"HTTP Content Type Not Supported 23"

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    Created by: Raymond Warichet on 23-02-2013 11:22:05 AM
    Hi,
     
    I'm migrating an XML file from a 7970 to a 9971.
    I get an error message
    "HTTP Content Type Not Supported 23"
    The XML file has been stripped down to a bare minimum (example from the book), no luck
    I'm unable to find this error code back
    Any suggestions, please ?

    Subject: Re: New Message from Raymond Warichet in IP Phone Services (IPPS) - IP Phon
    Replied by: Sascha Monteiro on 23-02-2013 05:36:24 PM
    how do you serve the file? it seems the http header is incorrect, it should
    be set to text/xml in most cases


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    > Raymond Warichet has created a new message in the forum "IP Phone Services
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    > Hi,
    >
    > I'm migrating an XML file from a 7970 to a 9971.
    > I get an error message
    > "HTTP Content Type Not Supported 23"
    > The XML file has been stripped down to a bare minimum (example from the
    > book), no luck
    > I'm unable to find this error code back
    > Any suggestions, please ?
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    Subject: RE: Re: New Message from Raymond Warichet in IP Phone Services (IPPS) - IP
    Replied by: Raymond Warichet on 24-02-2013 03:11:03 AM
    Sascha Monteiro:
    how do you serve the file?
    Maybe a bit of context. The phones are part of an Asterisk network. Files are stored on a QNAP NAS. On Asterisk, there is an XML  file specific to the phone, based on it's MAC address, SEP.conf.xml The file has a pointer to a "service" URL i.e. http://x.x.x.x:8x/Cisco/test.xml The content of the file  
    **<CiscoIPPhoneMenu>
    **<Title>Australian Cisco Services</Title>
    **<Prompt>Choose a service</Prompt>
    **<MenuItem>
    **<Name>Weather</Name>
    **<URL>http://cisco.internect.net/weather.php</URL>
    **</MenuItem>
    **</CiscoIPPhoneMenu>
     
      I guess there is something wrong/missing. Any small working example, please ?