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Michael Dexter wrote:

> It appears that Apache and IIS put both HTTP and WebDAV/HTTP traffic
> over the same port. Can Zope do the same? Why? Why not?

You *can* do WebDAV over the normal HTTP port -- it works a treat for
non-code-like objects (images, files, etc.) but is problematic for
objects whose rendering is more than just the bits stored on the object,
e.g. scripts, templates.  DAV isn't terribly useful for the rendered
output of those objects;  the "WebDAV source port" allows you to perform
DAV operations against the *unrendered* source of the script / template.


Tres.
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