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How can I upload a directory tree in CRXDE lite to /etc/fmdita/dita_resources?

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I see how I can use curl in a script to do this. Can I do this by drag and drop? The files are text files (a DTD and XML catalog).

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You could use webdav to upload structured resources into AEM using a client like Cyberduck or OOTB OS tools. Refer [0] for more details

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WebDAV Access

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You could use webdav to upload structured resources into AEM using a client like Cyberduck or OOTB OS tools. Refer [0] for more details

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WebDAV Access

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It doesn't allow me to drag files into /etc/fmdita/dita_resources when I've mounted the drive as admin.

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is it only path in /etc/fmdita/dita_resources? Does it work for other paths?

Checked drag and drop from local drive to mount drive on MAC for a different path on my 6.4 instance and was able to add multiple files to AEM through webdav

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Another way you could add the resources is through code, which is suitable if its a one time job and build the application package as part of maven project

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Yes. The question is essentially asking how to do this without writing a program.

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Well there must be some kind of information [logs] on the webdav client if uploads are not working for certain paths. Please check if there's a difference for the path where upload works and doesn't. It might be worth to try a different webdav client 

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Ah. It's only the /etc path that I'm not allowed to write to. It works over webdav if use the full path.

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Navigate, not write. I can't navigate to /etc over webdav, but I can to /etc/fmdita/dita_resources.