WEBDAV - ASP, I am Struck!!
I am trying to read the folder list from another system which is in another domain using WEBDAV.
It works fine in my local system. But when I uploaded the files in the test/production server which are having valid domain address like www.mywebsite.com , it gives the following error in the line,
The error returned is
"Object or data matching the name, range, or selection criteria was not found within the scope of this operation. "
In my test server the error returned is different which is
"Microsoft OLE DB Provider for Internet Publishing error '80004005'
Unspecified error "
but it is the same line
which causes this error.
My requirement is simple.. I have to list the tree style folder structure contained in another machine using ASP.
please help. Any Idea!!
Below is my complete code ,
Set recRoot = Server.CreateObject ("ADODB.Record")
Set rsChildren = recRoot.GetChildren
Do Until rsChildren.EOF
Response.Write rsChildren("RESOURCE_PARSENAME") & "<BR>"
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I tried to read the server's local folder like URL=http://localhost/myfolder,
it gives the same error. I checked the permissions , all seems to be OK. All listed user accounts have read,list folder permissions given.
Directory browsing too enabled. I can browse the same directory via IIS Directory browsing.
Is WEBDAV Internet publishing limited to IIS version?
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