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Dieter Maurer wrote:
> Charlie Clark wrote at 2007-3-27 13:28 +0200:
>> having made my own content type which is derived from Document with  
>> three additional attributes, I've moved onto the exciting world of  
>> editing content via webDAV. It seems some methods have to be extended/ 
>> overwritten for this to work so I have added customised versions of  
>> the following
>> getMetadataHeaders() # Document.py
>> setMetadata() # Document.py
>> getMetadataHeaders() # DublinCore.py
>> _editMetaData() # DublinCore.py
>>
>> Is this a correct assumption?
> 
> I would be quite surprised if these methods had much to do
> with WebDAV editing. Instead, I would look for "PROPPATCH"
> (and how it is implemented).

The methods Charlie lays out are used to "crack" metadata from the body
of a content object (Document, NewsItem, Event) during a PUT.  PROPPATCH
would indeed be the way to modify the values without re-uploading the body.


Tres.
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