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From P.van Kemenade <p...@kw.nl>
Subject (confirmed) WebdavServlet: PROPPATCH doesnt work
Date Mon, 25 Aug 2003 09:10:44 GMT
Hi

confirmed:

> 	the WebdavServlet's PROPPATCH  method in tomcat 4 & 5 doesnt work

actually, it just isnt implemented.

the fact is not in the docs (afaik), on the contrary, several pages
in the jakarta site claim tomcat 4 > supports "webdav level 2", which 
is not true.

it is not in the bugtracker; but it may be considered
"not a bug", it's just not implemented.

the tomcat 5 source code simply reads

     /**
      * PROPPATCH Method.
      */
     protected void doProppatch(HttpServletRequest req,
                                HttpServletResponse resp)
         throws ServletException, IOException {

         if (readOnly) {
             resp.sendError(WebdavStatus.SC_FORBIDDEN);
             return;
         }

         if (isLocked(req)) {
             resp.sendError(WebdavStatus.SC_LOCKED);
             return;
         }

         resp.sendError(HttpServletResponse.SC_METHOD_NOT_ALLOWED);

     }


$2c,
*-pike


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