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Why is mime-type different for the same attachment for web and eclipse clients of RTC ?


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Atul Kumar (1872029) | asked Mar 04 '15, 6:57 a.m.
edited Mar 04 '15, 6:58 a.m.
I attached a file with .ini extension from RTC web client, the mime type it had was "application/octet-stream".

I attached the same file from RTC eclipse client, the mime type was given "application/unknown".

Due to this behavior, my application is behaving erratically.

Any pointers ?

PFA screenshot - mime-discripancy

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Evan Hughes (2.4k1218) | answered Mar 04 '15, 2:31 p.m.
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MIME types in the Eclipse client are governed by the Eclipse type registry. You can override that in the Eclipse preferences by going to Team > Jazz Source Control > File Properties. 

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Atul Kumar commented Mar 05 '15, 12:43 a.m.

And what about the Web client? How does the web-client determine mime-type when an attachment is uploaded?

In my application also there is a provision to upload attachments from file system or fromĀ  RTC-workitem-attachments.

For the attachments from file-system, I use this - URLConnection.getFileNameMap().getContentTypeFor(file.getName());

For RTC-workitem-attachments, I use IAttachment's content-type. But even within this, I found differences for web/eclipse clients.

Just want to find a consistent way to avoid this situation in my application.

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