> A New Internet-Draft is available from the on-line Internet-Drafts
> Title : Web Distributed Authoring and Versioning (WebDAV) SEARCH
> Author(s) : J. Reschke, et al.
> Filename : draft-reschke-webdav-search-12.txt
> Pages : 57
> Date : 2007-4-4
> This document specifies a set of methods, headers, properties and
> content-types composing WebDAV SEARCH, an application of the HTTP/1.1
> protocol to efficiently search for DAV resources based upon a set of
> client-supplied criteria.
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- Apache Jackrabbit (just the SEARCH method and the DASL header, but not
the DAV:basicsearch grammar)
- Apache Slide
- Microsoft Exchange/Sharepoint (just the SEARCH method and the DASL
header, but not the DAV:basicsearch grammar)
- SAP KM
- Xythos WFS
Are there any instances of the below mentioned DASL servers running on
hosts on the open Internet, such that a hypothetical DASL client could
connect to them for purpose of testing?
At 07:24 AM 13/04/2007, Julian Reschke wrote:
>(- Apache Jackrabbit (just the SEARCH method and the DASL header, but not
>the DAV:basicsearch grammar)
>- Apache Slide
>- Microsoft Exchange/Sharepoint (just the SEARCH method and the DASL
>header, but not the DAV:basicsearch grammar)
>- SAP KM
>- Xythos WFS
On Apr 13, 2007, at 4:24 AM, Julian Reschke wrote:
> Julian Reschke schrieb:
>> this is draft 12, as previously announced in <http://lists.w3.org/ >> Archives/Public/w3c-dist-auth/2007JanMar/0114.html>. I have just
>> requested publication as Experimental Standard (<http://
> Input for the IESG:
> (a) Implementations:
> - Apache Jackrabbit (just the SEARCH method and the DASL header,
> but not the DAV:basicsearch grammar)
> - Apache Slide
> - Apache/moddav+Catacomb
> - Microsoft Exchange/Sharepoint (just the SEARCH method and the
> DASL header, but not the DAV:basicsearch grammar)
> - SAP KM
> - Xythos WFS
> (there may be more; feedback appreciated)
> (b) Known open issues:
> Summarized in <http://greenbytes.de/tech/webdav/draft-reschke- > webdav-search-12.html#rfc.section.B>.
> Best regards, Julian
Lisa Dusseault schrieb:
> Are there any known client implementations?
SEARCH is used in several client libraries (Apache Slide, Apache
Jackrabbit, SAP KM) quite frequently (just look at the mail archives
from the Apache mailing lists). Also, the Microsoft Exchange and
Sharepoint SEARCH implementations are known to be used by many custom
clients (AFAIK, there are lots of things in Exchange and Sharepoint
where you need SEARCH unless you want to use WS-*).