The object name of a Fabasoft Folio object on the user’s desktop specifies the name for the created resource in the WebDAV resource. Within a web folder the resource names are key values and hence must be unique.
In Fabasoft software products objects can be of the same name. When using web folders you should try to apply a name only to one object of a certain class. Otherwise a collision will occur.
Fabasoft Component objects without a name cannot be displayed correctly in the WebDAV resource because there is no name for the created resource. When using web folders you should try to avoid objects without a name on the user’s desktop.
The Nautilus client on Ubuntu has troubles by creating and opening documents and folders on WebDAV resources located on an Apache web server. In this case Fabasoft Folio can be accessed by mounting the root URL (http://<webserver>/<vdir>/webdav) with the option davfs as follows:
sudo mount –t davfs http://<webserver>/<vdir>/webdav <local directory> -o uid=<local user>
sudo mount –t davfs http://folioserver/fsc/webdav ~/foliowebdav -o uid=foliouser
Note: Due to synchronization issues, the davfs2 delay_upload option has to be set to 0 in /etc/davfs2/davfs2.conf.
When working with Microsoft Windows 7 you may experience longer than expected delays. To solve this problem consult: http://support.microsoft.com/kb/2445570: new window
Windows Server 2019 in combination with Windows Authentication can lead to errors, for example when uploading a file. The errors can be worked around by deactivating Windows Authentication in the Internet Information Services (IIS) Manager.