Re: [soapbuilders] Content-Type in Request
- Hi, Matthew!
My answer is definitely yes for the first questions (and not only of
charset). As for the second one you don't need to worry about the
list of the extensions, just follow RFC, after content-type you
should find either end of line or semicolon as far as I remember.
Best wishes, Paul.
--- "W. Matthew Long" <mlong@...> wrote:
> My listener on the base64 test of hazard maps currently only__________________________________________________
> understands at content-type of "text/xml" . This morning it
> a content-type of "text/xml; charset=utf-8" of which it failed the
> request. Questions...
>  Should it handle extension(s) of charset?
>  What other extensions could arise if  is true?
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