Infoworld: WebDAV Comes of Age

John Hall johnhall@evergo.net
Mon, 22 Oct 2001 11:22:06 -0700


They do it through the Explorer and Network Places.

If you add a network place that is a webdav server, you can point
explorer at it, and click open.

Down in the guts, it is just like a network redirect.

If you are using the TeamStream WebDav client, they will map a Windows
Drive letter for you.  They also do some caching to make things more
efficient.

If the TeamStream client is pointed at Xythos WFS, you can right click
on a file in the Explorer and see a 'Versioning' tab.  From that menu
you could turn versioning on for a file, view old versions, or perform
check-in and check-out.



> -----Original Message-----
> From: fork-admin@xent.com [mailto:fork-admin@xent.com] On 
> Behalf Of Mr. FoRK
> Sent: Sunday, October 21, 2001 9:14 PM
> To: Rohit Khare; FoRK@xent.com
> Subject: Re: Infoworld: WebDAV Comes of Age
> 
> 
> > Windows XP is notable because it enables any application running on 
> > top of it to be WebDAV-enabled as well.
> Backward compatible or a new API?
> Can you use Notepad to talk over WebDAV?
> Have they hooked below fopen() and other standard APIs?
> 
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