On 06/12/05, David Bear <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
> I have a zope instance listening on localhost. I use apache and fastcgi to
> reach zope. Now I would like to provide webdav. Since my apache is already
> doing ssl, I wanted webdav connections to also go through apache.
>  when I use cadaver and connect to my zope zope through apache, all works
> well even though I have specified in my zope.conf file that  webdav listen
> on localhost:8088 (it seems that cadaver is smart enough working through the
> fastcgi interface to just work).
>  When attempting to using dreamweaver mx or windows webfolders to connect to
> zope I get an error.
>  So I attempted to use an apache proxy pass directive to campture all urls
> at myzopeserver.edu:8088/webdav back to localhost:8088. This had no effect.
> cadaver was still able to work. Dreamweaver (using webdav site setup) and
> windows webfolders still failed.
>  What deep magic do I need to make dav work through apache? ( would prefer
> to have all things go through fastcgi but I understand the trend is to use
> proxy-pass )

I just got this working myself, although I am using apache as a proxy,
not fastcgi.  If you already have ssl working with apache and can
access zope through apache without ssl, it shouldn't be difficult.

The main thing is to add a virtual host in your apache config for SSL
and modify the rewrite line to use https:.  I found the following
document helpful:


It uses FastCGI, so it should more closely match your setup than mine

Take care, eh.
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