New beta plugin: WebDAV (WebFolders)

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Post by *godandag » 2017-10-13, 12:15 UTC

Hello!

Don't know is it a bug or just specific webDAV server (MarkLogic) behavior, but i have a problem when openig a folder using plugin - it shows me the folder is empty, but i'm sure there are some files in there.

I have another webDAV client (oxygen) which shows files correctly.

I can see the difference in a webDAV server logs:
1) plugin sends "PROPFIND /delegation/us HTTP/1.1"
2) another client sends PROPFIND /delegation/us/ HTTP/1.1
- there is a / after us folder.

In my case under delegation folder i have both directory and file with the same name - us. Mat be this is the reason, because in general the plugin works fine.

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Post by *ghisler(Author) » 2017-10-15, 06:45 UTC

There is a checkbox in the connection settings to alaways append a slash to directory names. Can you try this please?
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WebDAV COPY/MOVE

Post by *yar229 » 2017-11-08, 02:00 UTC

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Is there any chance to add full support for WebDAV COPY/MOVE operation?
For example, as a checkbox in connection properties?

At this time (plugin v.2.9) it's ok when copying one file, but when I try to copy folder plugin creates inner folders and than recusively uses WebDAV COPY for each file. My server copies inner content by itself.

That makes me cry when there's a lot of files and work doubles.

P.S. And the same for DELETE

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Post by *ghisler(Author) » 2017-11-08, 11:05 UTC

Interesting, I didn't know that there are servers where COPY command also works for folders. I will consider adding it when I can get it to work.
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Re: New beta plugin: WebDAV (WebFolders)

Post by *tc99 » 2019-01-07, 19:00 UTC

I got a couple of problems of using the webdav plugin:

1. i opened a connection to the webdav target, selected a file, press 'F3' to quick view the file (text file), then download it, modify it, then upload it to the server, then used the 'F3' to quick view the file. it showed the before-change content, even after I restarted total commander several times! i then downloaded that file again and viewed it, it showed the before-change content! finally i ftped to the same folder and downloaded the file, its contents showed the changed content. it seems to be me the webdav plugin put the files in a cache somewhere and never refreshes them.

2. it would be great if i could reserve the original file time when uploading the files.

thanks.

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Re: New beta plugin: WebDAV (WebFolders)

Post by *Peter » 2019-03-04, 15:53 UTC

Anyone here who used Webdav with Joomla?
Does it work? Easyly or not?

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Re: New beta plugin: WebDAV (WebFolders)

Post by *ghisler(Author) » 2019-03-05, 08:00 UTC

I don't, but just google
Webdav with Joomla
to find some nice tutorials.
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Re: New beta plugin: WebDAV (WebFolders)

Post by *Peter » 2019-03-05, 08:23 UTC

Thanks Christian
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