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Overview of WebDAV Watcher. The WebDAV Watcher monitors file and folder changes in a remote directory on a WebDAV server. WebDAV Watcher relies on the Connect to WebDAV Action that establishes connection with the WebDAV server.

Directory to watch The path to directory on WebDAV server in which file or folder changes will be monitored · See return values
Include mask If other than *.* wildcard, only files and directories that match file mask will be monitored for changes. Multiple, pipe-separated file masks are supported · Learn file masks and wildcards
Also, watch in subdirectories WebDAV Watcher will monitor for changes not only in specified directory, but also in its subdirectories.
Monitor files Watch for new, existing, modified and deleted files.
Monitor directories Watch for new, existing, modified and deleted directories.
Use connection WebDAV Watcher relies on the Connect to WebDAV Action to establish connection with WebDAV server. If multiple Connect to WebDAV Actions are used in the Task, user can choose which connection will be used to watch for file and directory changes.
Advanced Choose advanced connection settings to select Actions to perform before connecting to WebDAV server to monitor remote files and directories.
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  • WebDAV Watcher integration and auditing—Variables (dynamic data) and Events (recorded activity). Access filenames and paths of recently changed filesystem objects (such as files and directories) within your WebDAV server. Additionally, view all relevant information and failure events related to connecting to a WebDAV/internet server, along with details that triggered the workflow launch.

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