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From Krey├čel, Conny <Conny.Kreys...@INTER-FORUM.DE>
Subject AW: JCR WEBDAV MSIE and MSOffice
Date Mon, 21 Apr 2008 12:23:55 GMT
I think the following documents points to all related facts

http://www.zope.org/Members/enno/howto_webdav_zopeedit 


Conny 


-----Urspr├╝ngliche Nachricht-----
Von: Sean Sullivan [mailto:sean@seansullivan.com] 
Gesendet: Sonntag, 20. April 2008 00:43
An: users@jackrabbit.apache.org
Betreff: Re: JCR WEBDAV MSIE and MSOffice

Take a look at the slides from my WebDAV presentation:

  http://www.pjug.org/docs/WebDAV-pjug-2008-04-15.pdf

The presentation has a couple of slides about Internet Explorer and WebDAV.

Sean

On Thu, Apr 17, 2008 at 8:56 AM, Maksims Zizkuns <
maksims_zizkuns@exigengroup.lv> wrote:

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> I'm trying to do the following: get an MS Word (msword 2007) document,
> located in JCR repository, opened with write access using MS Internet
> Explorer
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> The scenario is:
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> 1. show HTML page in MSIE which contains a link (<a href=...) to a
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> in a JCR repository.
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> 2. when user clicks on this link then "GET" request is sent by MSIE to a
> webdav servlet (which is actually Jackrabbit's webdav servlet)
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> 3. webdav servlet queryies JCR repository instance, gets document binary
> data from it and sends it back to caller (which is MSIE)
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> 4. MSIE shows dialog with question do I want to open that file, I'm
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> yes and file is opened in MSWord .... as READ-ONLY
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> I can open this document with write access in MSWord as following:
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> 1. by creating Windows webfolder from my webdav location and opening
> document from there
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> 2. by opening document from msword via "Open"  by providing msword with
> full http path to a document (i.e. path to webapplication with webdav
> servlet and resource path inside repository ...)
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> 3. starting winword from command line with same http path to document ...
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> but I cannot get document opened in MSWord with write access by just
> clicking on a reference on an html page in a web browser (MSIE or firefox)
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> in that case documents are always opened as read-only ...
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> If such situation looks familiar to anyone would you please advice how it
> can be fixed or provide some reference
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