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From: Hartmut Warncke <hwarncke@Adobe.COM>
Date: Mon, 07 May 2001 11:19:06 +0200
Message-ID: <3AF6688A.35505819@adobe.com>
To: Lisa Dusseault <lisa@xythos.com>
CC: w3c-dist-auth@w3.org


> But I question whether it's needed.  Since not all servers return all
> RFC2518 properties in response to allprop (e.g. not returning
> DAV:lockdiscovery), and since obviously clients and servers across the globe
> aren't already broken, is any client relying on allprop for getting all
> properties?

GoLive 5 uses "PROPFIND ALLPROP" (with depth 0/1) for retrieving properties of
resources on the server; we are  *not*  using "ALLPROP" with "depth infinity"
(but - btw - we are using "PROPFIND PROP" with "depth infinity"). It should be
not a big deal for us to replace our "PROPFIND ALLPROP" with "PROPFIND PROP" in
future releases. Therefore - regarding future releases - it's not a big problem
for us if "ALLPROP" does not longer exist in the spec.

On the other hand:
GoLive 5 is using "ALLPROP" so - for compatiblity reasons - its  *very*
important that existing servers keep there support for "ALLPROP" for a while;
GoLive 5 relies on "ALLPROP" and  is  *not*  able to work with a server which
does not support "ALLPROP".

Best, Hartmut
Received on Monday, 7 May 2001 05:21:39 UTC

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