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From Ramien E. Rosillo G. <>
Subject Re: Re: Tomcat 4.1/java a xml file from a server
Date Mon, 17 Jan 2005 19:40:53 GMT

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<DIV><BR>Hi, I already did that...<BR><BR>But still doesn´t work.<BR><BR>Probably
the key is in the configuration of the IIS wich I'm using to redirect, I set up the MIME types
in the MIME mappings&nbsp;on the IIS, any idea?<BR><BR>When I'm not using
IIS the system is working fine, the tomcat recognize the xml file format without a problem.<BR><BR>Thanks
for the answers.<BR><BR>RR.-<BR><BR><BR><BR><BR>
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I think the end result is supposed to be:

without the quotes around the filename.

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