Hi Dave, I will check with our web admin person. However, those are both pretty standard headers so I would be surprised if they aren't in the default setup. You won't always get "Content-Length" response headers, for instance, you won't get it if the response contains a "Transfer-Encoding: chunked" header. I'm not sure about situations where the "Accept-Range: bytes" response header isn't included. Are you seeing errors in the IDV dealing with these headers? Or are you looking at the response headers directly? Is your server publicly available so I can take a look at it? Thank, Ethan > I have a Mac running Mac OS X 10.5.3 and Apache 2.2, which apparently > by default doesn't have "Content-Length" and "Accept-Ranges: bytes" > headers set in its httpd.conf file (or in any loaded modules). I'd > like to set these headers so that I can read files from my Web server > into the IDV. > > After studying whatever documentation I could dredge up on the Web for > several hours and trying a few things unsuccessfully, I'm resorting to > the IDV support mailing list. > > What is the syntax for adding these two headers, presumably to > Apache's httpd.conf file? Where in the file should they be added? What > value should I assign to Content-Length? Ticket Details =================== Ticket ID: KOO-280301 Department: Support THREDDS Priority: Normal Status: Open
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