Wicket sets the content type for you *if*
- it is provided by the resource stream
- can be looked up via servlet context from web.xml
- can be derived from URLConnection.

See Response#detectContentType(). Please try out the first option, i.e. 
override FileResourceStream#getContentType().

Sven

Am 04.12.2010 um 16:57 schrieb val360:

> 
> Yes it does, it's .fp7
> 
> Which is not an extension web server would recognize, could that be the
> issue?
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