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  • ODS.ODSWebIDIdPVSPModify(Last) -- DAVWikiAdmin? , 2017-06-13 06:05:30 Edit WebDAV System Administrator 2017-06-13 02:05:30

    VSP pages modification notes

    The VSP pages can be tested/used both in case they are located in OS file system / or DAV.

    By default the ODS Framework package installation creates 2 additional folders:

    1. OS file system type folder: vsp\vad\vsp\wa\webid.
    2. Virtual folder: /ods/webid, which is mapped to the vsp\vad\vsp\wa\webid folder from above.

    Scenario 1

    In case you want to add your own VSP page, you need to add it to the existing OS file system type folder vsp\vad\vsp\wa\webid / or to any DAV location. If you choose a DAV location, make sure you create a new virtual folder that is mapped to this DAV location. For ex.:
    1. Suppose your new VSP page is named mytest.vsp and you have placed it in DAV location /DAV/home/demo:



    2. To create a virtual folder for ex. with name mytest, go to Conductor -> Web Application Server -> Virtual Domains & Directories and expand the UI for your lets say Default Web Site:



    3. Click "New Directory"



    4. Specify type: "WebDAV? domain":



    5. Click "Next"
    6. In the presented form specify:
      • Path: /mytest
      • Check-box "Physical path is a WebDAV? repository" should be hatched.
      • Physical path: /DAV/home/demo/



    7. Click "Save Changes".
    8. Access your VSP page with the new created path: http://host:port/mytest/mytest.vsp
    9. After choosing a valid certificate, your modified VSP page should be presented:



    Scenario 2

    In case you want to use another path for accessing your VSP page, different from the default virtual folder /ods/webid, you need to create a new virtual folder which is mapped to the OS file system type folder vsp\vad\vsp\wa\webid.

    1. Suppose the VSP page webid_demo.vsp is located at your OS file system vsp\vad\vsp\wa\webid folder.
    2. To create a new virtual folder, for ex. fstest go to Conductor -> Web Application Server -> Virtual Domains & Directories and expand the UI for your lets say Default Web Site:



    3. Click "New Directory"



    4. Specify type: "File system":



    5. Click "Next"
    6. In the presented form specify:
      • Path: /fstest
      • Check-box "Physical path is a WebDAV? repository" should be un-hatched.
      • Physical path: /vad/vsp/wa/webid



    7. Click "Save Changes".
    8. Access the VSP page with the new created path: http://host:port/fstest/webid_demo.vsp
    9. After choosing a valid certificate, the VSP page should be presented:



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