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
header ('Location: http://' . $_SERVER['HTTP_HOST'] .'/admin/' .$tempfilename);
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).
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)?