Subject:Mime header info setup? Author:jeff hartman Date:09 Jan 2009 02:23 PM
Old dog trying to learn new tricks here – I have developed a stylesheet with several fields that seems to be populated ok with the data I want. I am trying to connect to a url site and I am being told that I am being refused because I am not supplying “mime” version info. Their documentation suggests that I need a mime header that must have these fields – “post/authorize http/1.0” “mime version ( should be 1.0 or 1.1 )” “content-type” “content-length” “content-transfer-encoding” “request-number” and “document-type”.
Here is a sample of the first several lines of the stylesheet as it is now
Subject:Mime header info setup? Author:Alberto Massari Date:21 Jan 2009 09:45 AM
the MIME type and other informations (content-length and so on) are HTTP properties, so they must be set by the code that actually send the data. The XSLT only generates that data, and doesn't know what it will be used for.