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1. Web Development
I am using a webdav server
host name : abc.xyz.com.ak
username : user123
password : password123
port : 80
I need to send files stored in my windows system to the server, any idea how to do it.
I dont know how to create a url in linux for webdav server using details. (2 Replies)
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2. Shell Programming and Scripting
I am required to automate file transfer to a Sharepoint Collection, I have failed in mounting the webdav as a file system using davfs2 so I am investigating Curl and Cadaver.
Cadaver is probably the easiest solution, I can successfully connect and transfer files. However can anyone advise... (2 Replies)
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I configured a WebDAV server using Apache. Here is my configuration:
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Discussion started by: majid.merkava
i have configured Apache with WEBDAV & my aim is sharing outlook calendars because we don't use M$ ExChange.
From outlook i did a simple test & am able to share a calendar.
I want to create share for each user & then authenticate against LDAP before they can publish their... (0 Replies)
Discussion started by: coolatt
5. OS X (Apple)
I need some advice about using WebDav in Mac OS 10.5
My problem is that I mount a WebDav folder in the hard drive pointing to a webdav directory service running under apache (it's Alfresco, if you know it) but the permissions of this directory, when mounted, are only for the user who... (0 Replies)
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6. Shell Programming and Scripting
i have a such question this is my shell script my script must upload file to webdav server
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7. UNIX for Dummies Questions & Answers
I have a WebDav directory mounted and everything seems fine except for one thing. All file/directory names appear in all UPPERCASE, when in actual fact they are lowercase on the remote machine.
foo/bar/baz.html on the remote host, appears on my local machine as... (0 Replies)
Discussion started by: MrMoney