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From "Paco Avila" <monk...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: Does versioning work on WebDAV?
Date Tue, 29 Jul 2008 09:30:56 GMT
Sorry for the little info. I have this node structure (okm:document is
something like nt:file)

[okm:resource] > nt:resource, mix:versionable
- okm:size (long) mandatory
- okm:author (string) mandatory
- okm:versionComment (string) copy

[okm:document] > nt:hierarchyNode, mix:referenceable, mix:lockable,
- okm:author (string) mandatory
- okm:name (string) mandatory
- okm:language (string)
- okm:keywords (string) mandatory
+ okm:content (okm:resource) primary mandatory

The document node is not versionable itself, the versionable node is a
subnode. Probably this is the problem. And I don't know which class should I
modify to work with this node structure. I have created my own IOHandler,
PropertyHandler handler (based on
org.apache.jackrabbit.server.io.DefaultHandler) and now I can write and read
documents using WebDAV.

And yes, I use last Jackrabbit stable version.

On Tue, Jul 29, 2008 at 11:06 AM, Angela Schreiber <anchela@day.com> wrote:

> hi paco
>  I've trying to make a CHECKOUT and the server return an error: 405 Method
>> Not Allowed. I use "cadaver" as WebDAV client.
> are you using jackrabbit 1.4?
> did you make sure, that the resource is version-controlled?
> with the information given, that's the first thing i
> would suspect. if both are met and your resource is indeed
> version-controlled, you need to provider more information
> for i don't know by heart what could be wrong then... e.g.
> a log of the http conversation.
> btw... just to know that i'm on the right track: you are
> talking about the simple dav server, don't you?
> regards
> angela

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