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From "Gandhirajan Natarajan" <Gandhirajan.Natara...@igate.com>
Subject Regarding Webdav access
Date Tue, 13 May 2008 17:44:13 GMT


Actually when we use jlibrary as our document management server, the
webdav functionality is working fine. (i.e. tiff files are getting
downloaded when we click on them in the browser)


Now we are trying to use jackrabbit as our document management server.
In this case when we try to access the tiff files via webdav, they are
not getting downloaded as mentioned in the mails earlier.


The log info of the webdav access on both the scenario is as follows


[AbstractExportContext] Result for IOHandler
(org.apache.jackrabbit.server.io.DefaultHandler): OK    ----->   In
jlibrary (working fine)


[AbstractExportContext] Result for IOHandler (DirListing Export): OK
------->   In jackrabbit (not working)


The only difference I could see is like; in the first case it calls
"org.apache.jackrabbit.server.io.DefaultHandler" and "DirListing Export"
in second case.


So what change I should do in the second case to make my webdav
functionality working as expected?? Please advice.


Thanks & Regards,

Gandhi Rajan.N


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