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Title : WebDAV Access Control Protocol
Author(s) : G. Clemm et al.
Filename : draft-ietf-webdav-acl-11.txt
Pages : 59
Date : 2003-9-18
This document specifies a set of methods, headers, message bodies,
properties, and reports that define Access Control extensions to the
WebDAV Distributed Authoring Protocol. This protocol permits a client
to read and modify access control lists that instruct a server whether
to allow or deny operations upon a resource (such as HyperText Transfer
Protocol (HTTP) method invocations) by a given principal. A lightweight
representation of principals as Web resources supports integration of a
wide range of user management repositories. Search operations allow
discovery and manipulation of principals using human names.
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Versioning (WebDAV) working group of the Internet Engineering Task
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