Last post Dec 16, 2010 01:47 AM by sivaprakash_2082
Apr 01, 2010 09:42 AM|ramzg|LINK
Hi, I have been using an open source WebDAV framework named "Sphorium" for quite some time to talk to my data repository.. I have been using Cassini web server to host my WebDAV server module and everything was working just fine if I map the server as a
web folder in my system. However, i found that Cassini web server does not support "https". So, I started looking out for deploying my WebDAV server application in IIS.. So I built a website in ASP .Net which talks to the Sphorium WebDAV module and authorizes
the user. And when I run my website using the VS Debugger, it gets hosted on the ASP .Net development web server, prompts for the credentials and works just fine. However, if I publish my web app and try to host in in IIS, and try to browse, it prompts me
for the password for 3 times and finally says "Unauthorized"...
Could someone pls throw some light on how I can use IIS in this case? Do I have to give any permissions?
Apr 01, 2010 10:02 AMemail@example.com|LINK
There is nothing special related to IIS for this, but you need to understand that IIS runs under the context of the ASP.NET process account while the Cassini server runs under the context of the logged in user. Permissions must be set according to the user
Jun 03, 2010 02:56 PM|tomina|LINK
Please, could you be so kind and send some info about using this sphorium webdav server? I need to do the same. => I need to save webdav files in a database. Thank you Tom
Dec 16, 2010 01:47 AM|sivaprakash_2082|LINK
Were you able to implement Sphorium in IIS server ? Is so please share the steps that you had followed because I also stuck.