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martin

iayestaran wrote:

could I get the developement version too? I have the same problem and I see you fixed it in version 5.18, which is still not available.

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iayestaran

Hi,
could I get the developement version too? I have the same problem and I see you fixed it in version 5.18, which is still not available.
Thanks
martin

Re: Bug 1876

gm wrote:

I am developing an application to run on National Instruments hardware running their WebDAV server. I've reviewed the discussions regarding bug 1876 and it certainly appears that this is same issue. I am not able to see files that contain a space character when contacting the remote target from WinSCP. Could you provide me with access to the 5.18 beta release? I'm hoping this will help me convince their tech support staff that this is an issue that needs fixing on their end. I've attached a log for reference in case it helps. Thanks in advance.

I'm sending you an email with a development version of WinSCP to the address you have used to register on this forum.
gm

Bug 1876

I am developing an application to run on National Instruments hardware running their WebDAV server. I've reviewed the discussions regarding bug 1876 and it certainly appears that this is same issue. I am not able to see files that contain a space character when contacting the remote target from WinSCP. Could you provide me with access to the 5.18 beta release? I'm hoping this will help me convince their tech support staff that this is an issue that needs fixing on their end. I've attached a log for reference in case it helps. Thanks in advance.
martin

Thanks for your feedback.
Can you upload such files successfully using any other WebDAV client?
dfousek

Hi Martin,
By enabling the "Tolerate non-encoded ..." option, I can see files, I wasn't able to do with last version.
However, when I tried to drag'n'drop a file with greek characters and spaces, the uploaded file name ended up with ????? (and the spaces in the correct places). But, I am not sure, if this is WinSCP issue or a National Instrument's problematic WebDAV server...
Bye,
Dimitri
martin

Re: Not all remote files are listed in a WebDAV connection

This issue has been added to the tracker:
https://winscp.net/tracker/1876

I'm sending you an email with a development version of WinSCP to the address you have used to register on this forum.
dfousek

Re: Not all remote files are listed in a WebDAV connection

Thanks Martin! I will forward your reply to National Instruments.
martin

Re: Not all remote files are listed in a WebDAV connection

Those are all files and folders with spaces in their name.

It's because the server encodes their URLs incorrectly.

A correct URL in the server response would be like:
<D:href>/files/u/This%20is%20the%20miniCORSAIR%20USB.txt</D:href>

While your server responds:
<D:href>/files/u/This is the miniCORSAIR USB.txt</D:href>
dfousek

Not all remote files are listed in a WebDAV connection

Martin, I am attaching you the logs and screen captures of two sessions (sftp and webdav).
Dimitri
martin

So what does it exactly mean "not showing correctly"?

Please attach a full session log file showing the problem (using the latest version of WinSCP).

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dfousek

Hi Martin,
It is a National Instruments DAQ device (CompactRIO series, running NI-Linux with opkg packages).
Win10's file explorer lists correctly files/folders, but has other issues e.g.: with cache, with dir contents refreshing, etc.
WinSCP was the 1st 'real' WebDAV to try....
Dimitri
martin

Re: Not all remote files are listed in a WebDAV connection

Can you see the files in any other real WebDAV client? What WebDAV server is that? I believe that Windows File Explorer use some tricks when connected to Microsoft servers.
dfousek

Not all remote files are listed in a WebDAV connection

Hi!
I have an issue with WebDAV remote folders not showing correctly with WinSCP, while showing correctly with Win10's file explorer. In Win10 I have already modified the necessary registry entry to increase the preset limit above 50MB.
Any ideas?
Dimitri