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From Ki Song>
Subject Re: [users@httpd] XML turned off
Date Thu, 10 Aug 2006 19:57:51 GMT
> On 8/10/06, Ki Song <> wrote:
>> A quick question: Is there something special that needs to be turned on on a
>> web server to allow it to display XML documents?
>> The server we're on doesn't render any XML document.
>> The exact same file that I created works on one web server, but does not
>> work on a different server.
> Servers don't display documents, they simply send them to the browser.
> Are you talking about the server transforming the document into html,
> or are you talking about the raw xml simply not being displayed in the
> browser?  If the latter, you should look at the content-type getting
> sent.  See the AddType directive.
> Joshua.

The raw XML is not being displayed in the browser.
Check out these two links:

They are the exact same file. Yet, the second one does not show up at all in
my browser.

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