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WebDAV with PhpED

Weppa333

Active member
#1
Hello,

I'm trying to set up WebDAV on XF with NuSphere's PhpED.

Problem is, phped want a "directory" as webdav source, not a filename
( eg mysite.com/webdavstuff/ and it does not accept mysite.com/webdav.php )

Did anyone successfully set up PhpED with XF's webdav ? Am I stupid indeed ? :)

thanks for your help
 

Weppa333

Active member
#6
It absolutely does not work over here :(

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(phpEd 8.1 rev 8111 - maybe it's a bug ?
I did not renew my licence so I'm a bit stuck at this one as I cannot download phped 9.0 :)
And no this is not a pirate copy I swear to god. )
 

Weppa333

Active member
#9
And it perfectly works in debug mode :)
Chris thank you, you spared me my licence renewal from PhpED :)

The error message from phped made me think this was a directory problem.
 

gldtn

Well-known member
#12
Just to note for anyone reading this thread in the future, that same error from PhpED can result from using nginx without the following rule:

Code:
rewrite ^/admindav.php /admindav.php;
Do you know if this is the same case for ForkLift and/or Transmit?

I keep on getting 404 error when I use /xenforo/admindav.php or /xenforo/admindav.php/Public_Templates

Also if my xenforo installation is not on root, should it still be the same rewrite or
rewrite ^/admindav.php /xenforo/admindav.php; ?

Thnaks
 

Luke F

Well-known member
#13
Do you know if this is the same case for ForkLift and/or Transmit?

I keep on getting 404 error when I use /xenforo/admindav.php or /xenforo/admindav.php/Public_Templates

Also if my xenforo installation is not on root, should it still be the same rewrite or
rewrite ^/admindav.php /xenforo/admindav.php; ?

Thnaks
Yes it will be the same for any webdav client

For subfolder 'xenforo', it would be:

rewrite ^/xenforo/admindav.php /xenforo/admindav.php;