Description of problem:
When a WebDav share is mounted in Nautilus and a file is copied, renamed etc., Nautilus does not refresh the window. Only after pressing F5 the change becomes visible (e.g., copied file shows up). Tested on Secure WebDav, but probably same problem exists on unencrypted WebDav.
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Steps to Reproduce:
1. Mount a Secure WebDav share (System - Places - Connect to server...)
2. Authenticate with a username and password
3. Drag and drop file to the WebDav share window
The window stays unchanged.
The window should show the newly copied file.
After pressing F5, the file is shown. This means Nautilus completes the WebDav transaction, but does not refresh the window.
This might need escalation upstream as other distributions seem affected too (https://bugs.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source/nautilus/+bug/512496).
A further test confirms that if the same share is mounted using mount.davfs, then Nautilus works fine (copies, renames files and the window is instantly refreshed).
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