[owncloud-devel] WebDAV problem

Damjan Gerl damjan at damjan.net
Fri Feb 14 00:04:47 MET 2014

13.02.2014 - 9:49 - Klaas Freitag:
> This one is indeed something that could be discussed on the devel list 
> as there seems to be something fishy with the way we handle the 
> Content-Type header.
> I think the Content-Type header should not prevent the server from 
> accepting a PUT, but we have had related issues in the past, see
> https://github.com/owncloud/mirall/issues/1124
> I fixed that by actually adding the Content-Type to the PUT request. 
> Not sure if that helps you out here, but it might be a hint.
> Of course a bug report can not harm, I am not sure if Evert, who is 
> the master of the WebDAV implementation, reads the list.
> regards,
> Klaas

Thank you for consideration! Also if I temporarily resolve the problem I 
will be happy if this "bug" can be resolved in OwnCloud. I will do a bug 

Damjan G.

>> Thanks! :)
>> On Feb 13, 2014 12:19 AM, Damjan Gerl <damjan at damjan.net> wrote:
>>> This text I write some months ago to the ouncloud forum, but have
>>> receive a response to try to post the question to the developers, so 
>>> I'm
>>> here:
>>> -------------------
>>> Hi to all! I have recently discovered ownCloud and install it on a web
>>> server (of my domain with linux/apache hosted by aruba.it). All 
>>> works ok
>>> and then I try to configure a WebDAV plugin on my home pc win program
>>> TotalCommander to send/receive files. Here I find a problem on sending
>>> files that don't work: every PUT command return a error "501 Not
>>> Implemented". After some discussion/testing with TotalCommander plugin
>>> users/developers and after testing that with OwnCloud own client work
>>> ok, but with another WebDAV prog CarotDAV have the same problem we
>>> sorted the problem in "that my server doesn't like Content-Type 
>>> header".
>>> After installing a modified version of plugin that don't use
>>> content-type all work ok. And here is my question: is this a known
>>> problem, or maybe a bug or maybe also a problem of my server
>>> (configuration etc.)? What can I do to solve the problem on "server"?
>>> Here [0] it is the link to TotalCommander forum with discussion on this
>>> problem. I have owncloud 5.0.10 php 5.3.27 on an apache/linux server.
>>> -------------------
>>> I have recently installed the last version of oc 6.0.1 and the problem
>>> is the same. Can this problem be managed in ownCloud?
>>> Thank you!
>>> Damjan G.
>>> [0] http://ghisler.ch/board/viewtopic.php?p=272593

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