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Remote Editing over FTP, HTTP/WebDAV and HTTPS/WebDAV
Oxygen XML Editor supports remote editing, using the FTP and WebDAV protocols. The remote files can be added to the project and can be subject to XSL and FO transformations. The WebDAV access is implemented using the Slide package of the Apache Software Foundation. The FTP part is using passive access to the FTP servers.

Type: WebDAV  #Views: 1093  Category: Resource    

.Net Framework-based WebDAV Server Engine
IT Hit WebDAV Server Engine provides a set of interfaces and classes for creating Class 1 or Class 2 compatible WebDAV Server. Features: - Microsoft Web Folders support - Microsoft Office XP/2003 support - RFC 2518 Class 2 compliant - Runs on .Net Framework 1.0, 1.1 and 2.0 - Microsoft SQL 2000/2005 and Microsoft Access samples

Type: WebDAV  #Views: 2333  Category: Tool    

DAV Explorer
The user interface for the DAV Explorer is similar in look and functionality to the Explorer program which is provided by the Windows operating system. The DAV Explorer is a useful tool for interoperability testing a WebDAV server, since it is capable of exercising the majority of the functionality specified in RFC 2518, the WebDAV Distributed Authoring Protocol specification, while logging the protocol stream. However, DAV Explorer can also be used for remote namespace management, and has collaboration support for groups which employ a lock-download-work-upload-unlock authoring process.

Type: WebDAV  #Views: 2947  Category: Tool    

Web Publishing through WebDAV
There are various ways of publishing content to your Web server. (See How to Publish Content to Your Web Server.) Web-distributed Authoring and Versioning (WebDAV) is an industry standard protocol and is an enhancement to the HTTP protocol, turning the Web into a document database that enables collaborative creation, editing, and searching from remote locations.

Type: WebDAV  #Views: 1652  Category: Resource    

Emerging Technology Briefs: WebDAV
Emerging Technology Briefs, developed by O'Reilly Research, offer a single-page summary of recent developments in a technology topic that we have been following. O'Reilly Research also publishes full-length industry reports, including the 2001 P2P Networking Overview and the upcoming Web Services Report.

Type: WebDAV  #Views: 1617  Category: Article    

Multiple Windows 2000 WebDAV exploits made public
As many as five different pieces of exploit code for recently announced Windows 2000 vulnerabilities have been made public on security mailing lists. Windows administrators are being urged to patch their systems, because workarounds may not be enough, experts say.

Type: WebDAV  #Views: 1536  Category: Article    

Webdav Access Control Protocol Group Publishes Last-Call Specification.
The Webdav Access Control Protocol Group, chartered to develop a remote access control protocol, has released a final last-call specification for public review. Version 06 of the WebDAV Access Control Protocol defines "a set of methods, headers, and message bodies that define Access Control extensions to the WebDAV Distributed Authoring Protocol.

Type: WebDAV  #Views: 1476  Category: Resource    

WebDAV and BioCoRE
It is possible to mount BioCoRE's BioFS filesystem from your own computer using a technology called WebDAV. Windows XP and 2000 and Mac OS X have WebDAV clients built-in, so that WebDAV servers appear as standard network drives on your desktop. Under Linux, the davfs program will also let you mount WebDAV partitions. In addition, there are a number of file browser programs that will let you access WebDAV servers from a variety of clients.

Type: WebDAV  #Views: 1476  Category: Resource    

HOW TO: Set Up WebDAV for a UNIX-to-Windows Migration
When you configure Web Distributed Authoring and Versioning (WebDAV), client computers can open and save documents directly to a Web site instead of using sharing methods such as Server Message Block (SMB), Network File System (NFS), or Hypertext Transfer Protocol (HTTP) to share the Web site content for editing and updating procedures. This article describes how to configure WebDAV in Internet Information Services (IIS).

Type: WebDAV  #Views: 1601  Category: Resource    

WebDAV SEARCH
This document defines WebDAV SEARCH, an application of HTTP/1.1 forming a lightweight search protocol to transport queries and result sets and allows clients to make use of server-side search facilities. It is based on the expired draft for WebDAV DASL [DASL]. [DASLREQ] describes the motivation for DASL.

Type: WebDAV  #Views: 1975  Category: Resource    

Software AG implements WebDAV Standard for Tamino XML Database
WebDAV stands for Web-based Distributed Authoring and Versioning. It is a set of extensions to the HTTP protocol which allows users to collaboratively edit and manage files on remote Web servers. Tamino WebDAV Server represents a new user experience.

Type: WebDAV  #Views: 1418  Category: Resource    

WEBDAV (Extensions for Distributed Authoring and Versioning on the World Wide Web
"WebDAV is an Internet Engineering Task Force (IETF) working group that seeks to extend HTTP 1.1 for distributed authoring and versioning. It uses XML." The Working Group chairman is Jim Whitehead (University of California, Irvine). The Distributed Authoring and Versioning (WebDAV) standard was approved by the IETF in December, 1998.

Type: WebDAV  #Views: 2503  Category: Resource    

Proposed Calendar Server Extensions for WebDAV (CalDAV).
IETF has announced the publication of an initial working draft for Calendar Server Extensions for WebDAV (CalDAV). The CalDAV draft been submitted to the IETF CALSCH working group for consideration of the mechanisms designed to enable interoperable calendar access over WebDAV. The draft specification was commissioned at the Fall 2003 Minneapolis meeting of the IETF Calendaring and Scheduling Working Group Working Group and is intended as an exploration of the advantages of using WebDAV as well as a proposal for one way to model calendaring data, with some ideas for how to specify the features that go beyond WebDAV."

Type: WebDAV  #Views: 2676  Category: Resource    

How to Disable WebDAV for IIS 5.0
This article contains information about modifying the registry. Before you modify the registry, make sure to back it up and make sure that you understand how to restore the registry if a problem occurs. For information about how to back up, restore, and edit the registry, click the following article number to view the article in the Microsoft Knowledge Base: 256986.

Type: WebDAV  #Views: 2064  Category: Article    

Update on Win2000/IIS 5.0/WebDAV Vulnerability
The IIS/WebDAV vulnerability exists only in Windows 2000 systems. The underlying exposure exists within the core Win2000 functionality, in a shared library called ntdll.dll. Other Windows operating systems have been tested and do not exhibit the remote compromise vulnerability.

Type: WebDAV  #Views: 1581  Category: Resource    

What is WebDav?
WebDAV is a protocol that allows convenient connectivity between a remote server and a local workstation. WebDAV can now be used with WebCT to provide true "Drag and Drop" file transfer capabilities between your PC and the WebCT server. You can make a link on your PC to your WebCT site and then easily move files and folders back and forth between your PC and your WebCT site. You can even make a link to the course backups on your site.

Type: WebDAV  #Views: 1467  Category: Resource    

Access Control Extensions to WebDAV
This document specifies a set of methods, headers, and resource-types that define the WebDAV Advanced Access Control extensions to the HTTP/1.1 protocol.

Type: WebDAV  #Views: 2570  Category: Resource    

IETF WEBDAV Working Group
A Brief Introduction to WebDAV and broad collection of related resources and links; including discussion lists, RFCs, current Draft Documents, servers, clients, distibuted web content authoring tools, WebDAV implementations, meetings and archival documents.

Type: WebDAV  #Views: 2688  Category: Resource    

What is WebDAV?
WebDAV (Web-based Distributed Authoring and Versioning) extends the Hypertext Transfer Protocol (HTTP) to support asynchronous collaborative authoring on the Web.

Type: WebDAV  #Views: 1377  Category: Article    

Archived WebDAV-Related Protocol Proposals
During the development of the WebDAV Distributed Authoring Protocol, there were many proposals fielded in an effort to explore the remote authoring protocol design space. These protocol proposals are archived below. None of these documents are currently under active consideration by the WebDAV Working Group.

Type: WebDAV  #Views: 1689  Category: Resource    

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