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  [TUTORIEL] Comment faire un téléchargement groupé sur le serveur SAKAI sans chercher un par un les fichiers nouveaux

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MessageSujet: [TUTORIEL] Comment faire un téléchargement groupé sur le serveur SAKAI sans chercher un par un les fichiers nouveaux   Jeu 30 Sep - 23:59

Le serveur SAKAI de l'UPMC est le serveur de documents de la fac où nos profs nous mettent les polys en ligne.
Il est dispo ici:
http://australe.upmc.fr
En temps normale il faut s'y connecter à travers ce site dans un navigateur internet pour pouvoir acceder aux documents mis en ligne par les profs.
<<< Procedure normale à faire absolument la premiere fois:
To login:
1. Open Australe : http://australe.upmc.fr
2. Click the Login button.
3. Type your guest account login and password, and click Login.
4. Go to the site, click on the site tab. (You will see two or more tabs in a row across the upper part of the screen.)
>>>
Votre login et votre mot de passe sont indiqués sur votre certificat d'inscription de l'UPMC (carton), ce sont les mêmes parametres que pour votre messagerie professionel de la fac de type prenom.nom@etu.upmc.fr

Si vous voulez voir le contenu du serveur comme une clé USB et pouvoir gérer vos documents plus facilement, suivez le descriptif suivant:
(source : http://australe.upmc.fr/portal/worksite/MSX02_01/page/de099443-f1ff-4cae-92a0-39e4af993dd2
autres references: http://wiki.cpm.jussieu.fr/doku.php?id=libre:sakai:bienvenue
http://www.edu.upmc.fr/conferences/2009/sakai1_0709/)
N'OUBLIEZ PAS DE COPIER REGULIEREMENT LE CONTENU DU SERVEUR SUR VOTRE DISQUE DUR POUR NE RIEN LOUPER CAR UNE FOIS LES DOCUMENTS ENLEVéS PAR LES PROFS DU SERVEUR, VOUS NE LES REVERREZ PLUS !!!!!!!!


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The instructions on this page show you how to create a folder on your desktop machine that will allow you to drag and drop files and folders between your computer and this site's Sakai Resources tool.
This involves using a protocol called WebDAV. The WebDAV setup process is different for each operating system. Follow the steps below to get started.
Note: if you simply want to upload files to the Resources tool one by one, click Site Resources at the top of the page, then click Add > Upload Files to the right of a folder.
Step 1 - Highlight the following URL and copy it to your clipboard:
http://australe.upmc.fr/dav/MSX02_01
>>> NB: Dans cette adresse url il faut remplacer "MSX02_01" par le nom exacte du nom du repertoire sur le serveur du module auquel vous voulez vous connecter tel qu'il apparait dans son adresse url <<<
Par exemple ici http://australe.upmc.fr/portal/worksite/MSX02_01/page/de099443-f1ff-4cae-92a0-39e4af993dd2 c'est bien le repertoire "MSX02_01" qui apparait dans le champ url du navigateur.

Step 2 - Select your operating system below and follow the setup instructions:
• Windows XP
• Windows Vista/Windows 7
• Mac OS 10.0 - 10.3
• Mac OS 10.4 and up

Setting up WebDAV for Windows XP

Note: There must be at least one object (file, folder etc.) in the course or project resource area before you begin the setup procedure. This procedure needs to be done once for each site before you can use WebDAV to transfer files to and from any one site.
1. Double-click on the My Network Places icon on your PC desktop or click Start > My Network Places.
2. Click Add a network place on the left menu.
3. Click Next.
4. Make sure that Choose another network location is selected and click Next.
5. In the Internet or network address field, type (or copy and paste) the URL for this site shown above and click Next.
6. When prompted, enter your Sakai username and your password and click OK.
7. Enter a name for the course or project resources you are adding (e.g., History 101 Resources) and click Next.
8. Click Finish to complete the set up.
When the setup process is complete, the course or project resources folder will appear in your My Network Places as a folder, where it will act just like any other folder in Windows Explorer. You can now drag files and folders to and from your computer and the site's Resources folder.

Setting up WebDAV for Windows Vista/Windows 7

Note 1: There must be at least one object (file, folder etc.) in the course or project resource area before you begin the setup procedure. This procedure needs to be done once for each site before you can use WebDAV to transfer files to and from any one site.
Note 2: Use of Sakai's WebDAV functionality on Windows Vista requires that you have Vista Service Pack 2 installed. If you do not yet have Service Pack 2 installed, please run Windows Update by clicking Start > All Programs > Windows Update.
1. From the desktop or the Start menu, click Computer.
2. At the top of the window, click Map Network Drive.
3. Select a vacant drive letter (e.g., Z) from the Drive drop down menu.
4. In the Folder field, type (or copy and paste) the URL for this site shown above. Click Finish.
5. When prompted, enter your Sakai username and password and click OK.
6. You can now drag files and folders to and from your computer and the site Resources folder.
When the setup process is complete, the course or project resources folder will appear under Computer as a drive, where it will act just like any other drive in Windows Explorer. You can now drag files and folders to and from your computer and the site's Resources folder.

Alternate method of setting up WebDAV on Windows Vista/Windows 7
If the process above yields connections errors, you may be able to utilize the WebDAV functionality to access your files using a free third-party client called AnyClient. Follow this process to download, install, and configure AnyClient.
1. Visit the VersionTracker page for the AnyClient WebDAV client at: http://www.versiontracker.com/dyn/moreinfo/win/10854857.
2. Click the Download Now link on the right side of the page.
3. Run the install.exe file and complete the setup wizard.
4. If the installer did not automatically launch AnyClient, click Start > All Programs > AnyClient > AnyClient to open AnyClient.
5. Click Connect at the bottom-left corner.
6. Click New at the bottom-left corner and give this connection a meaningful name on the left menu (e.g., History 101 Resources).
7. In the Host dialog box, type (or copy and paste) the path as shown above.
8. Type in your Sakai username and password.
9. In the Connection type drop box, select WebDAV.
10. Click Save at the bottom of the window to save this connection for future use and click Connect.

Setting up WebDAV for Mac (OS 10.0 - 10.3)

Note: There must be at least one object (file, folder etc.) in the course or project resource area before you begin the setup procedure. This procedure needs to be done once for each site before you can use WebDAV to transfer files to and from any one site.
1. Download the Cyberduck WebDAV client at: http://update.cyberduck.ch/Cyberduck-2.8.5.dmg
2. Decompress the file and double-click on the .dmg file. (Depending on the configuration of your decompression software, the disk image may automatically mount.)
3. A disk image named Cyberduck-2.8.5 should now be available. Simply drag and drop the folder from the disk image to your Applications folder.
4. Open the Cyberduck application in your Applications folder.
5. Click the Open Connection button.
6. In the Server dialog box, type (or copy and paste) the path as shown above.
7. Type in your Sakai username and password and click OK.
You will now see a window on your Mac screen that represents the resources that are in your site. Simply drag and drop between this window and other Finder windows on your Mac to transfer files to and from your Sakai site's resources folder.

Setting up WebDAV for Mac (OS 10.4 - 10.6)

Note: There must be at least one object (file, folder etc.) in the course or project resource area before you begin the setup procedure. This procedure needs to be done once for each site before you can use WebDAV to transfer files to and from any one site.
1. From the menu bar at the top of the screen in Finder, select Go > Connect to Server...
2. In the Server Address dialog box, type (or copy and paste) the path as shown above.
3. Press the + button to save this path for future use.
4. Click Connect.
5. Type in your username and password and click Connect.
You will now see a window on your screen that represents the resources in your site. You can now drag and drop files into or out of this window and delete files by dragging them to the Trash.


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