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/* Copyright 2000-2005 The Apache Software Foundation or its licensors, as * applicable. * * Licensed under the Apache License, Version 2.0 (the "License"); * you may not use this file except in compliance with the License. * You may obtain a copy of the License at * * * * Unless required by applicable law or agreed to in writing, software * distributed under the License is distributed on an "AS IS" BASIS, * WITHOUT WARRANTIES OR CONDITIONS OF ANY KIND, either express or implied. * See the License for the specific language governing permissions and * limitations under the License. */ /** * @file mod_dav.h * @brief DAV extension module for Apache 2.0.* * * @defgroup MOD_DAV mod_dav * @ingroup APACHE_MODS * @{ */ #ifndef _MOD_DAV_H_ #define _MOD_DAV_H_ #include "apr_hooks.h" #include "apr_hash.h" #include "apr_dbm.h" #include "apr_tables.h" #include "httpd.h" #include "util_filter.h" #include "util_xml.h" #include <limits.h> /* for INT_MAX */ #include <time.h> /* for time_t */ #ifdef __cplusplus extern "C" { #endif #define DAV_VERSION AP_SERVER_BASEREVISION #define DAV_XML_HEADER "<?xml version=\"1.0\" encoding=\"utf-8\"?>" #define DAV_XML_CONTENT_TYPE "text/xml; charset=\"utf-8\"" #define DAV_READ_BLOCKSIZE 2048 /* used for reading input blocks */ #define DAV_RESPONSE_BODY_1 "<!DOCTYPE HTML PUBLIC \"-//IETF//DTD HTML 2.0//EN\">\n<html><head>\n<title>" #define DAV_RESPONSE_BODY_2 "</title>\n</head><body>\n<h1>" #define DAV_RESPONSE_BODY_3 "</h1>\n<p>" #define DAV_RESPONSE_BODY_4 "</p>\n" #define DAV_RESPONSE_BODY_5 "</body></html>\n" #define DAV_DO_COPY 0 #define DAV_DO_MOVE 1 #if 1 #define DAV_DEBUG 1 #define DEBUG_CR "\n" #define DBG0(f) ap_log_error(APLOG_MARK, \ APLOG_ERR, 0, NULL, (f)) #define DBG1(f,a1) ap_log_error(APLOG_MARK, \ APLOG_ERR, 0, NULL, f, a1) #define DBG2(f,a1,a2) ap_log_error(APLOG_MARK, \ APLOG_ERR, 0, NULL, f, a1, a2) #define DBG3(f,a1,a2,a3) ap_log_error(APLOG_MARK, \ APLOG_ERR, 0, NULL, f, a1, a2, a3) #else #undef DAV_DEBUG #define DEBUG_CR "" #endif #define DAV_INFINITY INT_MAX /* for the Depth: header */ /* Create a set of DAV_DECLARE(type), DAV_DECLARE_NONSTD(type) and * DAV_DECLARE_DATA with appropriate export and import tags for the platform */ #if !defined(WIN32) #define DAV_DECLARE(type) type #define DAV_DECLARE_NONSTD(type) type #define DAV_DECLARE_DATA #elif defined(DAV_DECLARE_STATIC) #define DAV_DECLARE(type) type __stdcall #define DAV_DECLARE_NONSTD(type) type #define DAV_DECLARE_DATA #elif defined(DAV_DECLARE_EXPORT) #define DAV_DECLARE(type) __declspec(dllexport) type __stdcall #define DAV_DECLARE_NONSTD(type) __declspec(dllexport) type #define DAV_DECLARE_DATA __declspec(dllexport) #else #define DAV_DECLARE(type) __declspec(dllimport) type __stdcall #define DAV_DECLARE_NONSTD(type) __declspec(dllimport) type #define DAV_DECLARE_DATA __declspec(dllimport) #endif /* -------------------------------------------------------------------- ** ** ERROR MANAGEMENT */ /* ** dav_error structure. ** ** In most cases, mod_dav uses a pointer to a dav_error structure. If the ** pointer is NULL, then no error has occurred. ** ** In certain cases, a dav_error structure is directly used. In these cases, ** a status value of 0 means that an error has not occurred. ** ** Note: this implies that status != 0 whenever an error occurs. ** ** The desc field is optional (it may be NULL). When NULL, it typically ** implies that Apache has a proper description for the specified status. */ typedef struct dav_error { int status; /* suggested HTTP status (0 for no error) */ int error_id; /* DAV-specific error ID */ const char *desc; /* DAV:responsedescription and error log */ int save_errno; /* copy of errno causing the error */ const char *namespace; /* [optional] namespace of error */ const char *tagname; /* name of error-tag */ struct dav_error *prev; /* previous error (in stack) */ } dav_error; /* ** Create a new error structure. save_errno will be filled with the current ** errno value. */ DAV_DECLARE(dav_error*) dav_new_error(apr_pool_t *p, int status, int error_id, const char *desc); /* ** Create a new error structure with tagname and (optional) namespace; ** namespace may be NULL, which means "DAV:". save_errno will be ** filled with the current errno value. */ DAV_DECLARE(dav_error*) dav_new_error_tag(apr_pool_t *p, int status, int error_id, const char *desc, const char *namespace, const char *tagname); /* ** Push a new error description onto the stack of errors. ** ** This function is used to provide an additional description to an existing ** error. ** ** <status> should contain the caller's view of what the current status is, ** given the underlying error. If it doesn't have a better idea, then the ** caller should pass prev->status. ** ** <error_id> can specify a new error_id since the topmost description has ** changed. */ DAV_DECLARE(dav_error*) dav_push_error(apr_pool_t *p, int status, int error_id, const char *desc, dav_error *prev); /* error ID values... */ /* IF: header errors */ #define DAV_ERR_IF_PARSE 100 /* general parsing error */ #define DAV_ERR_IF_MULTIPLE_NOT 101 /* multiple "Not" found */ #define DAV_ERR_IF_UNK_CHAR 102 /* unknown char in header */ #define DAV_ERR_IF_ABSENT 103 /* no locktokens given */ #define DAV_ERR_IF_TAGGED 104 /* in parsing tagged-list */ #define DAV_ERR_IF_UNCLOSED_PAREN 105 /* in no-tagged-list */ /* Prop DB errors */ #define DAV_ERR_PROP_BAD_MAJOR 200 /* major version was wrong */ #define DAV_ERR_PROP_READONLY 201 /* prop is read-only */ #define DAV_ERR_PROP_NO_DATABASE 202 /* writable db not avail */ #define DAV_ERR_PROP_NOT_FOUND 203 /* prop not found */ #define DAV_ERR_PROP_BAD_LOCKDB 204 /* could not open lockdb */ #define DAV_ERR_PROP_OPENING 205 /* problem opening propdb */ #define DAV_ERR_PROP_EXEC 206 /* problem exec'ing patch */ /* Predefined DB errors */ /* ### any to define?? */ /* Predefined locking system errors */ #define DAV_ERR_LOCK_OPENDB 400 /* could not open lockdb */ #define DAV_ERR_LOCK_NO_DB 401 /* no database defined */ #define DAV_ERR_LOCK_CORRUPT_DB 402 /* DB is corrupt */ #define DAV_ERR_LOCK_UNK_STATE_TOKEN 403 /* unknown State-token */ #define DAV_ERR_LOCK_PARSE_TOKEN 404 /* bad opaquelocktoken */ #define DAV_ERR_LOCK_SAVE_LOCK 405 /* err saving locks */ /* ** Some comments on Error ID values: ** ** The numbers do not necessarily need to be unique. Uniqueness simply means ** that two errors that have not been predefined above can be distinguished ** from each other. At the moment, mod_dav does not use this distinguishing ** feature, but it could be used in the future to collapse <response> elements ** into groups based on the error ID (and associated responsedescription). ** ** If a compute_desc is provided, then the error ID should be unique within ** the context of the compute_desc function (so the function can figure out ** what to filled into the desc). ** ** Basically, subsystems can ignore defining new error ID values if they want ** to. The subsystems *do* need to return the predefined errors when ** appropriate, so that mod_dav can figure out what to do. Subsystems can ** simply leave the error ID field unfilled (zero) if there isn't an error ** that must be placed there. */ /* -------------------------------------------------------------------- ** ** HOOK STRUCTURES ** ** These are here for forward-declaration purposes. For more info, see ** the section title "HOOK HANDLING" for more information, plus each ** structure definition. */ /* forward-declare this structure */ typedef struct dav_hooks_propdb dav_hooks_propdb; typedef struct dav_hooks_locks dav_hooks_locks; typedef struct dav_hooks_vsn dav_hooks_vsn; typedef struct dav_hooks_repository dav_hooks_repository; typedef struct dav_hooks_liveprop dav_hooks_liveprop; typedef struct dav_hooks_binding dav_hooks_binding; typedef struct dav_hooks_search dav_hooks_search; /* ### deprecated name */ typedef dav_hooks_propdb dav_hooks_db; /* -------------------------------------------------------------------- ** ** RESOURCE HANDLING */ /* ** Resource Types: ** The base protocol defines only file and collection resources. ** The versioning protocol defines several additional resource types ** to represent artifacts of a version control system. ** ** This enumeration identifies the type of URL used to identify the ** resource. Since the same resource may have more than one type of ** URL which can identify it, dav_resource_type cannot be used ** alone to determine the type of the resource; attributes of the ** dav_resource object must also be consulted. */ typedef enum { DAV_RESOURCE_TYPE_UNKNOWN, DAV_RESOURCE_TYPE_REGULAR, /* file or collection; could be * unversioned, or version selector, * or baseline selector */ DAV_RESOURCE_TYPE_VERSION, /* version or baseline URL */ DAV_RESOURCE_TYPE_HISTORY, /* version or baseline history URL */ DAV_RESOURCE_TYPE_WORKING, /* working resource URL */ DAV_RESOURCE_TYPE_WORKSPACE, /* workspace URL */ DAV_RESOURCE_TYPE_ACTIVITY, /* activity URL */ DAV_RESOURCE_TYPE_PRIVATE /* repository-private type */ } dav_resource_type; /* ** Opaque, repository-specific information for a resource. */ typedef struct dav_resource_private dav_resource_private; /* ** Resource descriptor, generated by a repository provider. ** ** Note: the lock-null state is not explicitly represented here, ** since it may be expensive to compute. Use dav_get_resource_state() ** to determine whether a non-existent resource is a lock-null resource. ** ** A quick explanation of how the flags can apply to different resources: ** ** unversioned file or collection: ** type = DAV_RESOURCE_TYPE_REGULAR ** exists = ? (1 if exists) ** collection = ? (1 if collection) ** versioned = 0 ** baselined = 0 ** working = 0 ** ** version-controlled resource or configuration: ** type = DAV_RESOURCE_TYPE_REGULAR ** exists = 1 ** collection = ? (1 if collection) ** versioned = 1 ** baselined = ? (1 if configuration) ** working = ? (1 if checked out) ** ** version/baseline history: ** type = DAV_RESOURCE_TYPE_HISTORY ** exists = 1 ** collection = 0 ** versioned = 0 ** baselined = 0 ** working = 0 ** ** version/baseline: ** type = DAV_RESOURCE_TYPE_VERSION ** exists = 1 ** collection = ? (1 if collection) ** versioned = 1 ** baselined = ? (1 if baseline) ** working = 0 ** ** working resource: ** type = DAV_RESOURCE_TYPE_WORKING ** exists = 1 ** collection = ? (1 if collection) ** versioned = 1 ** baselined = 0 ** working = 1 ** ** workspace: ** type = DAV_RESOURCE_TYPE_WORKSPACE ** exists = ? (1 if exists) ** collection = 1 ** versioned = ? (1 if version-controlled) ** baselined = ? (1 if baseline-controlled) ** working = ? (1 if checked out) ** ** activity: ** type = DAV_RESOURCE_TYPE_ACTIVITY ** exists = ? (1 if exists) ** collection = 0 ** versioned = 0 ** baselined = 0 ** working = 0 */ typedef struct dav_resource { dav_resource_type type; int exists; /* 0 => null resource */ int collection; /* 0 => file; can be 1 for * REGULAR, VERSION, and WORKING resources, * and is always 1 for WORKSPACE */ int versioned; /* 0 => unversioned; can be 1 for * REGULAR and WORKSPACE resources, * and is always 1 for VERSION and WORKING */ int baselined; /* 0 => not baselined; can be 1 for * REGULAR, VERSION, and WORKSPACE resources; * versioned == 1 when baselined == 1 */ int working; /* 0 => not checked out; can be 1 for * REGULAR and WORKSPACE resources, * and is always 1 for WORKING */ const char *uri; /* the URI for this resource */ dav_resource_private *info; /* the provider's private info */ const dav_hooks_repository *hooks; /* hooks used for this resource */ /* When allocating items related specifically to this resource, the following pool should be used. Its lifetime will be at least as long as the dav_resource structure. */ apr_pool_t *pool; } dav_resource; /* ** Lock token type. Lock providers define the details of a lock token. ** However, all providers are expected to at least be able to parse ** the "opaquelocktoken" scheme, which is represented by a uuid_t. */ typedef struct dav_locktoken dav_locktoken; /* -------------------------------------------------------------------- ** ** BUFFER HANDLING ** ** These buffers are used as a lightweight buffer reuse mechanism. Apache ** provides sub-pool creation and destruction to much the same effect, but ** the sub-pools are a bit more general and heavyweight than these buffers. */ /* buffer for reuse; can grow to accomodate needed size */ typedef struct { apr_size_t alloc_len; /* how much has been allocated */ apr_size_t cur_len; /* how much is currently being used */ char *buf; /* buffer contents */ } dav_buffer; #define DAV_BUFFER_MINSIZE 256 /* minimum size for buffer */ #define DAV_BUFFER_PAD 64 /* amount of pad when growing */ /* set the cur_len to the given size and ensure space is available */ DAV_DECLARE(void) dav_set_bufsize(apr_pool_t *p, dav_buffer *pbuf, apr_size_t size); /* initialize a buffer and copy the specified (null-term'd) string into it */ DAV_DECLARE(void) dav_buffer_init(apr_pool_t *p, dav_buffer *pbuf, const char *str); /* check that the buffer can accomodate <extra_needed> more bytes */ DAV_DECLARE(void) dav_check_bufsize(apr_pool_t *p, dav_buffer *pbuf, apr_size_t extra_needed); /* append a string to the end of the buffer, adjust length */ DAV_DECLARE(void) dav_buffer_append(apr_pool_t *p, dav_buffer *pbuf, const char *str); /* place a string on the end of the buffer, do NOT adjust length */ DAV_DECLARE(void) dav_buffer_place(apr_pool_t *p, dav_buffer *pbuf, const char *str); /* place some memory on the end of a buffer; do NOT adjust length */ DAV_DECLARE(void) dav_buffer_place_mem(apr_pool_t *p, dav_buffer *pbuf, const void *mem, apr_size_t amt, apr_size_t pad); /* -------------------------------------------------------------------- ** ** HANDY UTILITIES */ /* contains results from one of the getprop functions */ typedef struct { apr_text * propstats; /* <propstat> element text */ apr_text * xmlns; /* namespace decls for <response> elem */ } dav_get_props_result; /* holds the contents of a <response> element */ typedef struct dav_response { const char *href; /* always */ const char *desc; /* optional description at <response> level */ /* use status if propresult.propstats is NULL. */ dav_get_props_result propresult; int status; struct dav_response *next; } dav_response; typedef struct { request_rec *rnew; /* new subrequest */ dav_error err; /* potential error response */ } dav_lookup_result; DAV_DECLARE(dav_lookup_result) dav_lookup_uri(const char *uri, request_rec *r, int must_be_absolute); /* defines type of property info a provider is to return */ typedef enum { DAV_PROP_INSERT_NOTDEF, /* property is defined by this provider, but nothing was inserted because the (live) property is not defined for this resource (it may be present as a dead property). */ DAV_PROP_INSERT_NOTSUPP, /* property is recognized by this provider, but it is not supported, and cannot be treated as a dead property */ DAV_PROP_INSERT_NAME, /* a property name (empty elem) was inserted into the text block */ DAV_PROP_INSERT_VALUE, /* a property name/value pair was inserted into the text block */ DAV_PROP_INSERT_SUPPORTED /* a supported live property was added to the text block as a <DAV:supported-live-property> element */ } dav_prop_insert; /* ### this stuff is private to dav/fs/repos.c; move it... */ /* format a time string (buf must be at least DAV_TIMEBUF_SIZE chars) */ #define DAV_STYLE_ISO8601 1 #define DAV_STYLE_RFC822 2 #define DAV_TIMEBUF_SIZE 30 DAV_DECLARE(int) dav_get_depth(request_rec *r, int def_depth); DAV_DECLARE(int) dav_validate_root(const apr_xml_doc *doc, const char *tagname); DAV_DECLARE(apr_xml_elem *) dav_find_child(const apr_xml_elem *elem, const char *tagname); /* gather up all the CDATA into a single string */ DAV_DECLARE(const char *) dav_xml_get_cdata(const apr_xml_elem *elem, apr_pool_t *pool, int strip_white); /* ** XML namespace handling ** ** This structure tracks namespace declarations (xmlns:prefix="URI"). ** It maintains a one-to-many relationship of URIs-to-prefixes. In other ** words, one URI may be defined by many prefixes, but any specific ** prefix will specify only one URI. ** ** Prefixes using the "g###" pattern can be generated automatically if ** the caller does not have specific prefix requirements. */ typedef struct { apr_pool_t *pool; apr_hash_t *uri_prefix; /* map URIs to an available prefix */ apr_hash_t *prefix_uri; /* map all prefixes to their URIs */ int count; /* counter for "g###" prefixes */ } dav_xmlns_info; /* create an empty dav_xmlns_info structure */ DAV_DECLARE(dav_xmlns_info *) dav_xmlns_create(apr_pool_t *pool); /* add a specific prefix/URI pair. the prefix/uri should have a lifetime at least that of xmlns->pool */ DAV_DECLARE(void) dav_xmlns_add(dav_xmlns_info *xi, const char *prefix, const char *uri); /* add a URI (if not present); any prefix is acceptable and is returned. the uri should have a lifetime at least that xmlns->pool */ DAV_DECLARE(const char *) dav_xmlns_add_uri(dav_xmlns_info *xi, const char *uri); /* return the URI for a specified prefix (or NULL if the prefix is unknown) */ DAV_DECLARE(const char *) dav_xmlns_get_uri(dav_xmlns_info *xi, const char *prefix); /* return an available prefix for a specified URI (or NULL if the URI is unknown) */ DAV_DECLARE(const char *) dav_xmlns_get_prefix(dav_xmlns_info *xi, const char *uri); /* generate xmlns declarations (appending into the given text) */ DAV_DECLARE(void) dav_xmlns_generate(dav_xmlns_info *xi, apr_text_header *phdr); /* -------------------------------------------------------------------- ** ** DAV PLUGINS */ /* ### docco ... */ /* ** dav_provider ** ** This structure wraps up all of the hooks that a mod_dav provider can ** supply. The provider MUST supply <repos> and <propdb>. The rest are ** optional and should contain NULL if that feature is not supplied. ** ** Note that a provider cannot pick and choose portions from various ** underlying implementations (which was theoretically possible in ** mod_dav 1.0). There are too many dependencies between a dav_resource ** (defined by <repos>) and the other functionality. ** ** Live properties are not part of the dav_provider structure because they ** are handled through the APR_HOOK interface (to allow for multiple liveprop ** providers). The core always provides some properties, and then a given ** provider will add more properties. ** ** Some providers may need to associate a context with the dav_provider ** structure -- the ctx field is available for storing this context. Just ** leave it NULL if it isn't required. */ typedef struct { const dav_hooks_repository *repos; const dav_hooks_propdb *propdb; const dav_hooks_locks *locks; const dav_hooks_vsn *vsn; const dav_hooks_binding *binding; const dav_hooks_search *search; void *ctx; } dav_provider; /* ** gather_propsets: gather all live property propset-URIs ** ** The hook implementor should push one or more URIs into the specified ** array. These URIs are returned in the DAV: header to let clients know ** what sets of live properties are supported by the installation. mod_dav ** will place open/close angle brackets around each value (much like ** a Coded-URL); quotes and brackets should not be in the value. ** ** Example: ** ** (of course, use your own domain to ensure a unique value) */ APR_DECLARE_EXTERNAL_HOOK(dav, DAV, void, gather_propsets, (apr_array_header_t *uris)) /* ** find_liveprop: find a live property, returning a non-zero, unique, ** opaque identifier. ** ** If the hook implementor determines the specified URI/name refers to ** one of its properties, then it should fill in HOOKS and return a ** non-zero value. The returned value is the "property ID" and will ** be passed to the various liveprop hook functions. ** ** Return 0 if the property is not defined by the hook implementor. */ APR_DECLARE_EXTERNAL_HOOK(dav, DAV, int, find_liveprop, (const dav_resource *resource, const char *ns_uri, const char *name, const dav_hooks_liveprop **hooks)) /* ** insert_all_liveprops: insert all (known) live property names/values. ** ** The hook implementor should append XML text to PHDR, containing liveprop ** names. If INSVALUE is true, then the property values should also be ** inserted into the output XML stream. ** ** The liveprop provider should insert *all* known and *defined* live ** properties on the specified resource. If a particular liveprop is ** not defined for this resource, then it should not be inserted. */ APR_DECLARE_EXTERNAL_HOOK(dav, DAV, void, insert_all_liveprops, (request_rec *r, const dav_resource *resource, dav_prop_insert what, apr_text_header *phdr)) DAV_DECLARE(const dav_hooks_locks *) dav_get_lock_hooks(request_rec *r); DAV_DECLARE(const dav_hooks_propdb *) dav_get_propdb_hooks(request_rec *r); DAV_DECLARE(const dav_hooks_vsn *) dav_get_vsn_hooks(request_rec *r); DAV_DECLARE(const dav_hooks_binding *) dav_get_binding_hooks(request_rec *r); DAV_DECLARE(const dav_hooks_search *) dav_get_search_hooks(request_rec *r); DAV_DECLARE(void) dav_register_provider(apr_pool_t *p, const char *name, const dav_provider *hooks); DAV_DECLARE(const dav_provider *) dav_lookup_provider(const char *name); /* ### deprecated */ #define DAV_GET_HOOKS_PROPDB(r) dav_get_propdb_hooks(r) #define DAV_GET_HOOKS_LOCKS(r) dav_get_lock_hooks(r) #define DAV_GET_HOOKS_VSN(r) dav_get_vsn_hooks(r) #define DAV_GET_HOOKS_BINDING(r) dav_get_binding_hooks(r) #define DAV_GET_HOOKS_SEARCH(r) dav_get_search_hooks(r) /* -------------------------------------------------------------------- ** ** IF HEADER PROCESSING ** ** Here is the definition of the If: header from RFC 2518, S9.4: ** ** If = "If" ":" (1*No-tag-list | 1*Tagged-list) ** No-tag-list = List ** Tagged-list = Resource 1*List ** Resource = Coded-URL ** List = "(" 1*(["Not"](State-token | "[" entity-tag "]")) ")" ** State-token = Coded-URL ** Coded-URL = "<" absoluteURI ">" ; absoluteURI from RFC 2616 ** ** List corresponds to dav_if_state_list. No-tag-list corresponds to ** dav_if_header with uri==NULL. Tagged-list corresponds to a sequence of ** dav_if_header structures with (duplicate) uri==Resource -- one ** dav_if_header per state_list. A second Tagged-list will start a new ** sequence of dav_if_header structures with the new URI. ** ** A summary of the semantics, mapped into our structures: ** - Chained dav_if_headers: OR ** - Chained dav_if_state_lists: AND ** - NULL uri matches all resources */ typedef enum { dav_if_etag, dav_if_opaquelock, dav_if_unknown /* the "unknown" state type; always matches false. */ } dav_if_state_type; typedef struct dav_if_state_list { dav_if_state_type type; int condition; #define DAV_IF_COND_NORMAL 0 #define DAV_IF_COND_NOT 1 /* "Not" was applied */ const char *etag; dav_locktoken *locktoken; struct dav_if_state_list *next; } dav_if_state_list; typedef struct dav_if_header { const char *uri; apr_size_t uri_len; struct dav_if_state_list *state; struct dav_if_header *next; int dummy_header; /* used internally by the lock/etag validation */ } dav_if_header; typedef struct dav_locktoken_list { dav_locktoken *locktoken; struct dav_locktoken_list *next; } dav_locktoken_list; DAV_DECLARE(dav_error *) dav_get_locktoken_list(request_rec *r, dav_locktoken_list **ltl); /* -------------------------------------------------------------------- ** ** LIVE PROPERTY HANDLING */ /* opaque type for PROPPATCH rollback information */ typedef struct dav_liveprop_rollback dav_liveprop_rollback; struct dav_hooks_liveprop { /* ** Insert property information into a text block. The property to ** insert is identified by the propid value. The information to insert ** is identified by the "what" argument, as follows: ** DAV_PROP_INSERT_NAME ** property name, as an empty XML element ** DAV_PROP_INSERT_VALUE ** property name/value, as an XML element ** DAV_PROP_INSERT_SUPPORTED ** if the property is defined on the resource, then ** a DAV:supported-live-property element, as defined ** by the DeltaV extensions to RFC2518. ** ** Providers should return DAV_PROP_INSERT_NOTDEF if the property is ** known and not defined for this resource, so should be handled as a ** dead property. If a provider recognizes, but does not support, a ** property, and does not want it handled as a dead property, it should ** return DAV_PROP_INSERT_NOTSUPP. ** ** Returns one of DAV_PROP_INSERT_* based on what happened. ** ** ### we may need more context... ie. the lock database */ dav_prop_insert (*insert_prop)(const dav_resource *resource, int propid, dav_prop_insert what, apr_text_header *phdr); /* ** Determine whether a given property is writable. ** ** ### we may want a different semantic. i.e. maybe it should be ** ### "can we write <value> into this property?" ** ** Returns 1 if the live property can be written, 0 if read-only. */ int (*is_writable)(const dav_resource *resource, int propid); /* ** This member defines the set of namespace URIs that the provider ** uses for its properties. When insert_all is called, it will be ** passed a list of integers that map from indices into this list ** to namespace IDs for output generation. ** ** The last entry in this list should be a NULL value (sentinel). */ const char * const * namespace_uris; /* ** ### this is not the final design. we want an open-ended way for ** ### liveprop providers to attach *new* properties. To this end, ** ### we'll have a "give me a list of the props you define", a way ** ### to check for a prop's existence, a way to validate a set/remove ** ### of a prop, and a way to execute/commit/rollback that change. */ /* ** Validate that the live property can be assigned a value, and that ** the provided value is valid. ** ** elem will point to the XML element that names the property. For ** example: ** <lp1:executable>T</lp1:executable> ** ** The provider can access the cdata fields and the child elements ** to extract the relevant pieces. ** ** operation is one of DAV_PROP_OP_SET or _DELETE. ** ** The provider may return a value in *context which will be passed ** to each of the exec/commit/rollback functions. For example, this ** may contain an internal value which has been processed from the ** input element. ** ** The provider must set defer_to_dead to true (non-zero) or false. ** If true, then the set/remove is deferred to the dead property ** database. Note: it will be set to zero on entry. */ dav_error * (*patch_validate)(const dav_resource *resource, const apr_xml_elem *elem, int operation, void **context, int *defer_to_dead); /* ### doc... */ dav_error * (*patch_exec)(const dav_resource *resource, const apr_xml_elem *elem, int operation, void *context, dav_liveprop_rollback **rollback_ctx); /* ### doc... */ void (*patch_commit)(const dav_resource *resource, int operation, void *context, dav_liveprop_rollback *rollback_ctx); /* ### doc... */ dav_error * (*patch_rollback)(const dav_resource *resource, int operation, void *context, dav_liveprop_rollback *rollback_ctx); /* ** If a provider needs a context to associate with this hooks structure, ** then this field may be used. In most cases, it will just be NULL. */ void *ctx; }; /* ** dav_liveprop_spec: specify a live property ** ** This structure is used as a standard way to determine if a particular ** property is a live property. Its use is not part of the mandated liveprop ** interface, but can be used by liveprop providers in conjuction with the ** utility routines below. ** ** spec->name == NULL is the defined end-sentinel for a list of specs. */ typedef struct { int ns; /* provider-local namespace index */ const char *name; /* name of the property */ int propid; /* provider-local property ID */ int is_writable; /* is the property writable? */ } dav_liveprop_spec; /* ** dav_liveprop_group: specify a group of liveprops ** ** This structure specifies a group of live properties, their namespaces, ** and how to handle them. */ typedef struct { const dav_liveprop_spec *specs; const char * const *namespace_uris; const dav_hooks_liveprop *hooks; } dav_liveprop_group; /* ### docco */ DAV_DECLARE(int) dav_do_find_liveprop(const char *ns_uri, const char *name, const dav_liveprop_group *group, const dav_hooks_liveprop **hooks); /* ### docco */ DAV_DECLARE(long) dav_get_liveprop_info(int propid, const dav_liveprop_group *group, const dav_liveprop_spec **info); /* ### docco */ DAV_DECLARE(void) dav_register_liveprop_group(apr_pool_t *pool, const dav_liveprop_group *group); /* ### docco */ DAV_DECLARE(long) dav_get_liveprop_ns_index(const char *uri); /* ### docco */ DAV_DECLARE(long) dav_get_liveprop_ns_count(void); /* ### docco */ DAV_DECLARE(void) dav_add_all_liveprop_xmlns(apr_pool_t *p, apr_text_header *phdr); /* ** The following three functions are part of mod_dav's internal handling ** for the core WebDAV properties. They are not part of mod_dav's API. */ DAV_DECLARE_NONSTD(int) dav_core_find_liveprop( const dav_resource *resource, const char *ns_uri, const char *name, const dav_hooks_liveprop **hooks); DAV_DECLARE_NONSTD(void) dav_core_insert_all_liveprops( request_rec *r, const dav_resource *resource, dav_prop_insert what, apr_text_header *phdr); DAV_DECLARE_NONSTD(void) dav_core_register_uris(apr_pool_t *p); /* ** Standard WebDAV Property Identifiers ** ** A live property provider does not need to use these; they are simply ** provided for convenience. ** ** Property identifiers need to be unique within a given provider, but not ** *across* providers (note: this uniqueness constraint was different in ** older versions of mod_dav). ** ** The identifiers start at 20000 to make it easier for providers to avoid ** conflicts with the standard properties. The properties are arranged ** alphabetically, and may be reordered from time to time (as properties ** are introduced). ** ** NOTE: there is no problem with reordering (e.g. binary compat) since the ** identifiers are only used within a given provider, which would pick up ** the entire set of changes upon a recompile. */ enum { DAV_PROPID_BEGIN = 20000, /* Standard WebDAV properties (RFC 2518) */ DAV_PROPID_creationdate, DAV_PROPID_displayname, DAV_PROPID_getcontentlanguage, DAV_PROPID_getcontentlength, DAV_PROPID_getcontenttype, DAV_PROPID_getetag, DAV_PROPID_getlastmodified, DAV_PROPID_lockdiscovery, DAV_PROPID_resourcetype, DAV_PROPID_source, DAV_PROPID_supportedlock, /* DeltaV properties (from the I-D (#14)) */ DAV_PROPID_activity_checkout_set, DAV_PROPID_activity_set, DAV_PROPID_activity_version_set, DAV_PROPID_auto_merge_set, DAV_PROPID_auto_version, DAV_PROPID_baseline_collection, DAV_PROPID_baseline_controlled_collection, DAV_PROPID_baseline_controlled_collection_set, DAV_PROPID_checked_in, DAV_PROPID_checked_out, DAV_PROPID_checkin_fork, DAV_PROPID_checkout_fork, DAV_PROPID_checkout_set, DAV_PROPID_comment, DAV_PROPID_creator_displayname, DAV_PROPID_current_activity_set, DAV_PROPID_current_workspace_set, DAV_PROPID_default_variant, DAV_PROPID_eclipsed_set, DAV_PROPID_label_name_set, DAV_PROPID_merge_set, DAV_PROPID_precursor_set, DAV_PROPID_predecessor_set, DAV_PROPID_root_version, DAV_PROPID_subactivity_set, DAV_PROPID_subbaseline_set, DAV_PROPID_successor_set, DAV_PROPID_supported_method_set, DAV_PROPID_supported_live_property_set, DAV_PROPID_supported_report_set, DAV_PROPID_unreserved, DAV_PROPID_variant_set, DAV_PROPID_version_controlled_binding_set, DAV_PROPID_version_controlled_configuration, DAV_PROPID_version_history, DAV_PROPID_version_name, DAV_PROPID_workspace, DAV_PROPID_workspace_checkout_set, DAV_PROPID_END }; /* ** Property Identifier Registration ** ** At the moment, mod_dav requires live property providers to ensure that ** each property returned has a unique value. For now, this is done through ** central registration (there are no known providers other than the default, ** so this remains manageable). ** ** WARNING: the TEST ranges should never be "shipped". */ #define DAV_PROPID_CORE 10000 /* ..10099. defined by mod_dav */ #define DAV_PROPID_FS 10100 /* ..10299. mod_dav filesystem provider. */ #define DAV_PROPID_TEST1 10300 /* ..10399 */ #define DAV_PROPID_TEST2 10400 /* ..10499 */ #define DAV_PROPID_TEST3 10500 /* ..10599 */ /* Next: 10600 */ /* -------------------------------------------------------------------- ** ** DATABASE FUNCTIONS */ typedef struct dav_db dav_db; typedef struct dav_namespace_map dav_namespace_map; typedef struct dav_deadprop_rollback dav_deadprop_rollback; typedef struct { const char *ns; /* "" signals "no namespace" */ const char *name; } dav_prop_name; /* hook functions to enable pluggable databases */ struct dav_hooks_propdb { dav_error * (*open)(apr_pool_t *p, const dav_resource *resource, int ro, dav_db **pdb); void (*close)(dav_db *db); /* ** In bulk, define any namespaces that the values and their name ** elements may need. ** ** Note: sometimes mod_dav will defer calling this until output_value ** returns found==1. If the output process needs the dav_xmlns_info ** filled for its work, then it will need to fill it on demand rather ** than depending upon this hook to fill in the structure. ** ** Note: this will *always* be called during an output sequence. Thus, ** the provider may rely solely on using this to fill the xmlns info. */ dav_error * (*define_namespaces)(dav_db *db, dav_xmlns_info *xi); /* ** Output the value from the database (i.e. add an element name and ** the value into *phdr). Set *found based on whether the name/value ** was found in the propdb. ** ** Note: it is NOT an error for the key/value pair to not exist. ** ** The dav_xmlns_info passed to define_namespaces() is also passed to ** each output_value() call so that namespaces can be added on-demand. ** It can also be used to look up prefixes or URIs during the output ** process. */ dav_error * (*output_value)(dav_db *db, const dav_prop_name *name, dav_xmlns_info *xi, apr_text_header *phdr, int *found); /* ** Build a mapping from "global" namespaces (stored in apr_xml_*) ** into provider-local namespace identifiers. ** ** This mapping should be done once per set of namespaces, and the ** resulting mapping should be passed into the store() hook function. ** ** Note: usually, there is just a single document/namespaces for all ** elements passed. However, the generality of creating multiple ** mappings and passing them to store() is provided here. ** ** Note: this is only in preparation for a series of store() calls. ** As a result, the propdb must be open for read/write access when ** this function is called. */ dav_error * (*map_namespaces)(dav_db *db, const apr_array_header_t *namespaces, dav_namespace_map **mapping); /* ** Store a property value for a given name. The value->combined field ** MUST be set for this call. ** ** ### WARNING: current providers will quote the text within ELEM. ** ### this implies you can call this function only once with a given ** ### element structure (a second time will quote it again). */ dav_error * (*store)(dav_db *db, const dav_prop_name *name, const apr_xml_elem *elem, dav_namespace_map *mapping); /* remove a given property */ dav_error * (*remove)(dav_db *db, const dav_prop_name *name); /* returns 1 if the record specified by "key" exists; 0 otherwise */ int (*exists)(dav_db *db, const dav_prop_name *name); /* ** Iterate over the property names in the database. ** ** iter->name.ns == iter-> == NULL when there are no more names. ** ** Note: only one iteration may occur over the propdb at a time. */ dav_error * (*first_name)(dav_db *db, dav_prop_name *pname); dav_error * (*next_name)(dav_db *db, dav_prop_name *pname); /* ** Rollback support: get rollback context, and apply it. ** ** struct dav_deadprop_rollback is a provider-private structure; it ** should remember the name, and the name's old value (or the fact that ** the value was not present, and should be deleted if a rollback occurs). */ dav_error * (*get_rollback)(dav_db *db, const dav_prop_name *name, dav_deadprop_rollback **prollback); dav_error * (*apply_rollback)(dav_db *db, dav_deadprop_rollback *rollback); /* ** If a provider needs a context to associate with this hooks structure, ** then this field may be used. In most cases, it will just be NULL. */ void *ctx; }; /* -------------------------------------------------------------------- ** ** LOCK FUNCTIONS */ /* Used to represent a Timeout header of "Infinity" */ #define DAV_TIMEOUT_INFINITE 0 DAV_DECLARE(time_t) dav_get_timeout(request_rec *r); /* ** Opaque, provider-specific information for a lock database. */ typedef struct dav_lockdb_private dav_lockdb_private; /* ** Opaque, provider-specific information for a lock record. */ typedef struct dav_lock_private dav_lock_private; /* ** Lock database type. Lock providers are urged to implement a "lazy" open, so ** doing an "open" is cheap until something is actually needed from the DB. */ typedef struct { const dav_hooks_locks *hooks; /* the hooks used for this lockdb */ int ro; /* was it opened readonly? */ dav_lockdb_private *info; } dav_lockdb; typedef enum { DAV_LOCKSCOPE_UNKNOWN, DAV_LOCKSCOPE_EXCLUSIVE, DAV_LOCKSCOPE_SHARED } dav_lock_scope; typedef enum { DAV_LOCKTYPE_UNKNOWN, DAV_LOCKTYPE_WRITE } dav_lock_type; typedef enum { DAV_LOCKREC_DIRECT, /* lock asserted on this resource */ DAV_LOCKREC_INDIRECT, /* lock inherited from a parent */ DAV_LOCKREC_INDIRECT_PARTIAL /* most info is not filled in */ } dav_lock_rectype; /* ** dav_lock: hold information about a lock on a resource. ** ** This structure is used for both direct and indirect locks. A direct lock ** is a lock applied to a specific resource by the client. An indirect lock ** is one that is inherited from a parent resource by virtue of a non-zero ** Depth: header when the lock was applied. ** ** mod_dav records both types of locks in the lock database, managing their ** addition/removal as resources are moved about the namespace. ** ** Note that the lockdb is free to marshal this structure in any form that ** it likes. ** ** For a "partial" lock, the <rectype> and <locktoken> fields must be filled ** in. All other (user) fields should be zeroed. The lock provider will ** usually fill in the <info> field, and the <next> field may be used to ** construct a list of partial locks. ** ** The lock provider MUST use the info field to store a value such that a ** dav_lock structure can locate itself in the underlying lock database. ** This requirement is needed for refreshing: when an indirect dav_lock is ** refreshed, its reference to the direct lock does not specify the direct's ** resource, so the only way to locate the (refreshed, direct) lock in the ** database is to use the info field. ** ** Note that <is_locknull> only refers to the resource where this lock was ** found. ** ### hrm. that says the abstraction is wrong. is_locknull may disappear. */ typedef struct dav_lock { dav_lock_rectype rectype; /* type of lock record */ int is_locknull; /* lock establishes a locknull resource */ /* ### put the resource in here? */ dav_lock_scope scope; /* scope of the lock */ dav_lock_type type; /* type of lock */ int depth; /* depth of the lock */ time_t timeout; /* when the lock will timeout */ const dav_locktoken *locktoken; /* the token that was issued */ const char *owner; /* (XML) owner of the lock */ const char *auth_user; /* auth'd username owning lock */ dav_lock_private *info; /* private to the lockdb */ struct dav_lock *next; /* for managing a list of locks */ } dav_lock; /* Property-related public lock functions */ DAV_DECLARE(const char *)dav_lock_get_activelock(request_rec *r, dav_lock *locks, dav_buffer *pbuf); /* LockDB-related public lock functions */ DAV_DECLARE(dav_error *) dav_lock_parse_lockinfo(request_rec *r, const dav_resource *resrouce, dav_lockdb *lockdb, const apr_xml_doc *doc, dav_lock **lock_request); DAV_DECLARE(int) dav_unlock(request_rec *r, const dav_resource *resource, const dav_locktoken *locktoken); DAV_DECLARE(dav_error *) dav_add_lock(request_rec *r, const dav_resource *resource, dav_lockdb *lockdb, dav_lock *request, dav_response **response); DAV_DECLARE(dav_error *) dav_notify_created(request_rec *r, dav_lockdb *lockdb, const dav_resource *resource, int resource_state, int depth); DAV_DECLARE(dav_error*) dav_lock_query(dav_lockdb *lockdb, const dav_resource *resource, dav_lock **locks); DAV_DECLARE(dav_error *) dav_validate_request(request_rec *r, dav_resource *resource, int depth, dav_locktoken *locktoken, dav_response **response, int flags, dav_lockdb *lockdb); /* ** flags: ** 0x0F -- reserved for <dav_lock_scope> values ** ** other flags, detailed below */ #define DAV_VALIDATE_RESOURCE 0x0010 /* validate just the resource */ #define DAV_VALIDATE_PARENT 0x0020 /* validate resource AND its parent */ #define DAV_VALIDATE_ADD_LD 0x0040 /* add DAV:lockdiscovery into the 424 DAV:response */ #define DAV_VALIDATE_USE_424 0x0080 /* return 424 status, not 207 */ #define DAV_VALIDATE_IS_PARENT 0x0100 /* for internal use */ /* Lock-null related public lock functions */ DAV_DECLARE(int) dav_get_resource_state(request_rec *r, const dav_resource *resource); /* Lock provider hooks. Locking is optional, so there may be no * lock provider for a given repository. */ struct dav_hooks_locks { /* Return the supportedlock property for a resource */ const char * (*get_supportedlock)( const dav_resource *resource ); /* Parse a lock token URI, returning a lock token object allocated * in the given pool. */ dav_error * (*parse_locktoken)( apr_pool_t *p, const char *char_token, dav_locktoken **locktoken_p ); /* Format a lock token object into a URI string, allocated in * the given pool. * * Always returns non-NULL. */ const char * (*format_locktoken)( apr_pool_t *p, const dav_locktoken *locktoken ); /* Compare two lock tokens. * * Result < 0 => lt1 < lt2 * Result == 0 => lt1 == lt2 * Result > 0 => lt1 > lt2 */ int (*compare_locktoken)( const dav_locktoken *lt1, const dav_locktoken *lt2 ); /* Open the provider's lock database. * * The provider may or may not use a "real" database for locks * (a lock could be an attribute on a resource, for example). * * The provider may choose to use the value of the DAVLockDB directive * (as returned by dav_get_lockdb_path()) to decide where to place * any storage it may need. * * The request storage pool should be associated with the lockdb, * so it can be used in subsequent operations. * * If ro != 0, only readonly operations will be performed. * If force == 0, the open can be "lazy"; no subsequent locking operations * may occur. * If force != 0, locking operations will definitely occur. */ dav_error * (*open_lockdb)( request_rec *r, int ro, int force, dav_lockdb **lockdb ); /* Indicates completion of locking operations */ void (*close_lockdb)( dav_lockdb *lockdb ); /* Take a resource out of the lock-null state. */ dav_error * (*remove_locknull_state)( dav_lockdb *lockdb, const dav_resource *resource ); /* ** Create a (direct) lock structure for the given resource. A locktoken ** will be created. ** ** The lock provider may store private information into lock->info. */ dav_error * (*create_lock)(dav_lockdb *lockdb, const dav_resource *resource, dav_lock **lock); /* ** Get the locks associated with the specified resource. ** ** If resolve_locks is true (non-zero), then any indirect locks are ** resolved to their actual, direct lock (i.e. the reference to followed ** to the original lock). ** ** The locks, if any, are returned as a linked list in no particular ** order. If no locks are present, then *locks will be NULL. */ dav_error * (*get_locks)(dav_lockdb *lockdb, const dav_resource *resource, int calltype, dav_lock **locks); #define DAV_GETLOCKS_RESOLVED 0 /* resolve indirects to directs */ #define DAV_GETLOCKS_PARTIAL 1 /* leave indirects partially filled */ #define DAV_GETLOCKS_COMPLETE 2 /* fill out indirect locks */ /* ** Find a particular lock on a resource (specified by its locktoken). ** ** *lock will be set to NULL if the lock is not found. ** ** Note that the provider can optimize the unmarshalling -- only one ** lock (or none) must be constructed and returned. ** ** If partial_ok is true (non-zero), then an indirect lock can be ** partially filled in. Otherwise, another lookup is done and the ** lock structure will be filled out as a DAV_LOCKREC_INDIRECT. */ dav_error * (*find_lock)(dav_lockdb *lockdb, const dav_resource *resource, const dav_locktoken *locktoken, int partial_ok, dav_lock **lock); /* ** Quick test to see if the resource has *any* locks on it. ** ** This is typically used to determine if a non-existent resource ** has a lock and is (therefore) a locknull resource. ** ** WARNING: this function may return TRUE even when timed-out locks ** exist (i.e. it may not perform timeout checks). */ dav_error * (*has_locks)(dav_lockdb *lockdb, const dav_resource *resource, int *locks_present); /* ** Append the specified lock(s) to the set of locks on this resource. ** ** If "make_indirect" is true (non-zero), then the specified lock(s) ** should be converted to an indirect lock (if it is a direct lock) ** before appending. Note that the conversion to an indirect lock does ** not alter the passed-in lock -- the change is internal the ** append_locks function. ** ** Multiple locks are specified using the lock->next links. */ dav_error * (*append_locks)(dav_lockdb *lockdb, const dav_resource *resource, int make_indirect, const dav_lock *lock); /* ** Remove any lock that has the specified locktoken. ** ** If locktoken == NULL, then ALL locks are removed. */ dav_error * (*remove_lock)(dav_lockdb *lockdb, const dav_resource *resource, const dav_locktoken *locktoken); /* ** Refresh all locks, found on the specified resource, which has a ** locktoken in the provided list. ** ** If the lock is indirect, then the direct lock is referenced and ** refreshed. ** ** Each lock that is updated is returned in the <locks> argument. ** Note that the locks will be fully resolved. */ dav_error * (*refresh_locks)(dav_lockdb *lockdb, const dav_resource *resource, const dav_locktoken_list *ltl, time_t new_time, dav_lock **locks); /* ** Look up the resource associated with a particular locktoken. ** ** The search begins at the specified <start_resource> and the lock ** specified by <locktoken>. ** ** If the resource/token specifies an indirect lock, then the direct ** lock will be looked up, and THAT resource will be returned. In other ** words, this function always returns the resource where a particular ** lock (token) was asserted. ** ** NOTE: this function pointer is allowed to be NULL, indicating that ** the provider does not support this type of functionality. The ** caller should then traverse up the repository hierarchy looking ** for the resource defining a lock with this locktoken. */ dav_error * (*lookup_resource)(dav_lockdb *lockdb, const dav_locktoken *locktoken, const dav_resource *start_resource, const dav_resource **resource); /* ** If a provider needs a context to associate with this hooks structure, ** then this field may be used. In most cases, it will just be NULL. */ void *ctx; }; /* what types of resources can be discovered by dav_get_resource_state() */ #define DAV_RESOURCE_LOCK_NULL 10 /* resource lock-null */ #define DAV_RESOURCE_NULL 11 /* resource null */ #define DAV_RESOURCE_EXISTS 12 /* resource exists */ #define DAV_RESOURCE_ERROR 13 /* an error occurred */ /* -------------------------------------------------------------------- ** ** PROPERTY HANDLING */ typedef struct dav_propdb dav_propdb; DAV_DECLARE(dav_error *) dav_open_propdb( request_rec *r, dav_lockdb *lockdb, const dav_resource *resource, int ro, apr_array_header_t *ns_xlate, dav_propdb **propdb); DAV_DECLARE(void) dav_close_propdb(dav_propdb *db); DAV_DECLARE(dav_get_props_result) dav_get_props( dav_propdb *db, apr_xml_doc *doc); DAV_DECLARE(dav_get_props_result) dav_get_allprops( dav_propdb *db, dav_prop_insert what); DAV_DECLARE(void) dav_get_liveprop_supported( dav_propdb *propdb, const char *ns_uri, const char *propname, apr_text_header *body); /* ** 3-phase property modification. ** ** 1) validate props. readable? unlocked? ACLs allow access? ** 2) execute operation (set/delete) ** 3) commit or rollback ** ** ### eventually, auth must be available. a ref to the request_rec (which ** ### contains the auth info) should be in the shared context struct. ** ** Each function may alter the error values and information contained within ** the context record. This should be done as an "increasing" level of ** error, rather than overwriting any previous error. ** ** Note that commit() cannot generate errors. It should simply free the ** rollback information. ** ** rollback() may generate additional errors because the rollback operation ** can sometimes fail(!). ** ** The caller should allocate an array of these, one per operation. It should ** be zero-initialized, then the db, operation, and prop fields should be ** filled in before calling dav_prop_validate. Note that the set/delete ** operations are order-dependent. For a given (logical) context, the same ** pointer must be passed to each phase. ** ** error_type is an internal value, but will have the same numeric value ** for each possible "desc" value. This allows the caller to group the ** descriptions via the error_type variable, rather than through string ** comparisons. Note that "status" does not provide enough granularity to ** differentiate/group the "desc" values. ** ** Note that the propdb will maintain some (global) context across all ** of the property change contexts. This implies that you can have only ** one open transaction per propdb. */ typedef struct dav_prop_ctx { dav_propdb *propdb; int operation; #define DAV_PROP_OP_SET 1 /* set a property value */ #define DAV_PROP_OP_DELETE 2 /* delete a prop value */ /* ### add a GET? */ apr_xml_elem *prop; /* property to affect */ dav_error *err; /* error (if any) */ /* private items to the propdb */ int is_liveprop; void *liveprop_ctx; struct dav_rollback_item *rollback; /* optional rollback info */ /* private to mod_dav.c */ request_rec *r; } dav_prop_ctx; DAV_DECLARE_NONSTD(void) dav_prop_validate(dav_prop_ctx *ctx); DAV_DECLARE_NONSTD(void) dav_prop_exec(dav_prop_ctx *ctx); DAV_DECLARE_NONSTD(void) dav_prop_commit(dav_prop_ctx *ctx); DAV_DECLARE_NONSTD(void) dav_prop_rollback(dav_prop_ctx *ctx); #define DAV_PROP_CTX_HAS_ERR(dpc) ((dpc).err && (dpc).err->status >= 300) /* -------------------------------------------------------------------- ** ** WALKER STRUCTURE */ enum { DAV_CALLTYPE_MEMBER = 1, /* called for a member resource */ DAV_CALLTYPE_COLLECTION, /* called for a collection */ DAV_CALLTYPE_LOCKNULL /* called for a locknull resource */ }; typedef struct { /* the client-provided context */ void *walk_ctx; /* pool to use for allocations in the callback */ apr_pool_t *pool; /* the current resource */ const dav_resource *resource; /* OUTPUT: add responses to this */ dav_response *response; } dav_walk_resource; typedef struct { int walk_type; #define DAV_WALKTYPE_AUTH 0x0001 /* limit to authorized files */ #define DAV_WALKTYPE_NORMAL 0x0002 /* walk normal files */ #define DAV_WALKTYPE_LOCKNULL 0x0004 /* walk locknull resources */ /* callback function and a client context for the walk */ dav_error * (*func)(dav_walk_resource *wres, int calltype); void *walk_ctx; /* what pool to use for allocations needed by walk logic */ apr_pool_t *pool; /* beginning root of the walk */ const dav_resource *root; /* lock database to enable walking LOCKNULL resources */ dav_lockdb *lockdb; } dav_walk_params; /* directory tree walking context */ typedef struct dav_walker_ctx { /* input: */ dav_walk_params w; /* ### client data... phasing out this big glom */ /* this brigade buffers data being sent to r->output_filters */ apr_bucket_brigade *bb; /* a scratch pool, used to stream responses and iteratively cleared. */ apr_pool_t *scratchpool; request_rec *r; /* original request */ /* for PROPFIND operations */ apr_xml_doc *doc; int propfind_type; #define DAV_PROPFIND_IS_ALLPROP 1 #define DAV_PROPFIND_IS_PROPNAME 2 #define DAV_PROPFIND_IS_PROP 3 apr_text *propstat_404; /* (cached) propstat giving a 404 error */ const dav_if_header *if_header; /* for validation */ const dav_locktoken *locktoken; /* for UNLOCK */ const dav_lock *lock; /* for LOCK */ int skip_root; /* for dav_inherit_locks() */ int flags; dav_buffer work_buf; /* for dav_validate_request() */ } dav_walker_ctx; DAV_DECLARE(void) dav_add_response(dav_walk_resource *wres, int status, dav_get_props_result *propstats); /* -------------------------------------------------------------------- ** ** "STREAM" STRUCTURE ** ** mod_dav uses this abstraction for interacting with the repository ** while fetching/storing resources. mod_dav views resources as a stream ** of bytes. ** ** Note that the structure is opaque -- it is private to the repository ** that created the stream in the repository's "open" function. ** ** ### THIS STUFF IS GOING AWAY ... GET/read requests are handled by ** ### having the provider jam stuff straight into the filter stack. ** ### this is only left for handling PUT/write requests. */ typedef struct dav_stream dav_stream; typedef enum { DAV_MODE_WRITE_TRUNC, /* truncate and open for writing */ DAV_MODE_WRITE_SEEKABLE /* open for writing; random access */ } dav_stream_mode; /* -------------------------------------------------------------------- ** ** REPOSITORY FUNCTIONS */ /* Repository provider hooks */ struct dav_hooks_repository { /* Flag for whether repository requires special GET handling. * If resources in the repository are not visible in the * filesystem location which URLs map to, then special handling * is required to first fetch a resource from the repository, * respond to the GET request, then free the resource copy. */ int handle_get; /* Get a resource descriptor for the URI in a request. A descriptor * should always be returned even if the resource does not exist. This * repository has been identified as handling the resource given by * the URI, so an answer must be given. If there is a problem with the * URI or accessing the resource or whatever, then an error should be * returned. * * root_dir: * the root of the directory for which this repository is configured. * * label: * if a Label: header is present (and allowed), this is the label * to use to identify a version resource from the resource's * corresponding version history. Otherwise, it will be NULL. * * use_checked_in: * use the DAV:checked-in property of the resource identified by the * Request-URI to identify and return a version resource * * The provider may associate the request storage pool with the resource * (in the resource->pool field), to use in other operations on that * resource. */ dav_error * (*get_resource)( request_rec *r, const char *root_dir, const char *label, int use_checked_in, dav_resource **resource ); /* Get a resource descriptor for the parent of the given resource. * The resources need not exist. NULL is returned if the resource * is the root collection. * * An error should be returned only if there is a fatal error in * fetching information about the parent resource. */ dav_error * (*get_parent_resource)( const dav_resource *resource, dav_resource **parent_resource ); /* Determine whether two resource descriptors refer to the same resource. * * Result != 0 => the resources are the same. */ int (*is_same_resource)( const dav_resource *res1, const dav_resource *res2 ); /* Determine whether one resource is a parent (immediate or otherwise) * of another. * * Result != 0 => res1 is a parent of res2. */ int (*is_parent_resource)( const dav_resource *res1, const dav_resource *res2 ); /* ** Open a stream for this resource, using the specified mode. The ** stream will be returned in *stream. */ dav_error * (*open_stream)(const dav_resource *resource, dav_stream_mode mode, dav_stream **stream); /* ** Close the specified stream. ** ** mod_dav will (ideally) make sure to call this. For safety purposes, ** a provider should (ideally) register a cleanup function with the ** request pool to get this closed and cleaned up. ** ** Note the possibility of an error from the close -- it is entirely ** feasible that the close does a "commit" of some kind, which can ** produce an error. ** ** commit should be TRUE (non-zero) or FALSE (0) if the stream was ** opened for writing. This flag states whether to retain the file ** or not. ** Note: the commit flag is ignored for streams opened for reading. */ dav_error * (*close_stream)(dav_stream *stream, int commit); /* ** Write data to the stream. ** ** All of the bytes must be written, or an error should be returned. */ dav_error * (*write_stream)(dav_stream *stream, const void *buf, apr_size_t bufsize); /* ** Seek to an absolute position in the stream. This is used to support ** Content-Range in a GET/PUT. ** ** NOTE: if this function is NULL (which is allowed), then any ** operations using Content-Range will be refused. */ dav_error * (*seek_stream)(dav_stream *stream, apr_off_t abs_position); /* ** If a GET is processed using a stream (open_stream, read_stream) ** rather than via a sub-request (on get_pathname), then this function ** is used to provide the repository with a way to set the headers ** in the response. ** ** This function may be called without a following deliver(), to ** handle a HEAD request. ** ** This may be NULL if handle_get is FALSE. */ dav_error * (*set_headers)(request_rec *r, const dav_resource *resource); /* ** The provider should deliver the resource into the specified filter. ** Basically, this is the response to the GET method. ** ** Note that this is called for all resources, including collections. ** The provider should determine what has content to deliver or not. ** ** set_headers will be called prior to this function, allowing the ** provider to set the appropriate response headers. ** ** This may be NULL if handle_get is FALSE. ** ### maybe toss handle_get and just use this function as the marker */ dav_error * (*deliver)(const dav_resource *resource, ap_filter_t *output); /* Create a collection resource. The resource must not already exist. * * Result == NULL if the collection was created successfully. Also, the * resource object is updated to reflect that the resource exists, and * is a collection. */ dav_error * (*create_collection)( dav_resource *resource ); /* Copy one resource to another. The destination may exist, if it is * versioned. * Handles both files and collections. Properties are copied as well. * If the destination exists and is versioned, the provider must update * the destination to have identical content to the source, * recursively for collections. * The depth argument is ignored for a file, and can be either 0 or * DAV_INFINITY for a collection. * If an error occurs in a child resource, then the return value is * non-NULL, and *response is set to a multistatus response. * If the copy is successful, the dst resource object is * updated to reflect that the resource exists. */ dav_error * (*copy_resource)( const dav_resource *src, dav_resource *dst, int depth, dav_response **response ); /* Move one resource to another. The destination must not exist. * Handles both files and collections. Properties are moved as well. * If an error occurs in a child resource, then the return value is * non-NULL, and *response is set to a multistatus response. * If the move is successful, the src and dst resource objects are * updated to reflect that the source no longer exists, and the * destination does. */ dav_error * (*move_resource)( dav_resource *src, dav_resource *dst, dav_response **response ); /* Remove a resource. Handles both files and collections. * Removes any associated properties as well. * If an error occurs in a child resource, then the return value is * non-NULL, and *response is set to a multistatus response. * If the delete is successful, the resource object is updated to * reflect that the resource no longer exists. */ dav_error * (*remove_resource)( dav_resource *resource, dav_response **response ); /* Walk a resource hierarchy. * * Iterates over the resource hierarchy specified by params->root. * Control of the walk and the callback are specified by 'params'. * * An error may be returned. *response will contain multistatus * responses (if any) suitable for the body of the error. It is also * possible to return NULL, yet still have multistatus responses. * In this case, typically the caller should return a 207 (Multistatus) * and the responses (in the body) as the HTTP response. */ dav_error * (*walk)(const dav_walk_params *params, int depth, dav_response **response); /* Get the entity tag for a resource */ const char * (*getetag)(const dav_resource *resource); /* ** If a provider needs a context to associate with this hooks structure, ** then this field may be used. In most cases, it will just be NULL. */ void *ctx; }; /* -------------------------------------------------------------------- ** ** VERSIONING FUNCTIONS */ /* dav_add_vary_header * * If there were any headers in the request which require a Vary header * in the response, add it. */ DAV_DECLARE(void) dav_add_vary_header(request_rec *in_req, request_rec *out_req, const dav_resource *resource); /* ** Flags specifying auto-versioning behavior, returned by ** the auto_versionable hook. The value returned depends ** on both the state of the resource and the value of the ** DAV:auto-versioning property for the resource. ** ** If the resource does not exist (null or lock-null), ** DAV_AUTO_VERSION_ALWAYS causes creation of a new version-controlled resource ** ** If the resource is checked in, ** DAV_AUTO_VERSION_ALWAYS causes it to be checked out always, ** DAV_AUTO_VERSION_LOCKED causes it to be checked out only when locked ** ** If the resource is checked out, ** DAV_AUTO_VERSION_ALWAYS causes it to be checked in always, ** DAV_AUTO_VERSION_LOCKED causes it to be checked in when unlocked ** (note: a provider should allow auto-checkin only for resources which ** were automatically checked out) ** ** In all cases, DAV_AUTO_VERSION_NEVER results in no auto-versioning behavior. */ typedef enum { DAV_AUTO_VERSION_NEVER, DAV_AUTO_VERSION_ALWAYS, DAV_AUTO_VERSION_LOCKED } dav_auto_version; /* ** This structure is used to record what auto-versioning operations ** were done to make a resource writable, so that they can be undone ** at the end of a request. */ typedef struct { int resource_versioned; /* 1 => resource was auto-version-controlled */ int resource_checkedout; /* 1 => resource was auto-checked-out */ int parent_checkedout; /* 1 => parent was auto-checked-out */ dav_resource *parent_resource; /* parent resource, if it was needed */ } dav_auto_version_info; /* Ensure that a resource is writable. If there is no versioning * provider, then this is essentially a no-op. Versioning repositories * require explicit resource creation and checkout before they can * be written to. If a new resource is to be created, or an existing * resource deleted, the parent collection must be checked out as well. * * Set the parent_only flag to only make the parent collection writable. * Otherwise, both parent and child are made writable as needed. If the * child does not exist, then a new versioned resource is created and * checked out. * * If auto-versioning is not enabled for a versioned resource, then an error is * returned, since the resource cannot be modified. * * The dav_auto_version_info structure is filled in with enough information * to restore both parent and child resources to the state they were in * before the auto-versioning operations occurred. */ DAV_DECLARE(dav_error *) dav_auto_checkout( request_rec *r, dav_resource *resource, int parent_only, dav_auto_version_info *av_info); /* Revert the writability of resources back to what they were * before they were modified. If undo == 0, then the resource * modifications are maintained (i.e. they are checked in). * If undo != 0, then resource modifications are discarded * (i.e. they are unchecked out). * * Set the unlock flag to indicate that the resource is about * to be unlocked; it will be checked in if the resource * auto-versioning property indicates it should be. In this case, * av_info is ignored, so it can be NULL. * * The resource argument may be NULL if only the parent resource * was checked out (i.e. the parent_only was != 0 in the * dav_auto_checkout call). */ DAV_DECLARE(dav_error *) dav_auto_checkin( request_rec *r, dav_resource *resource, int undo, int unlock, dav_auto_version_info *av_info); /* ** This structure is used to describe available reports ** ** "nmspace" should be valid XML and URL-quoted. mod_dav will place ** double-quotes around it and use it in an xmlns declaration. */ typedef struct { const char *nmspace; /* namespace of the XML report element */ const char *name; /* element name for the XML report */ } dav_report_elem; /* Versioning provider hooks */ struct dav_hooks_vsn { /* ** MANDATORY HOOKS ** The following hooks are mandatory for all versioning providers; ** they define the functionality needed to implement "core" versioning. */ /* Return supported versioning options. * Each dav_text item in the list will be returned as a separate * DAV header. Providers are advised to limit the length of an * individual text item to 63 characters, to conform to the limit * used by MS Web Folders. */ void (*get_vsn_options)(apr_pool_t *p, apr_text_header *phdr); /* Get the value of a specific option for an OPTIONS request. * The option being requested is given by the parsed XML * element object "elem". The value of the option should be * appended to the "option" text object. */ dav_error * (*get_option)(const dav_resource *resource, const apr_xml_elem *elem, apr_text_header *option); /* Determine whether a non-versioned (or non-existent) resource * is versionable. Returns != 0 if resource can be versioned. */ int (*versionable)(const dav_resource *resource); /* Determine whether auto-versioning is enabled for a resource * (which may not exist, or may not be versioned). If the resource * is a checked-out resource, the provider must only enable * auto-checkin if the resource was automatically checked out. * * The value returned depends on both the state of the resource * and the value of its DAV:auto-version property. See the description * of the dav_auto_version enumeration above for the details. */ dav_auto_version (*auto_versionable)(const dav_resource *resource); /* Put a resource under version control. If the resource already * exists unversioned, then it becomes the initial version of the * new version history, and it is replaced by a version selector * which targets the new version. * * If the resource does not exist, then a new version-controlled * resource is created which either targets an existing version (if the * "target" argument is not NULL), or the initial, empty version * in a new history resource (if the "target" argument is NULL). * * If successful, the resource object state is updated appropriately * (that is, changed to refer to the new version-controlled resource). */ dav_error * (*vsn_control)(dav_resource *resource, const char *target); /* Checkout a resource. If successful, the resource * object state is updated appropriately. * * The auto_checkout flag will be set if this checkout is being * done automatically, as part of some method which modifies * the resource. The provider must remember that the resource * was automatically checked out, so it can determine whether it * can be automatically checked in. (Auto-checkin should only be * enabled for resources which were automatically checked out.) * * If the working resource has a different URL from the * target resource, a dav_resource descriptor is returned * for the new working resource. Otherwise, the original * resource descriptor will refer to the working resource. * The working_resource argument can be NULL if the caller * is not interested in the working resource. * * If the client has specified DAV:unreserved or DAV:fork-ok in the * checkout request, then the corresponding flags are set. If * DAV:activity-set has been specified, then create_activity is set * if DAV:new was specified; otherwise, the DAV:href elements' CDATA * (the actual href text) is passed in the "activities" array (each * element of the array is a const char *). activities will be NULL * no DAV:activity-set was provided or when create_activity is set. */ dav_error * (*checkout)(dav_resource *resource, int auto_checkout, int is_unreserved, int is_fork_ok, int create_activity, apr_array_header_t *activities, dav_resource **working_resource); /* Uncheckout a checked-out resource. If successful, the resource * object state is updated appropriately. */ dav_error * (*uncheckout)(dav_resource *resource); /* Checkin a checked-out resource. If successful, the resource * object state is updated appropriately, and the * version_resource descriptor will refer to the new version. * The version_resource argument can be NULL if the caller * is not interested in the new version resource. * * If the client has specified DAV:keep-checked-out in the checkin * request, then the keep_checked_out flag is set. The provider * should create a new version, but keep the resource in the * checked-out state. */ dav_error * (*checkin)(dav_resource *resource, int keep_checked_out, dav_resource **version_resource); /* ** Return the set of reports available at this resource. ** ** An array of report elements should be returned, with an end-marker ** element containing namespace==NULL. The value of the ** DAV:supported-report-set property will be constructed and ** returned. */ dav_error * (*avail_reports)(const dav_resource *resource, const dav_report_elem **reports); /* ** Determine whether a Label header can be used ** with a particular report. The dav_xml_doc structure ** contains the parsed report request body. ** Returns 0 if the Label header is not allowed. */ int (*report_label_header_allowed)(const apr_xml_doc *doc); /* ** Generate a report on a resource. Since a provider is free ** to define its own reports, and the value of request headers ** may affect the interpretation of a report, the request record ** must be passed to this routine. ** ** The dav_xml_doc structure contains the parsed report request ** body. The report response should be generated into the specified ** output filter. ** ** If an error occurs, and a response has not yet been generated, ** then an error can be returned from this function. mod_dav will ** construct an appropriate error response. Once some output has ** been placed into the filter, however, the provider should not ** return an error -- there is no way that mod_dav can deliver it ** properly. ** ** ### maybe we need a way to signal an error anyways, and then ** ### apache can abort the connection? */ dav_error * (*deliver_report)(request_rec *r, const dav_resource *resource, const apr_xml_doc *doc, ap_filter_t *output); /* ** OPTIONAL HOOKS ** The following hooks are optional; if not defined, then the ** corresponding protocol methods will be unsupported. */ /* ** Set the state of a checked-in version-controlled resource. ** ** If the request specified a version, the version resource ** represents that version. If the request specified a label, ** then "version" is NULL, and "label" is the label. ** ** The depth argument is ignored for a file, and can be 0, 1, or ** DAV_INFINITY for a collection. The depth argument only applies ** with a label, not a version. ** ** If an error occurs in a child resource, then the return value is ** non-NULL, and *response is set to a multistatus response. ** ** This hook is optional; if not defined, then the UPDATE method ** will not be supported. */ dav_error * (*update)(const dav_resource *resource, const dav_resource *version, const char *label, int depth, dav_response **response); /* ** Add a label to a version. The resource is either a specific ** version, or a version selector, in which case the label should ** be added to the current target of the version selector. The ** version selector cannot be checked out. ** ** If replace != 0, any existing label by the same name is ** effectively deleted first. Otherwise, it is an error to ** attempt to add a label which already exists on some version ** of the same history resource. ** ** This hook is optional; if not defined, then the LABEL method ** will not be supported. If it is defined, then the remove_label ** hook must be defined also. */ dav_error * (*add_label)(const dav_resource *resource, const char *label, int replace); /* ** Remove a label from a version. The resource is either a specific ** version, or a version selector, in which case the label should ** be added to the current target of the version selector. The ** version selector cannot be checked out. ** ** It is an error if no such label exists on the specified version. ** ** This hook is optional, but if defined, the add_label hook ** must be defined also. */ dav_error * (*remove_label)(const dav_resource *resource, const char *label); /* ** Determine whether a null resource can be created as a workspace. ** The provider may restrict workspaces to certain locations. ** Returns 0 if the resource cannot be a workspace. ** ** This hook is optional; if the provider does not support workspaces, ** it should be set to NULL. */ int (*can_be_workspace)(const dav_resource *resource); /* ** Create a workspace resource. The resource must not already ** exist. Any <DAV:mkworkspace> element is passed to the provider ** in the "doc" structure; it may be empty. ** ** If workspace creation is succesful, the state of the resource ** object is updated appropriately. ** ** This hook is optional; if the provider does not support workspaces, ** it should be set to NULL. */ dav_error * (*make_workspace)(dav_resource *resource, apr_xml_doc *doc); /* ** Determine whether a null resource can be created as an activity. ** The provider may restrict activities to certain locations. ** Returns 0 if the resource cannot be an activity. ** ** This hook is optional; if the provider does not support activities, ** it should be set to NULL. */ int (*can_be_activity)(const dav_resource *resource); /* ** Create an activity resource. The resource must not already ** exist. ** ** If activity creation is succesful, the state of the resource ** object is updated appropriately. ** ** This hook is optional; if the provider does not support activities, ** it should be set to NULL. */ dav_error * (*make_activity)(dav_resource *resource); /* ** Merge a resource (tree) into target resource (tree). ** ** ### more doc... ** ** This hook is optional; if the provider does not support merging, ** then this should be set to NULL. */ dav_error * (*merge)(dav_resource *target, dav_resource *source, int no_auto_merge, int no_checkout, apr_xml_elem *prop_elem, ap_filter_t *output); /* ** If a provider needs a context to associate with this hooks structure, ** then this field may be used. In most cases, it will just be NULL. */ void *ctx; }; /* -------------------------------------------------------------------- ** ** BINDING FUNCTIONS */ /* binding provider hooks */ struct dav_hooks_binding { /* Determine whether a resource can be the target of a binding. * Returns 0 if the resource cannot be a binding target. */ int (*is_bindable)(const dav_resource *resource); /* Create a binding to a resource. * The resource argument is the target of the binding; * the binding argument must be a resource which does not already * exist. */ dav_error * (*bind_resource)(const dav_resource *resource, dav_resource *binding); /* ** If a provider needs a context to associate with this hooks structure, ** then this field may be used. In most cases, it will just be NULL. */ void *ctx; }; /* -------------------------------------------------------------------- ** ** SEARCH(DASL) FUNCTIONS */ /* search provider hooks */ struct dav_hooks_search { /* Set header for a OPTION method * An error may be returned. * To set a hadder, this function might call * apr_table_setn(r->headers_out, "DASL", dasl_optin1); * * Examples: * DASL: <DAV:basicsearch> * DASL: <> * DASL: <> */ dav_error * (*set_option_head)(request_rec *r); /* Search resources * An error may be returned. *response will contain multistatus * responses (if any) suitable for the body of the error. It is also * possible to return NULL, yet still have multistatus responses. * In this case, typically the caller should return a 207 (Multistatus) * and the responses (in the body) as the HTTP response. */ dav_error * (*search_resource)(request_rec *r, dav_response **response); /* ** If a provider needs a context to associate with this hooks structure, ** then this field may be used. In most cases, it will just be NULL. */ void *ctx; }; /* -------------------------------------------------------------------- ** ** MISCELLANEOUS STUFF */ /* fetch the "LimitXMLRequestBody" in force for this resource */ DAV_DECLARE(apr_size_t) dav_get_limit_xml_body(const request_rec *r); typedef struct { int propid; /* live property ID */ const dav_hooks_liveprop *provider; /* the provider defining this prop */ } dav_elem_private; #ifdef __cplusplus } #endif #endif /* _MOD_DAV_H_ */ /** @} */