On Fri, 27 Jun 2003 00:45:24 GMT, The Other Guy responded to a post
from Darrell Miller < XXXX@XXXXX.COM > who wrote in
Jim P.'s previous post brought about me reading this thread, and
prompted me to contribute. Having dabbled in it just a bit, I found
some web sites that were useful to me in this.
: this is a web design's
company explanation as to why they use it over FTP -- in short, it's
got a better interface, is more secure, and supports versioning. This
web page also has other support for user setup. See, too, related
links on that page.
: Setting up the Apache module
to provide WebDAV capabilities for this. You'll need to read this to
implement it on your web server.
: More questions answered from
the central resource group, in addition to many other resources.
: OK, boring RFC 2518, but a
Personally, I think WebDAV is the way to go. If you are trying to sell
it to your superiors (as opposed to implementing FTP, say), there is
some good material on those sites.
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