403 Forbidden accessing SVN from Eclipse

I have Jira on Demand and until the start of this year my team have been able to connect/view/update/commit to SVN from eclipse and to view from Fisheye.

Now, however, my users can not view the repository in Eclipse. They can still view in Fisheye and strangely they can still commit to projects they all ready have checked out but they can not view the repository structure.

When they attempt to view the repository they get a 403 error.

If administrator rights are given then it all works, but obviously I am not going to give everyone admin rights.

I have checked Jira and all the team have commit/browse access.

Does anyone have any great ideas?

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Hi Kevin,

Do you still have this problem?

Also be aware of:

https://confluence.atlassian.com/display/AOD/FishEye,+Crucible,+Subversion+OnDemand+End+of+Service

Cheers,
Felipe Cuozzo
Atlassian OnDemand

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