No don't put it in your fstab unless you know what you are doing and you need to have permanent access to the share.
The command to mount a webdav share is:
sudo mount -t davfs http://192.168.1.201:8080 /tmp/davshare
In my case this is my phone running a webdav server so 'ls' gives:
acct default.prop init init.smdk4210.usb.rc lpm.rc res system vendor
cache dev init.bt.rc init.trace.rc mnt sbin tmp
config efs init.goldfish.rc init.usb.rc preload sdcard ueventd.goldfish.rc
d etc init.rc lib proc storage ueventd.rc
data fstab.smdk4210 init.smdk4210.rc lost+found recovery.rc sys ueventd.smdk4210.rc
To unmount do:
sudo umount /tmp/davshare
You will need davfs2 installed.
You will probably have to belong to the davfs2 group
Be aware webdeavs are not particularly fast so putting it in the fstab may cause startup/shutdown delays.
NEVER muck about with your fstab until you are sure of the settings to use and that they work, also BEFORE changing any system files like fstab make a backup and be sure you have an alternate boot method in case something goes really wrong so that you can undo any changes you may have made.