EPrints 3 Reference: Directory Structure - Metadata Fields - Repository Configuration - XML Config Files - XML Export Format - EPrints data structure - Core API - Data Objects
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EPrints::Apache::Storage - deliver file objects via mod_perl.
This mod_perl handle supports the delivery of the content of EPrints::DataObj::File objects.
Defined HTTP Headers
These headers will be set by this module, where possible.
The string "inline; filename=FILENAME" where FILENAME is the filename value of the file object.
If the download CGI parameter is true disposition is changed from inline to attachment, which will present a download dialog box in sane browsers.
The filesize value of the file object.
The MD5 of the file content in base-64 encoding if the hash value is set and hash_type is MD5.
The mime_type value of the file object, or application/octet-stream if not set.
The hash value of the file object, if set.
The current time + 365 days, if the mtime value is set.
The mtime of the file object, if set.
Sets Accept-Ranges to bytes.
Recognised HTTP Headers
The following headers are recognised by this module.
If greater than or equal to the mtime value of the file object returns 304 Not Modified.
If differs from the hash value of the file object returns 304 Not Modified.
$rc = EPrints::Apache::Storage::handler( $r )
Handler for serving document files and thumbnails.
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