Corpus ID: 53937929
Versioning Extensions to WebDAV
J. Amsden, David G. Durand, +4 authors Bruce Cragun
Published 1999
Computer Science

No Paper Link Available
Share This Paper




55 Citations
Highly Influential Citations
3
Background Citations
20
Methods Citations
11
Topics from this paper
WebDAV
55 Citations
Extending WebDAV With Multiple-Granularity Locking
C. Papadopoulos
Computer Science
IEEE Transactions on Systems, Man, and Cybernetics - Part A: Systems and Humans
2008
TLDR
A multiple-granularity locking protocol, in which the locks are optional and they convey the meanings of access mode, locking scope, and locking effect, which allows synchronous collaboration by guaranteeing a conflict-free environment and avoiding update loss while it also supports version control.Expand
2 Citations
How to implement Web-based groupware systems based on WebDAV
F. Dridi, G. Neumann
Computer Science
Proceedings. IEEE 8th International Workshops on Enabling Technologies: Infrastructure for Collaborative Enterprises (WET ICE'99)
1999
TLDR
This paper presents a generic approach for implementing WebDAV based applications by extending HTML forms to provide direct access to the protocol methods and the header fields from within a Web browser. Expand
Software- und Kriterienkatalog zu RAfEG - Referenzarchitektur für E-Government
Daniel Beer, S. Höhne, G. Rünger, M. Voigt
Political Science
2005
Das RAfEG-Projekt (Referenzarchitektur für E-Government) hat eine Softwarearchitektur zur Unterstützung der elektronischen Abbildung von öffentlichen Verwaltungsdienstleistungen zum Ziel, wobeiExpand
Computer Networks '2015
J. Schonwalder
Computer Science
2015
1 Citation
The Web as an Interface to the Physical World : Real-time Search and Development Support: Real-time Search and Development Support
Andreas Ostermaier
Engineering
2015
Connecting our physical world to the Internet is the ambitious vision of the Internet of Things. Embedding sensors and actuators into arbitrary “things” and connecting them to the Internet enables… Expand
PDF
Computer Networks '2014
J. Schonwalder
Computer Science
2014
Evolutionary Tree-Structured Storage: Concepts, Interfaces, and Applications
Marc Kramis
Computer Science
2014
TLDR
This work shows, using the example of treestructured XML, that the characteristics and advantages of the evolutionary approach have been recognized and consistently implemented – something, which on its own is an important achievement.Expand
Support for Various HTTP Methods on the Web
Sawood Alam, C. Cartledge, Michael L. Nelson
Computer Science
ArXiv

2014
TLDR
This work examines how well various HTTP methods are supported by public web services by sampling 40,870 live URIs from the DMOZ collection and found that about 55% URIs claim support (in the Allow header) for GET andPOST methods, but less than 2% of the URI claim support for one ormore of PUT, PATCH, or DELETE methods. Expand
7 Citations
PDF
Computer Networks '2013
J. Schonwalder
Computer Science
2013
5 Citations
Management of the Access Control for a WebDAV-based Collaborative System
Seong-Hune Kim, Hong-Chang Lee, Myung-Joon Lee, Yang-Su Park
Computer Science
2010
TLDR
A technique for managing access control over WebDAV resources through the WebDAv Access Control Protocol is introduced and the development of an access control manager for the CoSlide Collaborative system based on the technique is described. Expand
...
1
2
3
4
...
Related Papers
HTTP Extensions for Web Distributed Authoring and Versioning (WebDAV)
L. Dusseault
Computer Science
RFC

2007
WebDAV consists of a set of methods, headers, and content-types ancillary to HTTP/1.1 for the management of resource pro...
103 Citations
Versioning Extensions to WebDAV (Web Distributed Authoring and Versioning)
G. Clemm, J. Amsden, Tim Ellison, Chris Kaler, E. J. Whitehead
Computer Science
RFC

2002
This document specifies a set of methods, headers, and resource types that define the WebDAV (Web Distributed Authoring ...
47 Citations
Show More
2/10
Abstract
Topics
55 Citations
Related Papers
Stay Connected With Semantic Scholar
What Is Semantic Scholar?
Semantic Scholar is a free, AI-powered research tool for scientific literature, based at the Allen Institute for AI.
Learn More
About
About Us
Publishers
Beta Program
Contact
Research
Team
Datasets
Open Corpus
Supp.ai
Resources
Librarians
Tutorials
FAQ
API
Proudly built by AI2
Terms of ServicePrivacy Policy
By clicking accept or continuing to use the site, you agree to the terms outlined in our Privacy Policy, Terms of Service, and Dataset License
ACCEPT & CONTINUE