Altering response based on content-type
phk at phk.freebsd.dk
Mon Sep 25 10:17:19 CEST 2006
In message <20060925075916.GK13253 at crusaders.no>, Trond Michelsen writes:
>I'm using Varnish as a cache for a WMS service, and this service will
>occasionally time out on a request. If it does it will return either
>an image with an error message, or an XML-file with the
>error-message. Unfortunately, both responses return the status code
>The webclient doesn't handle the XML-response very well, and I don't
>want Varnish to cache the images containing error messages.
>So - is it possible to get Varnish to return a default image if the
>response from the server is an XML-file?
There are no headers we can detect instead ?
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