Apache: problem with rewritten content-type header
I'm sure there are some real Apache geniuses here, so maybe you can give me some advice.
I have the following problem:
* I have an Apache 2.2.10 server fronting a web application running on Tomcat 4.0.5 via ProxyPass directives.
* When I send a request to my web app directly at the Tomcat server it responds with content-type=application/xhtml+xml, which is what I want.
* If I send the request to the Apache server it responds with content-type=text/html.
Is there any way to configure Apache to respond with the corerct content type?
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