Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 473400
Nautilus doesn't display Date Modified on WebDAV volumes
Last modified: 2015-03-03 17:33:31 EST
Description of problem:
I'm connecting to a WebDAV server through Nautilus: it works fine, but doesn't report the Date Modified property (all set to "unknown for both folders and files).
If I connect to the same server through Windows dates are correctly shown.
Is this a known issue?
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
Steps to Reproduce:
1. In Nautilus, select File -> Connect to Server
2. Select WebDAV (HTTP)
3. Enter server name and port
4. Click on Connect and browse the volume
All files are correctly listed, but the Date Modified column reads "unknown".
If I copy a file from a local folder to a WebDAV folder, the date is shown, but if I click on a local folder and go back to the WebDAV folder, also the newly copied file has an unknown date.
All files and folders should report the correct last modified date.
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