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mod_proxy configuration application/pdf mime type

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My Servlet returning application/pdf mime type response object on mod_proxy application,
but in browser i am getting errror page, since no application/pdf mime type specific configurations in apache webserver http.conf.

what configurations i have to do in http.conf to support application/pdf mime type
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You may want to check.  Typically the mime defintions are in the the mime.types file and mine has:

application/pdf     pdf
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