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WebDAV: Next-Generation Collaborative Web Authoring by Lisa Dusseault

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Appendix B. HTTP Status Codes

All response status codes used and defined by WebDAV are listed here. Many of the HTTP/1.1 codes are used as is by WebDAV without attaching any additional meaning. For completeness, all HTTP/1.1 codes are described here, because all WebDAV clients must also be HTTP clients and can expect to see any of these codes from a server.

Each status code is listed with a brief gloss of its meaning or use and a reference to the specification in which it is first defined. Status codes are ordered numerically, since the first digit provides some guidance as to the kind of status being reported.

Current and in-progress WebDAV extensions do not define new numerical codes. It's difficult to define and use numerical codes without risk ...

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