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Kamath, Sujeeth wrote: Hello CVSNT experts. I have a module called "Mod1". Due to some maintenance issues, I would like to prevent users from check out and checkin this module to and from CVS. Is it possible?, Any one out there having an experience to share? Please advice, Regards, sujeeth ----------------- I believe you can control commit access by using the commitinfo file, write a bat file containing something like this: preventcommit.bat : @echo off if %1 == %3 goto denycommit :allowcommit echo Commit on %1 allowed for user %2! EXIT 0 :denycommit echo Commit on %1 not allowed for user %2! EXIT 1 then call it with the following parameters in the commitinfo administrative file (located in cvsroot): ALL c:/preventcommit.bat repopath $USER If this will effectively block both checkin and checkout for the particular module, I'm not sure. But it's worth a try. Tony: I experienced something odd with the premodule file, it apparently ignores the # sign if it contains an executeable string after the sign. Such as : # ALL c:\\winnt\\system32\\cmd.exe /c C:/modchk.bat %c %o Thomas ___________________________________________________________ Skal du købe ny bil? Sammenlign priser på brugte biler med Kelkoo og find et godt tilbud! - Se mere her http://dk.yahoo.com/r/pat/mmb