I'm new to FE/Cru administration. I'd like to understand how a FE/Cru user gets authorized to access a SVN repository. Are user's credentials used to access the repository?
The credentials you need to use in FishEye/Crucible are the same you use in order to access it via web browser or command line. This user must have access to the repository root and all the directories and files under the root.
You can run the following command to check if a user has access to the repository:
svn info <REPO_URL>
This command will probably ask you to provide credentials. If the credentials are accepted, the user can be used in FishEye/Crucible as well.
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Thanks in advance!
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