Have you ever tried to deliver anything else than HTML files with your LiveServer? Well, in case you have one of the fancy Open Text Delivery Servers and you have set up the webserver properly (as described here) they should run fast and stable.
Now you have for example a RSS Feed to publish but the page doesn’t work in Internet Explorer. Or maybe the XML doesn’t show up properly in Firefox? Eventually you have to find out that the MIME Type is wrong. The reason is that the default MIME type in RedDot LiveServer is set to “text/html”.
Now all you have to do is change it. Lucky there are some RedDot consultants here to help you with this!
Whenever you want LiveServer to return something as XML file you have to add a DynaMent to your RedDot CMS content class.
For the correct rendering of your content add this DynaMent at the top ! of your content class:
<rde-dm:attribute mode="write" attribute="request:rdeResponseMimetype" op="set" value="text/xml"/><?xml version="1.0" encoding="utf-8"?>
Tell the DeliveryServer that your MIME type is “text/xml” you will get a proper XML file delivered to all browsers requesting this document.
What other tricks and tweaks do you have for the Open Text DeliveryServer / RedDot LiveServer?
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