I'm using primarily groups instead of roles to manage permissions since I need to control visibility of projects. I have a group named something like myproject-developers, and along with the administrator role, that group has commit access to the SVN repository as shown at https://xxxx.atlassian.net/secure/admin/ProjectRepositoryPermissions.jspa?repositoryKey=XXXX.
As a member of that group, I can browse source code from within Atlassian, but when I try to perform an action through SVN (e.g. through my IDE), I get a 403, even for read operations like update.
Michael - that turned out to be *a* problem but not *the* problem.
For those interested, the problem turned out to be that I had capital letters in my group names which causes problems somewhere in the Crowd/Apache/SVN chain. For those that encounter this problem, ask Atlassian support to turn on the switch in Crowd that converts all params to lower case.
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