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From Brian Moseley <...@osafoundation.org>
Subject PROPPATCH in simple webdav server
Date Wed, 10 Aug 2005 06:39:48 GMT
angela, can you discuss a little bit about how you implemented PROPPATCH 
in the simple webdav server and how you tested it? why are multi-value 
webdav properties not supported?

i've configured the import-collection chain (called via MKCOL) to add 
nodes with the node type "dav:collection", which is defined as such:

NodeTypeName
   dav:collection
SuperTypes
   nt:folder
IsMixin
   false
HasOrderableChildNodes
   false
PrimaryItemName
   null
PropertyDef
   Name *
   RequiredType UNDEFINED
   DefaultValues null
   AutoCreate false
   Mandatory false
   OnParentVersion COPY
   Protected false
   Multiple false
PropertyDef
   Name *
   RequiredType UNDEFINED
   DefaultValues null
   AutoCreate false
   Mandatory false
   OnParentVersion COPY
   Protected false
   Multiple true

the idea is that i should be able to set arbitrary webdav properties 
(single- or multi-value) on a webdav collection.

when i use cadaver to mkcol a collection (creating a jcr node of type 
dav:collection) and then try to propset an arbitrary property on that 
collection (which as i understand it would set a jcr property of the 
same name on the dav:collection node), i get a 403 Forbidden error:

dav:/home/> mkcol hi
Creating `hi': succeeded.

dav:/home/> propset hi hi hi
Setting property on `hi': failed:
403 Forbidden

it's not clear to me if i'm using cadaver incorrectly, misunderstanding 
the PROPPATCH implementation, or both :) any help you can give would be 
much appreciated. thanks!

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