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Tomcat, JSP, and WebDAV

  • Alexander Nakhimovsky
  • Tom Myers

Abstract

Community-oriented Web Services for sharing or jointly authoring documents, such as blogs, RSS, and Wikis are becoming an increasingly important part of the Internet. These and other collaborative technologies are improving every day, but they still need greater standardization. Underneath reasonably uniform functionality, they are implemented in vastly different ways that are difficult to exchange or extend. The closest thing to a standard protocol for distributed authoring is WebDAV, an IETF-sponsored set of extensions to HTTP. In this chapter, we will develop aWebDAV-based community Web Service/client.

Keywords

Configuration File Java Code Security Constraint Text Node Public Void 
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© Alexander Nakhimovsky and Tom Myers 2004

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  • Alexander Nakhimovsky
  • Tom Myers

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