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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 files.
  • 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.

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Last modified on 2018-01-18 14:21:32.