Does anyone have any suggestions on a good reliable WebDAV product for Vista 64bit? I can not get the one that is bundled with Vista to work. Every time I try to create a remote connection I get the following error message:
"The folder you entered does not appear to be valid"
I have run the Vista WebDAV patches:
I have also tried the following Hotfix:
Windows Vista WebDAV Hotfix
I have also tried to get various 3rd party packages working such as Independent DAV, BitKinex and WebDrive.
All of the WebDAV products seem to have problems with the Windows Vista 64 bit systems.
Is there any way to get Vista to use the Windows XP WebDAV "drivers"?
I am using both eXist and MarkLogic native XML databases.
Thanks - Dan
Wednesday, November 19, 2008
Wednesday, November 12, 2008
I have been learning how to use higher-order functions in XQuery. I am using the eXist system to test this. To do this you will need to get the 1.3 build that there is no download for (yet). Here are the steps I used:
- Download fresh copy of eXist from svn via TortoiseSVN or Eclipse subversion subclipse plugin from the eXist SVN sourceforge repository:
- (Confirm environmental variables are set correctly for JAVA_HOME and EXIST_HOME) To do this I use the Windows/Computer/Properties/Advanced Settings and check it with the SET command at the CMD prompt. The result looks like this:
JAVA_HOME=C:\Program Files\Java\jdk1.6.0_10My Eclipse workspace is just "C:\ws" and I created a project called eXist-1.3 so the path name I used for EXIST_HOME is:
- Open the DOS cmd prompt, cd to eXist directory
- type in "build.bat"
- Type in "build.bat -f build\scripts\jarsigner.xml"