On Wed, Dec 13, 2000 at 01:25:15PM -0500, Todd Coram wrote:
> > Is anybody using the combination Dreamweaver 4 WebDAV Zope already?
> > A connection was easy to make. At the moment i want to put or get
> > something "access to
> > the desired resource is denied by the server". I checked my
> > password, i have the correct
> > rights, and it is working more or less fine on ftp.
> There seems to be Dreamweaver 4 WebDAV issues in general (a quick look at
> news:macromedia.dreamweaver suggests that).
> I have not been able to get Dreamweaver 4 to PUT data into Zope via WebDAV.
> GoLive works fine. Cadaver works fine, etc. I looked at the HTTP header (for
> PUT) that Dreamweaver sends and it seems to lack a HTTP_AUTHORIZATION entry.
> My username and password was entered in Dreamweaver's "Define site"/"Remote
> info"/access:WebDAV" panel. But, Dreamweaver doesn't seem to want to send
Dreamweaver 4 WebDAV has the following issues (confirmed with their
- Dreamweaver searches for a WWW-Authenticate header case-sensitively (not
compliant with HTTP RFC), and therefor misses the one sent by Zope. It
therefor cannot do any operation for which authentication is required.
- Dreamweaver sends a malformed host header; it sends the IP number, not
the DNS name (again, in conflict with the RFC). Also, when using a
non-standard port (ie other than 80), it will send a non-sensical port
number in the header (My 'www' server, port 50080 becomes 'Host:
Also, Dreamweaver 4 has no support for XHTML, whatsoever. It will even
rewrite correct XHTML in such a way it isn't valid XML anymore.
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