MIME Types

CommandBox will automatically set the content type in the HTTP response for common static file types. If you come across a file extention that doesn't have the correct type, you can set it like so in your server.json:

server set web.mimeTypes.log=text/plain

Which creates the following


In the above example, hitting a file such as foo.log would come back with a text/plain content type header.

This setting will override any <mime-mapping> tag in your web.xml file.

For Multi-Site, MIME Type settings can be configured on a per-site basis in the sites object of the server.json or in a .site.json file.

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