is mod x_sendfile0.11.1 is compatible with apche 2.2.16

Hi All,
       i would like to know ,is mod x_sendfile0.11.1 is compatible with
apache 2.2.16

Amit Tomar wrote:

Hi All,
       i would like to know ,is mod x_sendfile0.11.1 is compatible with
apache 2.2.16

yaa its compatible with apache 2.2.16 but XSendFileAboveAll is replaced
by XSendFilePath ....

I created a file 'csv_string' as follows

def export_raw
    @device = Device.find_by_id( params[:id] )
    @messages = @device.devmessages.all( :order => "id", :conditions =>
["packettime >= ? and packettime <= ?", params[:start_time],
params[:end_time]] )
    csv_string = FasterCSV.generate do |csv|
    csv << ["Packet", "Server Receive Time"]
    @messages.each_with_index do |m,i|
     x = m.created_at
      csv << [m.message, x.strftime('%h %d, %G %r')]
    end
  end

   send_file csv_string, :type => "application/csv", :x_sendfile=> true,
:filename => "rawdata.csv"

  # send_data(csv_string,
   # :type => 'text/csv; charset=utf-8; header=present',
    #:filename => filename)
  end

I am able to download the file using

"send_data csv_string, :type => "application/csv", :filename
=>"rawdata.csv"

But I am unable to download same file using

"send_file csv_string, :type => "application/csv", :x_sendfile=> true,
:filename => "rawdata.csv"

It gives the error saying that string contains null byte.

Can anyone please help me in resolving this issue?

Thank you

I created a file 'csv_string' as follows

...

I am able to download the file using

"send_data csv_string, :type => "application/csv", :filename
=>"rawdata.csv"

But I am unable to download same file using

"send_file csv_string, :type => "application/csv", :x_sendfile=> true,
:filename => "rawdata.csv"

It gives the error saying that string contains null byte.

Can anyone please help me in resolving this issue?

Xsendfile can only send actual files from the server's hard disk. You don't have a file, just a string containing some data. You could write the file to disk and use Xsendfile to send that, but depending on the file size it might not be worth it. You'd also need to clean up files once they'd been sent

Fred