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PDF Collaboration: WebDAV In Action – Signatures & Forms

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When Acrobat 5 was released, online digital signatures were presented as an
integral part of a collaborative PDF workflow. We assumed, erroneously,
that these would be handled in the same manner as online comments — via
shared folders or WebDAV. Instead, we learned that online signatures had
to be implemented in a more cumbersome way, which unfortunately we were
unable to test.

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PDF Collaboration: WebDAV In Action – Installation and Setup of WebDAV

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In general, a WebDAV server has modest hardware requirements. A Pentium
or PowerPC-based system with at least 128 MB RAM and 4GB disk space is
sufficient for the Acrobat workflow we tested. WebDAV can be installed
on most modern server operating systems, including Windows NT Server,
Windows 2000 Professional, OS X and Linux. An optimum configuration was
achieved, in our opinion, was achieved by using Red Hat Linux, Apache
and the WebDAV Extension.

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PDF Collaboration: WebDAV In Action – Installation and Setup of WebDAV

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In general, a WebDAV server has modest hardware requirements. A Pentium
or PowerPC-based system with at least 128 MB RAM and 4GB disk space is
sufficient for the Acrobat workflow we tested. WebDAV can be installed
on most modern server operating systems, including Windows NT Server,
Windows 2000 Professional, OS X and Linux. An optimum configuration was
achieved, in our opinion, was achieved by using Red Hat Linux, Apache
and the WebDAV Extension.

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PDF Collaboration: WebDAV In Action – The HTML Communications Standard

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Before
we can share PDF files on the Web, we must first find a way to get them
there. Despite promises in numerous marketing brochures, putting data
online is not often an easy matter. Absent any support from CGI scripts,
the online data must usually be uploaded to the Web server using an FTP
application; the normal browser will not suffice.

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