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Cannot update source codes in server when update in Subversion

Posted on 2013-10-23
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We have svn installed in a windows server and also tortoise.  We have been using for some time with minimum problems.  Just recently for some strange reason we cannot update the code prior exporting it.  The error is similar to lack access.  We tried giving access to those folder with no success.
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by:rayluvs
ID: 39596231
Forgot place the image and versions.

The SVN version in server:

VisualSVN Server 2.5.5 (32 bit)

The Tortoise version used in the Server:

TortoiseSVN 1.7.8.23174-win32-svn-1.7.6

Version used in VB at the workstation PC:

AnkhSvn-Daily-2.2.10617.9 (Add-on for VB)

Following are the screen when error occurs:

svn
Please note that when starting the update, SVN ask for my user name and password for the domain.  It is entered still same problem.
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by:rayluvs
ID: 39598280
FYI:
Checked access rights on the server and found my user under a domain named "user" group.  To make sure that my user had complete access, we did the following:

Right-click on SVN folder
Then Properties
Then Security Tab
Finally added my user full access to the folder

However, same error.  We though the problem would have been my user was not in the folder, but it seems that this is not the error.

Can it be within SVN?
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rayluvs earned 0 total points
ID: 39598382
Found the problem (hope it will help other members):

The new user created was not included on the SVN apps (the VisualSVN Server Manager).  So we went into the apps and:

Right-click Repositories >> All Tasks >> Manage Security
Added the user

And it worked excellently!
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Author Closing Comment

by:rayluvs
ID: 39598504
Proceed to close the question with my answer (since it worked)
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