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Old 16th April 2010, 11:05
anilva anilva is offline
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Default WebDAV file properties

I need to share files on my web server so that users are able to open them, edit and save them directly to the server. I am trying to do this with webDAV module in apache 2.2. I have done the installation, configuration and all, and able to open and save files using word.

However, I can't see the author's name in the properties of the file. Why is this important parameter missing? How to add it? Any help will be much appreciated. Below list what I can get from one file.


dav:/dav1/> propget d.txt
Fetching properties for `d.txt':
DAV: resourcetype =
DAV: creationdate = 2010-04-16T06:04:44Z
DAV: getcontentlength = 0
DAV: getlastmodified = Fri, 16 Apr 2010 06:04:30 GMT
DAV: getetag = "11bc1f8-0-484546268d780"
http://apache.org/dav/props/ executable = F
DAV: supportedlock =
<DAV:lockentry>
<DAV:lockscope><DAV:exclusive></DAV:exclusive></DAV:lockscope>
<DAV:locktype><DAV:write></DAV:write></DAV:locktype>
</DAV:lockentry>
<DAV:lockentry>
<DAV:lockscope><DAV:shared></DAV:shared></DAV:lockscope>
<DAV:locktype><DAV:write></DAV:write></DAV:locktype>
</DAV:lockentry>

DAV: lockdiscovery =
DAV: getcontenttype = text/plain
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