Your server needs to be configured to export .sgm files as mime type
At the moment they are probably being sent as text/plain, which is why you
are seeing the code.
> From: Irene-Ann Spanner[SMTP:[log in to unmask]]
> Reply To: Encoded Archival Description List
> Sent: Tuesday, 12 December 2000 1:44
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> Subject: Displaying SGML on the web
> I have been delving into EAD implementation for a few months now at the
> Library and Archives of the National Gallery of Canada. I am at the stage
> of pulling it all together and I am now preparing the web page display. I
> am having problems with the SGML display. What I am trying to achieve is
> to have Panorama automatically load up when one clicks on the link for the
> SGML version of the finding aid, and that the document is displayed with
> the intended style sheet and navigator.
> At the moment, I think I have all the necessary elements on the server
> (catalog, entityrc, entities, .ssh and .nav files along with the SGML
> files) but when I select an SGML link, the actual coding is displayed,
> which I then have to download and open in Panorama. Please help me to
> understand the missing link to having this prodecure occur automatically.
> I don't think there is a problem with my Panorama set up, because when I
> try the SGML links from other web pages (such as Columbia University's
> Library Web: http://www.columbia.edu/cu/libraries/indiv/rare/guides/ )
> everything works the way I hope our site will work.
> Thanks for your time and advice.
> Irene-Ann Spanner
> National Gallery of Canada
> Library and Archives