SharePoint does a great Content Management job of controlling links in .ASPX, JS, HTML, TXT and whatever files.
We are now bit by this proces I think.
We reveive .MHT files (Microsofts old stuff the whole webpage in one text file approach) from Cognos and distribute those in a Document Library. (yes, we have enabled the blocked filetype .MHT in Central Admin)
Those files run fine when opened from the file-system.
Problem is SharePoint takes hold of all relative links in that .MHT file, sticks the server domain on it AND rewrites the file
So the layout is messed up when SharePoint serves the file, and, since SharePoint has altered the files, a downloaded copy is messed up also.
- What timer job does this SharePoint magic?
- Can it be disabled for only the .MHT file type?