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Gerald RistowSubject: WebDAV and Tamino
Author: Gerald Ristow
Date: 30 Oct 2001 11:10 AM
Hello,
I am using Stylus Studio 3.1 to create documents for Tamino 2.3.1. When using the WebDAV interface, the file selector box cannot connect to the server http://localhost/taminowebdavserver. What is the correct syntax or procedure to connect to the Tamino WebDAV server?
Thanx
Gerald

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Alberto MassariSubject: Re: WebDAV and Tamino
Author: Alberto Massari
Date: 30 Oct 2001 12:51 PM
At 11:17 AM 10/30/2001 -0500, you wrote:
>From: "Gerald Ristow"
>
>Hello,
> I am using Stylus Studio 3.1 to create documents for Tamino 2.3.1.
> When using the WebDAV interface, the file selector box cannot connect to
> the server http://localhost/taminowebdavserver. What is the correct
> syntax or procedure to connect to the Tamino WebDAV server?

Hi Gerald,
first of all I would clearly state that this board is not the proper place
to find support for Software AG's products.
Anyhow, from what I was able to see playing with their product, every
"store" inside Tamino can be accessed through an URL like
http://localhost/taminowebdavserver/store (the taminowebserver level does
not expose any WebDAV resource). In any case, Studio expects that the
WebDAV server returns in the "displayname" property just the name of the
file/directory, while Tamino sometimes returns an (invalid) URL, so you
will be forced to enter a complete path in the edit box at every navigation
step...

Hope this helps,

Alberto

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Gerald RistowSubject: Re: WebDAV and Tamino
Author: Gerald Ristow
Date: 31 Oct 2001 03:46 AM
Dear Alberto,
I was NOT discussing Software AG's product since the Tamino WebDAV works fine! What is not working is the interface between Tamino and Stylus Studio's WebDAV access and I would like to know why and how to solve the problem. Unfortunately, your suggestion did not help and I still get an empty directory.
Regards,
Gerald

BTW, I was evaluating XMLSpy before Stylus and their WebDAV access to Tamino works just fine.

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Alberto MassariSubject: Re: WebDAV and Tamino
Author: Alberto Massari
Date: 31 Oct 2001 08:06 AM
Hi Gerald,

At 03:54 AM 10/31/2001 -0500, you wrote:
>From: "Gerald Ristow"
>
>Dear Alberto,
> I was NOT discussing Software AG's product since the Tamino WebDAV
> works fine!

I was simply stating that I couldn't help you in setting up the WebDAV
server...

>What is not working is the interface between Tamino and Stylus Studio's
>WebDAV access and I would like to know why and how to solve the problem.

My previous statement about http://locahost/taminowebdavserver not being a
WebDAV entry point was correct but incomplete; such a URL returns an error,
because it is mapped into http://localhost/taminowebdavserver/index.html,
and this is not a WebDAV entry point. The correct URL is
http://localhost/taminowebdavserver/ (with the final '/'). When you type a
full URL in the edit box, sometimes the secondary thread that is supposed
to fill the list doesn't start, so you could be required to re-select the
"taminowebdavserver" entry in the combo box.
In any case, Studio is currently using the "displayname" property returned
by the WebDAV server as the name of the displayed file/directory, and
Tamino sometimes returns an (invalid) URL like "/administration/etc"
instead of the simple "etc" name (this will prevent you from visually
navigating/selecting such items, and to type their full URL in the edit box).
I am now making Studio not to look at this property, to fix this
incompatibility.

Alberto

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Minollo I.Subject: Re: WebDAV and Tamino
Author: Minollo I.
Date: 05 Nov 2001 10:25 AM
The cause of this problem is fixed in 3.1 BL66d, now available on
http://www.stylusstudio.com/update

Thanks,
Minollo

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Gerald RistowSubject: Re: WebDAV and Tamino
Author: Gerald Ristow
Date: 14 Nov 2001 07:12 AM
Dear Carlo,
thanks for the patched version. Unfortunately, I am still not able to see the WebDAV-folder provided by Tamino 2.3.1 even though I can see them as Web-Folders in the Explorer. Am I doing something wrong, the address I provide correspond to the one I would use in the (Internet) Explorer.
Regards,
Gerald

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Alberto MassariSubject: Re: WebDAV and Tamino
Author: Alberto Massari
Date: 14 Nov 2001 07:49 AM
At 07:20 AM 11/14/2001 -0500, you wrote:
>From: "Gerald Ristow"
>
>Dear Carlo,
> thanks for the patched version. Unfortunately, I am still not able to
> see the WebDAV-folder provided by Tamino 2.3.1 even though I can see them
> as Web-Folders in the Explorer. Am I doing something wrong, the address I
> provide correspond to the one I would use in the (Internet) Explorer.

Hi Gerald,
can you give us more informations? I am able to do the following (using
Stylus 3.1 bl69 against Tamino 2.3.1.4 with Tamino WebDav Server 2.3.1 on
Apache 1.3.20):

- pop up the open file dialog
- type http://localhost/taminowebdavserver in the URL field and press Enter
- I see the "administration" folder in the list control
- double click on "administration", and I see "configuration", "etc",
"repairer",...
- double click on "etc" and then on "mycoll.xml", and the file is opened.

Does the same sequence of actions work with you?

Alberto

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Gerald RistowSubject: Re: WebDAV and Tamino
Author: Gerald Ristow
Date: 23 Nov 2001 05:11 AM
Hello,
when I type in the URL in the URL-field below, everything works as you describe it. I can even save the file to the location. However, if I go up in the hierarchy, e.g. to /, I cannot go back to the taminowebdavserver directory or even the administration directory. They disappeared from the pull-down menu.
I thought I could just click on WebDAV and insert the full http address in the fields that pop up when clicking on the computer icon in the upper right corner. But in there, only an entry of localhost:80 seems to work.
Regards,
Gerald

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Alberto MassariSubject: Re: WebDAV and Tamino
Author: Alberto Massari
Date: 26 Nov 2001 12:06 PM
At 05:19 AM 11/23/2001 -0500, you wrote:
>From: "Gerald Ristow"
>
>Hello,
> when I type in the URL in the URL-field below, everything works as you
> describe it. I can even save the file to the location.

Good.

>However, if I go up in the hierarchy, e.g. to /, I cannot go back to the
>taminowebdavserver directory or even the administration directory. They
>disappeared from the pull-down menu.

This because Tamino hooks the WebDAV file system under the
taminowebdavserver virtual directory; when Stylus asks for the children of
/, Apache does not return any entry

> I thought I could just click on WebDAV and insert the full http
> address in the fields that pop up when clicking on the computer icon in
> the upper right corner. But in there, only an entry of localhost:80 seems
> to work.

Yes, in that dialog you are asked to enter the name of the server, with an
optional IP port; it doesn't accept a full URL

Alberto

 
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