jeremy jeremyb at univista.com
Mon Aug 11 10:31:13 CDT 2003

I think I figured it out.
 It may be a matter of getting deeper into HTTP::DAV::Response

 input is still very much welcome.


On Mon, 2003-08-11 at 10:24, jeremy wrote:
> fellow Perlites,
>  I'm working with HTTP:DAV (P.Collins) to update and add contacts to MS
> Exchange 2000.  I had the xml body for the PROPPATCH request ready to go
> in the script,  but when I went to write the 'proppatch' request it was
> appearent that only one property could be set at a time.  Atleast that's
> what was documented.  The syntax is like this:
> $davObject->proppatch( -url=>"$myurl", -propname=>"$property",
> -propvalue=>"$propval" [-action=>"set"]|"remove" )
> Q1.
> Can any of you folks think of a way to send an xml
> file as the body in place of explicit calls to -propname and -propvalue?
> I would really rather not iterate over a single property PROPPATCH
> request in order to get all my properties updated.
> thanks for you time,
>     Jeremy Brooks
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