What is WebDAV?
WebDAV (Web-based Distributed Authoring and Versioning) is a set of extensions to HTTP/1.1. It is an open, published standard that allows you to edit documents on a remote web server.
WebDAV supports the following features:
Editing: Create, update, and delete
Properties: Store metadata such as
titles, author names, and publication dates. You can set, delete, and
retrieve these metadata.
Collections: Group resources into
collections that are organized like a file system, similar to a
directory or desktop folder.
- Locking: Prevent others from editing the same content you're working on in WebDAV. The duration of the locks is independent of any individual network connection.
For more, see WebDAV Resources.
Last modified on December 03, 2013.