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From "Sonny Sukumar" <>
Subject Re: HTML code shown in browser, not parsed
Date Sun, 31 Aug 2003 22:16:18 GMT

Hey thanks for identifying the problem and fixing it.  If I don't specify a 
mime-type for map:read does it always default to  "text/html"?

>From: Sylvain Wallez <>
>Subject: Re: HTML code shown in browser, not parsed
>Date: Sun, 31 Aug 2003 22:39:52 +0200
>Sylvain Wallez wrote:
>>Reinhard Poetz wrote:
>>>It seems this is the same problem as the sendPage() problem described 
>>>recently on both lists because AFAIK sendPage(..) calls are internal 
>>>Is anybody aware of any changes (environment, ...?) that could have 
>>>caused this problem?
>>I fixed bugs in internal redirects about two weeks ago, but I don't see 
>>how this can affect the mime type. Also, sendPageAndWait() also uses an 
>>internal redirect.
>>I will investigate further on this...
>Found and fixed (in the CVS).
>The content type was not set in the case of internal redirects, leaving it 
>to browser decision, mainly based upon file extension. In my case, I always 
>use ".html" which displays well, whereas other unknown extensions appear to 
>be rendered as text.
>All should be ok now.
>>>>-----Original Message-----
>>>>From: Sonny Sukumar [] Sent: Sunday, August 
>>>>31, 2003 12:43 AM
>>>>Subject: HTML code shown in browser, not parsed
>>>>Hi guys,
>>>>I just noticed this strange behavior today..
>>>>When I do an internal redirect to a trivially simple pipeline that just 
>>>>does a map:read to read an HTML document, then the actual HTML code for 
>>>>that doc is shown in my browser.  Here's an example sitemap snippet:
>>>><map:match pattern="doSomething">
>>>>  <!-- Do some things -->
>>>>  <map:redirect-to uri="cocoon:/readStaticHtmlDoc"/> <map:match>
>>>><map:match pattern="readStaticHtmlDoc">
>>>>  <map:read src="myapp/html_files/someFile.htm"/>
>>>>Note that invoking "readStaticHtmlDoc" works just fine.  Can anybody 
>>>>explain this?
>>>>I upgraded to Cocoon 2.1.1-dev yesterday, and I'm on Tomcat 4.1.17 with 
>>>>JDK 1.4.2_01.  I think it has to be a Cocoon-related thing though, 
>>>>whether my fault or a bug.  It's probably my fault somehow, but it's 
>>>>never happened before.
>Sylvain Wallez                                  Anyware Technologies
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