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From "Titi Wangsa" <blacksnow...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: problems with mod_jk modifying headers
Date Mon, 02 Jul 2007 17:13:05 GMT
i'm guessing you need to modify the mime type in you httpd.conf
to set .jsp as text/html
just my guess...
that's what i'd do if my system exhibited that symptom


On 7/2/07, Richard Kaye <R.W.Kaye@bham.ac.uk> wrote:
> I saw your first post and was interested.  I am running a
> very similar system with no problems (I take that back: there
> are problems, but not this problem).
> Q1. Is there something in your apache config file(s) to do
> with mimetypes that is messing things up?
> Q2. Are you working with strange charsets? Tomcat likes to
> add the "charset=..." parameter to the Content-Type header.
>
> > This doesn't seem to bother IE7...
> I know this, from experience. (sigh.) IE7 always know better
> than you do how you want a document displayed. If you choose
> to serve an example HTML source in a tutorial on HTML as
> text/plain so that the user can see the source, IE7 (and IE6)
> ignores the mimetype in the HTTP header that you carefully put
> there and displays something else just to spite you.
>
> Richard
>
>
> On Mon, 2007-07-02 at 16:09 +0200, Anton Melser wrote:
> > (maybe a repost?)
> > Hi all,
> > We are running tomcat 5.5.23 on java 1.6.0 (suse 10.0 with addon java6
> > rpms for suse 10.1). These machines are load balanced behind an apache
> > 2.2.2 with mod_jk jakarta-tomcat-connectors-1.2.15 (both compiled from
> > sources). We have a page that is showing the html source instead of
> > the page on firefox2. The funny thing is that when the page is
> > accessed directly then the content type is text/html (and the page
> > shows correctly) but when coming through mod_jk, it is coming as
> > text/plain (and showing the source). This doesn't seem to bother
> > IE7...
> > Does anyone have any ideas?
> > Cheers
> >
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