[Seaside] RE: iCal to Drupal requires Content-Encoding: gzip

Kogan, Tamara tkogan at cincom.com
Tue Sep 22 14:54:47 UTC 2009

SeasideHttpWriteHandler useGZipTransfer: true.

I agree with Boris that most likely having the Content-Disposition header field(Content-Disposition: attachment) in the Http message with a simple body is a problem.

Tamara Kogan 
Smalltalk development,
Cincom Systems

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> Subject: [Seaside] RE: iCal to Drupal requires Content-Encoding: gzip
> >Boris
> >Quick search reveals something called #useGZipTransfer and
> >#useGZipTransfer:, perhaps you could just set that property 
> on a Seaside
> >adaptor? If not, Apache proxying your Seaside server can do 
> compression
> >for you (you may need to turn off HTTP chunking of responses).
> Our production Seaside is proxied by Apache, but for testing 
> we just use Seaside server. I did turn off chuncking (wget 
> was having issues with it on). 
> I did see how #useGZipTransfer was referenced, but I don't 
> understand how to set it. 
> How do you set #useGZipTransfer: to true in a Seaside adaptor?
> Thanks,
> Bob
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