Feel free to download WebDAV here and try if out, its 100% free for one user. Anyway, below some screen caps of how it looks like.
Monday, 16 April 2012
Map a Windows drive (Q:\) to your Quickr server
You might know that Lialis has build WebDAV for Lotus Quickr, Notes databases and IBM Connections. WebDAV is a servlet on a Domino server that translates Quickr into the HTTP(S) WebDAV standard. Most of our clients are using apps that support WebDAV to sync files stored in Quickr to the tablets and phones for offline usage. But there is more to WebDAV because it's a standard. There are more programs that support WebDAV out there, some good, some crap. Recently I tested Webdrive FTP client that supports - you get it - WebDAV. This one works very nice. Making shared drives to WebDAV servers is one of the features. Yes, I know the Quickr connector is free, but having a real Windows drive (Q:\) in your file explorer showing all the Quickr places has some benefits. The disadvantage of this approach is that Webdrive is quite expensive and Lialis WebDAV has a price as well, not that expensive though.