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From Tetsuya Suga <t_suga...@yahoo.co.jp>
Subject Re: Re: [users@httpd] I CanNot access to svn-reps via apache-webdav. I Can access to nomal webdav of apache...
Date Sun, 01 Feb 2009 13:11:40 GMT
Thank you for your quick replying.

> I just thought that maybe it was the usual port issue with Microsoft's DAV
> interface.
I think so, too. Mini-redirector has many bugs until now. So I don't trust it...


> For once, that is not so surprising, because I imagine also that the normal
> client used to connect to DAV-svn must be some SVN-aware client, no ?
I can't understand the meaning of "SVN-aware client". sorry
But I can access to my svn as webdav from AnyClient. I can access from "CarotDAV"(Japanese
person made). There are no problems. it works well.


> Have you tried connecting directly to that DAV-svn interface, not using a
> "net use", but directly from whatever SVN client you intend to use (like
> TortoiseSVN for example) ?
I can access to my svn (http://192.168.1.9/svn) from TortoiseSVN well.


I guess that maybe Mini-Redirector should be "PROPFIND /svn/". Now it is "PROPFIND /svn".
Apache apply the "redirect-carefully" when the target of the access is Apache's webdav, so
I can access to apache native webdav. However apache don't apply it when the target is SVN's
webdav, So I cannot. This is my suggestion. So there are any evidences...



Tetsuya



2009/2/1 André Warnier <aw@ice-sa.com>:
> Tetsuya Suga wrote:
> [...]
> Sorry then, I cannot help you further.
> I just thought that maybe it was the usual port issue with Microsoft's DAV
> interface.
>
> Going back to your original post (very complete, thanks), I can see that the
> response to PROPFIND is very different between the "normal DAV" and
> "DAV-svn".  I can only imagine that Microsoft Vista's DAV redirector does
> not like what it gets from DAV-svn, and refuses to connect to it.
>
> For once, that is not so surprising, because I imagine also that the normal
> client used to connect to DAV-svn must be some SVN-aware client, no ?
> Have you tried connecting directly to that DAV-svn interface, not using a
> "net use", but directly from whatever SVN client you intend to use (like
> TortoiseSVN for example) ?
>
>
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