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From Koen Pellegrims <kpell...@alice.dyns.cx>
Subject Re: webDAV
Date Thu, 07 Feb 2002 12:54:54 GMT
Normally, the webDAV servlet will be enabled on Tomcat. The servlet makes
all files under ${TOMCAT_HOME}/webapps/webdav available to a webdav
client.
The easiest way to make your cocoon files accessible is to put a symbolic
link in this directory and make it point to the Cocoon documents
directory...

On Thu, 7 Feb 2002, Bert Van Kets wrote:

> I'd like to use Tomcat's webDAV with Cocoon.  I've been trying all kinds of
> configurations, but can't get it running.
> How do I configure the webdav servlet in Tomcat, together with the cocoon
> servlet ?  I know it's more a Tomcat question, but I can't seem to find a
> Tomcat list.
> I've copied the servlet definition from the webdav sample web.xml file to
> the web.xml file in the cocoon webapp, but then I get errors in the tomcat
> log file saying the servlet can't be initialized.
> Any suggestions?
> Bert
>
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