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From "Tony Sweeney" <tswee...@omnifone.com>
Subject RE: pre-lock.bat Failed in Repo browser
Date Tue, 08 Mar 2011 15:27:45 GMT
 


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	From: Waseem Bokhari [mailto:waseem.bokhari@netsoltech.com] 
	Sent: 08 March 2011 14:24
	To: 'Bert Huijben'; users@subversion.apache.org
	Subject: RE: pre-lock.bat Failed in Repo browser
	
	

	I don't think %VISUALSVN_SERVER% is set in your lock script.

	 

	What is meant by this? 

	 

	The hook scripts are deliberately run with as few environment
variables set as possible (same as with cron on Unix) to mitigate
security risks.  So if you knnow exactly where svnlook.exe is on your
server machine, you should set this explicitly:

	 

	 VISUALSVN_SERVER="C:\Program FIles\Virtual SVN"

	 

	or whatever, right at the start.

	 

	How can I found "svnlook.exe"  ??

	 

	Can you please re-edit this script for me.

	 

	Thanks in advance

	 

	 

	 

	From: Bert Huijben [mailto:bert@qqmail.nl] 
	Sent: Tuesday, March 08, 2011 7:04 PM
	To: 'Waseem Bokhari'; users@subversion.apache.org
	Subject: RE: pre-lock.bat Failed in Repo browser

	 

	I don't think %VISUALSVN_SERVER% is set in your lock script.
Subversion explicitly clears most environment variables before calling
hook scripts.

	 

	Most likely your script can't find svnlook.exe

	 

	                Bert

	 

	From: Waseem Bokhari [mailto:waseem.bokhari@netsoltech.com] 
	Sent: dinsdag 8 maart 2011 7:52
	To: users@subversion.apache.org
	Subject: pre-lock.bat Failed in Repo browser

	 

	Hi Experts!
	                   Below is the "pre-lock.bat " Script ....
	
	Only User who lock the file can unlock the file. Other users are
forbidden to Unlock file.
	
	@echo off
	
	:: Set all parameters
	set repository=%1
	set repopath=%2
	set user=%3
	
	:: Set path to svnlook
	set svnlook=%VISUALSVN_SERVER%bin\svnlook.exe
	
	:: First check that the lock exists already.
	:: In that case svnlook prints the lock description.
	"%svnlook%" lock "%repository%" %repopath% | findstr /B /L "UUID
Token:" > NUL 2>&1
	
	:: If the lock does not exist, allow locking
	if ERRORLEVEL 1 exit 0
	
	:: Now check the lock's owner
	"%svnlook%" lock "%repository%" %repopath% | findstr /C:"Owner:
%user%" > NUL 2>&1
	
	:: If the person locking matches the lock's owner, allow locking
	if %ERRORLEVEL% EQU 0 exit 0
	
	:: Otherwise, return failure
	echo "Error: %repopath% is locked already." >&2
	exit 1
	
	
	Issue/Problem!!
	
	This scenario failed in Repo Browser. Any one can Unlock
File/Folder through Repo Browser.
	
	Please advice me accordingly.
	
	Thanks 

	 

	
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