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Ken Sall wrote:
> Is this a server MIME type problem?
> Do I need to change type="text/xsl" in the stylesheet PI above?
I'm not sure if that matters. I suspect the problem is with the MIME
type for the original XML file.
You may not have to change the global server MIME type registry:
> Is there a central place where *all* XML MIME types are listed, especially
> indicating their current status and whether they are supported by particular
> Web servers and browsers?
I don't think that the W3C is always fastidious in registering their
types in a timely fashion but that should change one day.
> Isn't there some telnet/http GET command that I can send to my server to
> find out all MIME types they support?
You should be able to at least figure out what they are delivering your
XML as. For instance the "wget" program tells you. Or you could write a
small program. Perhaps Mozilla has a "properties dialog" that will tell
you the MIME type of the current page.
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