[MarkLogic Dev General] Accessing a MarkLogic WebDav
Serverbehindan Apache Web Server
McBeath, Darin W (ELS-STL)
D.McBeath at elsevier.com
Thu Dec 13 15:08:05 PST 2007
I didn't think that was necessary as apache was just proxying to the webdav server. But, perhaps that was a bad assumption. Perhaps, this is needed in order to get apache to accept the propfind verb. I will give that a go. In hindsight, I can see that might make sense.
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Just a total guess – do you have the mod_dav module installed and configured?
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Subject: [MarkLogic Dev General] Accessing a MarkLogic WebDav Server behindan Apache Web Server
Ok, I searched the discussion group for an answer to this question, but had little luck. There was a discussion back in January 2007 … but no resolution … the thread just stopped.
So, I’m curious if anyone has successfully accessed and MarkLogic WebDav Server via an Apache Web Server. I do this all of the time when accessing a MarkLogic HTTP Server, but now I have a need to do this for a WebDav Server. I have tried all different variants within Apache (RewriteRules, ProxyPass, etc.) but have had little luck. As far as I can tell the Apache Web Server is issuing a 405 (method not supported) on the PROPFIND. It doesn’t appear the request is ever getting to MarkLogic. So, I would agree that this is likely not a MarkLogic issue but am just curious if anyone else on this list has encountered the same problem and successfully configured Apache. If I connect ‘directly’ to the WebDav server (not going through Apache), then everything works fine … but, I don’t want to open a bunch of holes in my firewall so that is really not an option.
For my WebDav client, I’m using the Windows Network Places Explorer.
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