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RE: Web Service Support (SOAP/WSDL)

From: Gideon de Swardt <gdeswardt_at_gmail.com>
Date: 2005-07-04 13:48:27 CEST

Thanks for the tip.

My post is not just about getting WebDAV working via a proxy but the main
point of my post was to extend Subversion to give end-users and third party
software developers more freedom of choice and at the same time extend the
subversions supported web server platforms.

Gideon de Swardt

-----Original Message-----
From: John Peacock [mailto:jpeacock@rowman.com]
Sent: Monday, July 04, 2005 12:41 PM
To: Gideon de Swardt
Cc: dev@subversion.tigris.org
Subject: Re: Web Service Support (SOAP/WSDL)

Gideon de Swardt wrote:
> The biggest problem with WebDAV is that some of our Clients have
> internal proxy servers that do not support webdav, and therefore they
> can not access the source library without upgrading their proxy server
> software. This is not always an option that their internal network and
> security administrators are comfortable with.

Run https:// instead of http://, and you'll bypass the proxy server
thus making WebDAV work just fine. The only time this workaround isn't
is the very small number of sites which block https:// traffic (yes, stupid
know, but not unheard of). Those sites may be able to use svn+ssh://
but if they are blocking secure traffic of one kind (as a simpleminded
measure possibly), then they are likely to block others.

See also this discussion:




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