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Profile: brussell4
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Topic: PROPFIND error 404
Posted: Friday, March 27, 2009 2:04:42 PM

I'm trialling Schema Agent but have run into a problem:

I am serving up the schemas on my local machine for testing using Apache 2.2, and have mapped the schema locations to localhost using my hosts file, so that

http://<mydomain>/<mypath>/ gets resolved and can be opened in internet explorer, validated with xml spy etc.

My problem is that when I try and add a search path URL in Schema Agent for http://<mydomain>/<mypath>/, it does not find any servers. (URL and recursive are selected).

Also when I enter the URL in the Server URL field and click Browse, I get an error:

HTTP error: could not PROPFIND file '/<mypath>' on server '<mydomain>' (405).

What can I do to resolve this? Is there something I need to change in my Apache httpd.conf for Schema Agent?

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