- WebDav plugin
This WebDav plugin is mainly a POC (proof of concept) for accessing files and documents using WebDav protocol.
This plugin is a fork of this existing railsdav plugin (railsdav) with some modifications to make it run with REDMINE.
- webdav access to a project is done using an url like http://myserver/redmine/webdav
- the plugin allows you to see folders with the following structure:
project1 + documents | + title_document1 | | + file1 | | + file2 | | | + title_document2 | + file1 | + file2 | + files | + file1 (with no version) | + file2 (with no version) | + Version1 | | + file1 | | + file2 | | | + Version2 | + file1 | + file2 | + subversion + branches + tags + trunk project2 + documents + files project3 + documents + subversion
- plugin is using REDMINE permissions (:view_files, :manage_files, :view_documents and :manage_documents) to grant access to files and folders/documents
- plugin allows you all files operations (create, delete, rename, move and copy)
- plugin allows you to create documents (just create a folder inside documents folder) but version creation is not allowed
- plugin allows repository access through WEBDAV (Read/Write for subversion and filesystem SCM if repositories are on the redmine server, Read only for all others SCM supported in REDMINE)
- folder names used (ie: files/documents/subversion in the example) can be changed through per project settings
WEBDAV is using basic HTTP authentication which is not supported in REDMINE core (at least in 0.9.5). A workaround is to use this very nice plugin redmine_http_auth in conjunction with Apache and RedmineAdvanced.pm (located in redmine_webdav/extra/svn)About subversion support:
To commit changes in Subversion, the plugin opens the repository with the file protocol. For this reason, you need the following:
- The repositories have to be installed on the REDMINE server.
- Plugin will replace the beginning of your repository location ([protocol]://[server]/) with "file:///svnroot/". You may need to create a symbolic link /svnroot for this to work...
1. Install plugin into vendor/plugins¶If you want to install redmine_http_auth, run the following command from your redmine directory:
- ruby script/plugin install http://github.com/AdamLantos/redmine_http_auth.git
- ruby script/plugin install http://github.com/amartel/redmine_webdav.git
- rake db:migrate_plugins RAILS_ENV="production"
2. Get the required gems¶<a href="http://github.com/stueccles/railsdav">Railsdav</a> needs these 2 plugins:
- sudo gem install unicode
- sudo gem install shared-mime-info
3. Configure your web server¶Assuming you are using RHEL5/CentOS5:
- Copy redmine_webdav/extra/svn/RedmineAdavanced.pm in /etc/httpd/Apache/Authn
- Create the file /etc/httpd/conf.d/redmine_webdav.conf
Allow from 127.0.0.1
4. Restart your web server¶
5. Configure REDMINE with your web browser¶
If everything is OK, you should see both plugins (WebDav and HTTP authentication) in the plugin list (Administration -> Plugins)
New permissions are now available and you have to assign them to the roles you need
6. Set up your project¶
Don't forget to activate the webdav module in the projects where you want to access files over WevDav
7. Use webdav to manage files and documents¶
You have to use a WebDav client in order to use the plugin.For MacOSX (webdav access is natively supported):
- Open the finder and choose "Go to -> Connect to server..."
- enter http://myserver/redmine/webdav as the url of the server
- enter your credentials (login/password)
- You're in
- menu Places -> Connect to Server...
- Service type: WebDAV (HTTP)
- Server: myserver
- Folder: /redmine/webdav
- Click Connect
- Open My Network Places.
- Double-click Add Network Place.
- Click Next twice, then type http://myserver/redmine/webdav
- Click Next
- enter your credentials (login/password)
- Click Finish
Original author's README:¶
Railsdav (WebDAV for Ruby On Rails) ===================================
THIS IS A MODIFIED VERSION OF THE ORIGINAL Railsdav, created by Marcello Nuccio. I have done it because I was not able to make to use the original one.
READ COMMENTS IN lib/acts_as_webdav.rb TO START!
Railsdav is a plugin which allows for custom WebDAV controllers to be added to a Ruby On Rails application to expose functionality as filesystems to WebDAV clients such as Mac OS X Finder, Windows Network Places, Dreamweaver etc.
Railsdav requires the following gems in addition to rails
- unicode (gem install unicode)
- shared-mime-info (gem install shared-mime-info)
Railsdav was created by Stuart Eccles (http://www.liverail.net/). I'd like to thank the following people for assisting with Railsdav
- Albert Ramstedt who contributed bug fixes for a variety of code issues and helped with re-structuring the plugin
- Alex MacCaw
- Fabien Franzen
0.2 : 2010-10-05
new: add lock (contribution from Xabier Elkano)
0.1.3 : 2010-08-26
fixed: add better support to Windows XP + MSOffice XP (thanks to Xabier Elkano)
fixed: urls in PROPFIND responses are now encoded (for multi-bytes charset support)
fixed: copy directory is now recursive (filesystem SCM)
- fixed: Read/Write access from MSOffice
- new: support WRITE operations for filesystem SCM
0.1.0 : 2010-07-23
Minor evolution with refactoring...
- new: add repository access through WEBDAV (Read/Write for subversion if repositories are on the redmine server, Read only for all others supported SCM)
- new: settings per project with new permission (manage WEBDAV)
0.0.1 : 2010-07-06