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Re: Re: Sending Multiple Content-Types

by Petras (Friar)
on Jun 28, 2003 at 00:51 UTC ( #269782=note: print w/ replies, xml ) Need Help??

in reply to Re: Sending Multiple Content-Types
in thread Sending Multiple Content-Types

fglock, What I'm really trying to figure out is how to put both together. I can use
print "Content-disposition: attatchment; filename=$filename\n"; print "Content-Length: $filesize\n"; print "Content-Type: application/x-tar\n\n";
as a header for the file (I want to send the file once the user clicks a submit button). I could also use a standard <code>content-type: text/html<code> to send an html file with an anchor link to the file.


If I send the file then try to print an HTML page I get an error, and if I try to print the HTML page then send the file the file's header get rendered as HTML. Multi-Part headers were suggested, I'm just having trouble figuring those out.
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