Expose archived documents in WebDAV

To allow people who work with digital assets (logos, photos, video, sound, and other media files) to organize them safely in Next® Digital Workplace, and still be able to access them easily from within their preferred tools, we deliver this new and optional feature to Next®.

Selected documents in Next® are automatically made available in a traditional file server structure, looking exactly as if not managed by Next®. While the everyday user of graphical elements, have little issues with locating the right digital assets by browsing a directory structure, everyone else will find it much easier to find the right one searching in the Next® UI. With this feature in place, the two methods leads to the same resource - the one and only original.

When you have successfully located a digital asset in the Next® UI, you can easily copy it's address to the clip board.  

How each digital assets appears in the file/folder structure is configured in Next Next®. Some may chose to setup so that new revisions retain their name, and others that each revision gets a unique name.

A single digital asset (document) may even appear in more that one place, to makes things even easier to locate.



We will not expose all documents in Next® through WebDAV. Next® is NOT a file server and will never be.  This support is meant for the select few, who works extensively with files, and still wants them to be controlled by the enterprise archive.  

The business log

To be defined.

Future enhancements

In a future release of Next® you will see improved support for streaming video and sound. 

For the techies

To be defined.

Commercial terms and conditions

This feature comes with a separate license fee. Any consultancy assistance will be invoiced in addition. 


Despite our best efforts, we may be forced to change both content and expected delivery of future product updates without notice.



Expose archived documents in WebDAV


New optional feature


In planning

Expected release:

June 2021

Affected products:

Next® Enterprise Archive


End user



Responsible product manager:

Kim Hellum




Kim Hellum