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From ossi petz <ossip...@hallo.ms>
Subject Re: [OT] webdav client libraries for Java?
Date Tue, 13 Nov 2007 10:59:18 GMT

well i think it should be possible to write / read files with webdav and 
the slide webdavlib. the library may be 3-4 years old but i dont see any 
  strong movement on webdav itself so it should work.

a lot of tools actually use this lib (maven wagon, commons http client 
and so on)

currently i am doing some experiments with httpclient/slide and https 
and reading files seems to work.

there are some articles on this too: 

using the latest snapshot vfs form:

the src file contains an ant build script that will collect the required 

curious if someone has ever used vfs with slide-clientlib and https?



Kristian Rink schrieb:
> Hello Sean, @list;
> and, first off, thanks loads for all the kind pointers offered here on
> this issue, much appreciated. :) Indeed so far I would second ossi's
> question on having a short pointer on how to use the WebDAV methods in
> jackrabbit-webdav module together with commons-httpclient - has anyone
> tried this so far in a generic way?
> About the Eclipse WebDAV: I am not sure it's still up and working, at
> least having a quick look I haven't found the modules in question in my
> 3.3 binary installment as well as it seems there ain't no webdav
> feature/plugin around to be installed anymore. Sad thing. :( In my very
> case however it seems I have to give up on WebDAV altogether for that
> project anyhow - it seems so far no client I found is capable of
> programmatically talking to a remote Oracle ContentDB WebDAV
> environment installed behind a load-balancing web server...
> Am Mon, 12 Nov 2007 12:37:17 -0800
> schrieb "Sean Sullivan" <sean@seansullivan.com>:
>> Can you document your findings/researching in the Javapedia wiki?
>> http://wiki.java.net/bin/view/Javapedia/WebDAV
> I will do so of course; thanks for the pointer. :)
> Cheers & best regards,
> Kristian

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