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Transporting KM Content with WebDAV or ICE?

Hello all,

does anybody know what are the main differences between transporting KM content (folders, files,…) with ICE and WebDAV? Especially in the scope of transmitted data.

About transporting KM Content with ICE I found a lot of Information, e.g. predefined properties and ACL’s are transmitted but no service ACL,….

But how is it with WebDAV?

Our idea is to to use the WebDAV repository manager to access the development portal (source)and make its content available for read and write access in Content Management of the test portal (destination). After that we want to transmit the data per copy & paste from the WebDAV repository (source) to the destination folder.

Which datas will be transported <i>(acl’s, predefined properties, custom properties, system properties and folder settings like approval,versioning, manual ordering…..)</i>?

Is there any documentation about this?

Thanks in advance for any help.

Best regards


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    Posted on Oct 05, 2005 at 11:01 AM

    That's not really a WebDAV question. The KM's copy command copies a certain set of information, no matter what the repository manager is.

    This includes content and custom properties, but that's it.

    Best regards, Julian

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