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From "Robert McNaught" <>
Subject [users@httpd] put method cgi script or webdav?
Date Fri, 27 Jun 2008 19:46:25 GMT
Dear all,

I have been reading through some documentation regarding enabling the
HTTP PUT method.  There is a variety of information on the internet,
although some of it does not seem to match.

I am using Apache/2.0.61 (Unix).

I have added the following to access.conf in my http configuration directory.

Script PUT /cgi-bin/
<Directory /home/provxip/public_html/>
AllowOverride None
<Limit PUT>
order allow, deny
allow from all

>From what I read, I need to have a (assuming that it is perl)
file to be run when a client does a PUT request?  If so, how can I get
ahold of such a script.  I have tried googling, and cannot find an
example script.  I am not a programmer so would not have the first
idea how to achieve this...

Also, I have read that having web_dav enabled on your apache server
can bypass this step, since web_dav would enable publishing (which I
assume is the PUT method)?  Does anyone know the simplest way to
achieve this.



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