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From Héctor Garcia Peris <>
Subject RE: Problem with mime types, nobody answers?
Date Wed, 27 Mar 2002 09:07:34 GMT
At 18:57 26/03/02, you wrote:
>You question isn't clear to me.  Tomcat 3.2.x still includes a
>conf/web.xml, in the binary distribution, but it is no longer used
>for establishing web application default settings.  I'm not sure at
>which point it stopped being used.  As a result, the default settings
>a web application gets are minimal and includes no mime mappings.
>You will need to add any mime mappings you need to your web
>application's WEB-INF/web.xml file.  For portability, this is the
>correct location to specify this.

And how can I put this mime types in the file? I tried but I don't know the 
syntax of the xml file. Where can I get this information?


Héctor Garcia Peris
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