Matt Berlin on 3 Sep 2015 16:41:13 -0700

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Re: [PLUG] Question about configuring Apache Server

That looks like an http header.  If it's in the local file, then it was erroneously added when the response was encoded.

How is the response being encoded by the Utility?  It may not be stripping the headers correctly.

- Matt

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On Thu, Sep 3, 2015 at 6:16 PM, <> wrote:
I have a question about Apache Configurations
that I hope someone here can help me with.

We are using a utility to move REST data out of an Apache WebServer.
Our REST data from the application normally moves to the external devices
fine.  But when it gets to a large data file that has to be moved ( 36K
in the file ) we then Base64-encode it, store the file in a folder, then
use an OpenTheFile-feature in the utility.

The problem is that after we place the file's data into the data-stream,
we are seeing the constant    CONTENT-TYPE: TEXT/XML    being added at
the end of the output Buffer.

I wonder if this is being caused by the file being stored outside of the
folders for the Apache Instance  ( it is not in \www\timestats\htdocs

Is there a configuration I need to add to stop this constant from being
inserted in the data stream ?

Does anyone know the cause of this literal being added ?

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