Davenport is a Java Servlet-based application providing WebDAV access to an entire SMB network. This enables users to connect to Windows and Samba shares via WebDAV clients such as Mac OS X, Windows Web Folders, etc. or any Web browser. Workgroups are browseable, and users are authenticated against a domain. WebDAV clients can upload, download, create directories, etc. Non-WebDAV clients (i.e., "normal" Web browsers) can also access the network of shares and download files. When run over HTTPS, this application provides a reasonably secure means of accessing an internal Windows/Samba network over the Internet without requiring a VPN.
|Tags||Internet Web Filesystems Desktop Environment File Managers|
|Operating Systems||OS Independent|
Release Notes: This release updates the bundled jCIFS to version 1.2.13 and Jetty to version 4.2.27. It adds support for GZIP and Deflate compression.
Release Notes: This release introduced support for WebDAV locking (WebDAV compliance class 2), fixed XML vulnerabilities, and overhauled the distribution layout.
Release Notes: This releae fixes session storage of non-serializable objects. It adds support for URL rewriting based on a context base. It adds per-server authentication caching. It disables the closing of HTTP connections upon request for authentication. It adds support for pluggable error handlers, support for pluggable logging, the ability to specify anonymous credentials, and a file filter framework. It also updates the bundled jCIFS to version 0.9.2.
Release Notes: This version fixes a bug introduced in 0.9.8 (observed against Windows 2000 and Gnome Nautilus clients).
Release Notes: A bug involving redirects for directories not ending in "/" has been fixed, as well as various bugs involving incorrect WebDAV properties. There is additional localization support.