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This contrib provides mod_dav for SME Server, it has been written to make sure it is installed as it is required by my Subversion contrib.
Install the contrib:
yum install smeserver-mod_dav --enablerepo=smecontribs
DAV access is disabled for all ibays by default.
Enable/disable DAV access for an ibay
To enable DAV access to an ibay use the following commands:
db accounts setprop ibay-name ModDav enabled signal-event ibay-modify ibay-name
To disable DAV access to an ibay use the following commands:
db accounts setprop ibay-name ModDav disabled signal-event ibay-modify ibay-name
ETag http response header (FileETag) settings
bugzilla:4482 there seems to be a problem when using Sunbird calendar sharing in DAV enabled ibays. To fix this you can define the FileETag setting to a value of none using the following command:
db accounts setprop ibay-name ModDav-FileETag none
More information on possible FileETag options can be found in the Apache documentation.
Accessing a DAV enabled ibay
DAV-enabled Ibays can be accessed in any of several ways:
through Windows My Network Places
- Open "My Network Places"
- Select "Add a network place"
- Choose "Next"
- Choose "Another network location"
- Enter the address to your DAV enabled ibay, for instance http://server/data or https://server/data
through Internet Explorer
According to this post you can allow Windows/Internet Explorer users to open your DAV-enabled Ibays in Explorer for read-write access directly from your website by using code similar to the lines below.
As a (normal) link:
<a href="http://localhost/data/">Link to folder</a>
As a webfolder:
<a href="" folder="http://localhost/data/">Link to data folder</a>