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From bfxw <linqer...@ebaotech.com>
Subject Re: how to use jackrabbit webdav client?
Date Tue, 15 Jan 2008 01:52:06 GMT

Hi anglea :
   what's the answer about question 5 ?
in addition,I have some new questions ,please help me ,thanks
1. what'is the time schedule of jackrabbit 1.4?
2.I know jackrabbit supports Same Name Siblings. 
does webav not support the Same–Name Siblings nodes?
   

Angela Schreiber wrote:
> 
> bfxw wrote:
>> hi anglea:
>>   please help me for clarifing the following question, thank u very much
>>  1. DeltaV-Compliant webdav server must supported RFC3253, right?
> 
> actually i used deltaV as a synonym of rfc 3253. thats bit sloppy
> and probably not totally correct.
> 
> rfc 3253 describes the 'versioning' of webdaV. the term DeltaV
> is used with the rfc (e.g. 'the DeltaV design team') but also
> with a specific meaning: 'DeltaV compliant resource'.
> 
> in any case:
> 
> rfc 3253 defines more than one compliance class and so
> supporting rfc 3253 is not very precise either.
> 
> which compliance classes are implemented must be indicated
> by the corresponding webdav header.
> 
>>  2. SimpleWebdavServlet support RFC2518 but don't support  RFC3253;
> 
> that not correct. with jackrabbit-1.4 the simple server
> supports some of the features defined by rfc 3253: if i'm
> not mistaken this includes: version-control, version-history and
> label.
> merge/update could be implemented as well (but i guess
> it's not yet done).
> activity/baseline could be implemented as soon as of jsr 283.
> 
> 
>>     JCRWebdavServerServlet support RFC2518 and RFC3253, right?
> 
> right. as above: not the complete functionality of rfc 3253 but
> only that one used for remoting of JCR calls.
> 
>>  3.if my resource is version controled,i should use 
>> JCRWebdavServerServlet   
>>    not SimpleWebdavServlet ,but JCRWebdavServerServlet does not support
>>    those properties which are defined by myself. right?
> 
> use simple webdav servlet.
> see above and for the reason mentioned before (difference between
> to two): the JCRWebdavServerServlet
> exposes bothe jcr-nodes and jcr-properties as resources and
> the dav-properties they expose is defined with the remoting
> protocol (see jackrabbit website for that).
> 
>>  4.SimpleWebdavServlet will support RFC3253 in jackrabbit 1.4
>> release,right?
> 
> yes.
> 
> regards
> angela
> 
> 

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