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From "Sean Sullivan" <s...@seansullivan.com>
Subject Re: [OT] webdav client libraries for Java?
Date Mon, 12 Nov 2007 20:37:17 GMT
Kristian,

Eclipse has a WebDAV client library. I don't know if the code is
actively maintained:

http://dev.eclipse.org/viewcvs/index.cgi/platform-webdav-home/main.html?view=co

Can you document your findings/researching in the Javapedia wiki?

http://wiki.java.net/bin/view/Javapedia/WebDAV

Sean


On 11/7/07, Kristian Rink <kawazu@zimmer428.net> wrote:
>
> Folks;
>
> sorry for the OT: Being into building a WebDAV enabled
> application based on tomcat, I am so far trying to find a way how to
> programmatically interact with the WebDAV using some kind of Java
> webdav library - but which one? As far as I have seen so far, there is
> next to no working, up-to-date Java WebDAV client library:
>
> - Jakarta Slide seems to have been retired a while ago. For what I see
> on the site, there is a pointer to jackrabbit but so far I have failed
> to find a generic webdav client in jackrabbit-jcr-webdav. Is there such
> functionality in it?
>
> - commons-vfs has webdav supported as "sandbox" component for quite
> some aeons by now it seems.
>
> - SkunkDAV just doesn't work, constantly throwing NPEs, and it's rather
> old (2001) either.
>
> So... does anyone of the kind, wise people out here know a better way
> how to interact with a WebDAV server from within a Java application? Is
> there any way how to programmatically access, modify, add, remove files
> from/to WebDAV without manually crafting a WebDAV client on my own on
> top of some HTTP client lib?
>
> Thanks in advance and best regards,
> Kristian

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