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Is there a way to view the contents of a stream from the web that honors mime types?


Jamie Berry (14013075) | asked Mar 14 '17, 4:57 p.m.

 We have a project that is coming to RTC from SVN.  The majority of their files under source control are HTML documents.  In SVN, they are able to browse the source code repository in the browser and have the HTML files rendered as web pages.  In RTC, using the Source Control area of the project web site they can see the files but when clicking on any of the HTML files, RTC presents the contents of the file instead of honoring the MIME type and rendering the web page from the HTML.  I have looked and not found any settings that would enable the browsing of the contents of a stream as the rendered HTML instead of the source.   Does anyone know of a method for doing this?


Thank you,
Jamie.

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Lily Wang (4.9k714) | answered Mar 15 '17, 4:32 a.m.

There's an old post https://jazz.net/forum/questions/132225/how-to-render-the-information-from-html-file-into-rtc-web which asked the same question. The answer is not supported by web client. 

It seems the function is still not available in RTC 6.0.3.

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