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Hi, I'm newbie to svn server and today one user complain his svn access have problem. It was working fine all the while until error prompt out say " access ...
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    svn access and troubleshooting


    Hi,

    I'm newbie to svn server and today one user complain his svn access have problem. It was working fine all the while until error prompt out say " access to ..... forbidden" .

    I do some simple troubleshooting, looking at authentication file and search for his name but his name was not there.

    Secondly, i try to view the repository and can't find the folder as well
    example: /mysvn/svn/fw/branches
    and i only can find the folder fw but inside no subfolder name branches

    Anyone can provide me the step to troubleshoot my issue?

    regards,
    Chungb

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    I just find out my svn server was built with one application name "Wandisco" . Anyone know the configuration for that application or may be a link that i can refer to? I only able to access the server using text command.

    Regards,
    Chungb

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    You are not actually going to see a branches directory on disk. That entire book is well worth a read if you are looking after a subversion repository.
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