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Re: PROPPATCH question (setlastmodified)

From: Tobias Giesen <tobias@tgtools.de>
Date: Mon, 11 Jun 2007 21:37:14 +0200
To: w3c-dist-auth@w3.org
Message-Id: <20070611213457.D5C5.TOBIAS@tgtools.de>

Hello,

many thanks for the replies!

I will investigate this issue further. I am surprised that WebDAV-
related companies know so little about what I call "synchronizing".

People nowadays want to synchronize everything. That means they want
to upload files and have the exact same dates on the server that these
files have on their hard disk. If they upload a file last modified in
2002, then it should say 2002 on the server too.

My company makes and sells Super Flexible File Synchronizer, and
customers want true synchronization including the timestamp. A file
without the original timestamp is not an exact sync and causes lots
of problems.

Kind Regards,
Tobias Giesen

Super Flexible Software Ltd. & Co. KG
Lessingstr. 42
48485 Neuenkirchen, Germany
www.superflexible.com
www.tgtools.com

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