewbie <rlichvar at sainc dot com>
Full name lapidarynewbie <rlichvar at sainc dot com>
Date 2009-01-13 08:01:07 PST
Message First of all, I still consider myself to be an SVN/TortoiseSVN newbie and
still a Linux beginner, so please bear with me if I seem to be repeating
other posts.

Environment:
Server - RH 5, Apache 2. Latest version of Subversion.
Client - Vista; TortoiseSVN

Previous repository created before I arrived here.

Attempting to get to the repository for checkout using:

https://ourserver.ou​rdomain.com/Reposito​ryName/

gives the 405 Method Not Allowed error for one user and 403 Access Denied
for another when trying to check out a working copy of the repository the
first time. ("RepositoryName" also represents the directory name of the
repository.) Using TortoiseSVN another user is getting:

"In a new repository repos/AET – has no content
Error received when attempted to commit an add of a folder. Same error
received when attempted to create a new folder in the repository directly
with repo-browser. User has rw access for /repos/AET." Error is:

"Can't create directory '........': Permission Denied"


users.access appears to have appropriate access permissions. users.access
contains:

[RepositoryName:/]
userwith403 at ourdomain dot com = rw
userwith405 at ourdomain dot com = rw

Also, originally there wasn't in users.access

[foldername:/projectname]

with user access entries in it for this repository so I aped another entry
using RepositoryName for projectname just as is the case for other entries.

Have been able to checkout a working copy of another repository w/o a
problem.

What am I missing?

Many thanks for your help!
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