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From Olivier GUCKERT <>
Subject Re: allowing users to upload pdf files in a web dav directory
Date Thu, 03 Apr 2003 07:02:52 GMT
Ok, thanks a lot, i will have a look at cocoon wiki !

Geoff Howard a écrit :
> I see.  The server itself has access to a webdav folder on a third
> machine.  As
> far as I know, there will not be a way to automatically handle this because
> cocoon's uploads are using to automatically save files and I
> don't think this will work saving to a webdav folder, which as I understand it
> is not a folder at all, but a pointer to a url using the http protocol.  If
> your
> particular server and webdav implementation happen to support it though
> you'll be
> in luck but it would be as easy as specifying whatever file path in web.xml
> you use
> for the local webdav "folder" on the server.
> If that doesn't work as I suspect, you'll need to write an action to get the
> FilePart out of the request, call getInputStream and send that input stream
> over http to the webdav location.
> See: and
> for more information on the process up to and including getting the input
> stream.
> You may also get info from WebServiceProxyGenerator and/or HTTPProxyGenerator
> Beyond that though, I'll not be much help.  You may want to repost a new
> question focused on how to send input stream to a webdav repository on another
> server from within an action.
> Geoff Howard

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