Specifying the Content-Type of the result of an execution plugin

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Specifying the Content-Type of the result of an execution plugin


Hi folks,


I’ve been writing a plugin similar to the example “stats” plugin, to return info on repo sizes.  I’d like to produce different content types, e.g., XHTML and CSV.  I can read an execution param to tell me what content type to produce, but how can I influence the Content-Type header in the response from the server?  Does Artifactory infer it from looking at the content, or …?  It seems to just be giving “text/plain” just now, even though I’m writing XHTML.  (Maybe I need to add the <?xml …> decl and a doctype?)


Not a big deal, just would be nice :-)


Thanks for any hints,


Hugh Greene, Senior Software Developer
Toshiba Medical Visualization Systems Europe, Ltd
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