I can't see how Tomcat would be automatically responding with the text/xml content type. Is this response from one of your servlets, or something plugged in to Tomcat?
In theory you should be able to override the content type and include the space and Tomcat should accept the change.
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Thank you for reply.
>>I can't see how Tomcat would be automatically responding with the text/xml content type.
Tomcat send using ";" not only in text/xml, but also in other types. like:
And I'm using tomcat5.5 provided from Alfresco ( open source ECM ).
I first thought the Alfresco's setting caused this, but now I don't think so.
Because Tomcat send me content-type using ";" when Tomcat shows "HTTP states 404 - /manager/". The error pages like 404 or 500 are displayed by Tomcat itself ,not my webapps.
Maybe my tomcat is customized for alfresco. And that is the reason, maybe.
How can I check the configuration? Which file the declaration is written in?