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Compliance

The requirements for a WebDAV protocol implementation are defined by RFC 2518.

DavCache currently supports the basic WebDAV features that allow you to use JBossCache like a filesystem, i.e.

  • create and delete files and directories (PUT, MKCOL, DELETE)
  • list directory content (PROPFIND, ContentLength, ContentType and LastModified properties)
  • copy and move files and directories (COPY, MOVE)

 

Compared to the specification, the current limitations of DavCache are

  • only the basic file properties are supported; setting/updating custom properties is not allowed
  • LOCKing of resources ("Class 2" compliance) is not implemented

 

Litmus is a WebDAV server protocol compliance test suite. Here are the results of running litmus against DavCache:

 

	


    -> running `basic':
 0. init.................. pass
 1. begin................. pass
 2. options............... WARNING: server does not claim Class 2 compliance
    ...................... pass (with 1 warning)
 3. put_get............... pass
 4. put_get_utf8_segment.. pass
 5. mkcol_over_plain...... pass
 6. delete................ pass
 7. delete_null........... pass
 8. delete_fragment....... pass
 9. mkcol................. pass
10. mkcol_again........... pass
11. delete_coll........... pass
12. mkcol_no_parent....... pass
13. mkcol_with_body....... pass
14. finish................ pass
<- summary for `basic': of 15 tests run: 15 passed, 0 failed. 100.0%
-> 1 warning was issued.

-> running `copymove':
 0. init.................. pass
 1. begin................. pass
 2. copy_init............. pass
 3. copy_simple........... pass
 4. copy_overwrite........ pass
 5. copy_nodestcoll....... pass
 6. copy_cleanup.......... pass
 7. copy_coll............. pass
 8. move.................. pass
 9. move_coll............. pass
10. move_cleanup.......... pass
11. finish................ pass
<- summary for `copymove': of 12 tests run: 12 passed, 0 failed. 100.0%

-> running `props':
 0. init.................. pass
 1. begin................. pass
 2. propfind_invalid...... pass
 3. propfind_invalid2..... pass
 4. propfind_d0........... pass
 5. propinit.............. pass
 6. propset............... FAIL (PROPPATCH on `/davcache/litmus/prop': /davcache/litmus/prop: 409 Conflict  -> All properties are read-only. )
 7. propget............... SKIPPED
 8. propextended.......... pass
 9. propmove.............. SKIPPED
10. propget............... SKIPPED
11. propdeletes........... SKIPPED
12. propget............... SKIPPED
13. propreplace........... SKIPPED
14. propget............... SKIPPED
15. propnullns............ SKIPPED
16. propget............... SKIPPED
17. prophighunicode....... SKIPPED
18. propget............... SKIPPED
19. propvalnspace......... SKIPPED
20. propwformed........... pass
21. propinit.............. pass
22. propmanyns............ FAIL (PROPPATCH on `/davcache/litmus/prop': /davcache/litmus/prop: 409 Conflict  -> All properties are read-only. )
23. propget............... FAIL (No value given for property {kappa}somename)
24. propcleanup........... pass
25. finish................ pass
-> 12 tests were skipped.
<- summary for `props': of 14 tests run: 11 passed, 3 failed. 78.6%

-> running `locks':
 0. init.................. pass
 1. begin................. pass
 2. options............... WARNING: server does not claim Class 2 compliance
    ...................... pass (with 1 warning)
 3. precond............... SKIPPED (locking tests skipped,
server does not claim Class 2 compliance)
-> 1 test was skipped.
<- summary for `locks': of 3 tests run: 3 passed, 0 failed. 100.0%
-> 1 warning was issued.

-> running `http':
 0. init.................. pass
 1. begin................. pass
 2. expect100............. pass
 3. finish................ pass
<- summary for `http': of 4 tests run: 4 passed, 0 failed. 100.0%

 
 


         

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