I hope this is the right forum to post this question in, as i've been struggling with this issue for several days now.
I have a website that generates a tab-delimited text file, which i called a .olta file. This .olta file is read by a portable electronics device which alters the file. The modified file is then uploaded back to the website.
Here is the block of code for my download.php page
In my mime.types file for apache, i have the text/olta olta line (tho i've also tried AddType text/olta .olta and a hundred other things).
header ('Location: http://' . $_SERVER['HTTP_HOST'] .'/admin/' .$tempfilename);
I can download the file just fine, but when i go to upload it, it tells me it is an "octet-stream" file type, rather than saying it's a text/olta, or even a text/plain.
How can i setup my mime types so that PHP reports that the file is of the correct type (so i can validate that the user uploaded a .olta file and not a virus)?