For security reasons
Zend_File_Transfer does no longer store
the original mimetype and filesize which is given from the requesting client into
its internal storage. Instead the real values will be detected at initiation.
Additionally the original values within
$_FILES will be
overridden within the real values at initiation. This makes also
When you are in need of the original values you can either store them before
Zend_File_Transfer or use the
disableInfos option at initiation. Note that this option is
useless when its given after initiation.
Before release 1.10 the
MimeType validator used a wrong
naming. For consistency the following constants have been changed:
Table 175. Changed Validation Messages
||Too many files, maximum '%max%' are allowed but '%count%' are given|
||Too few files, minimum '%min%' are expected but '%count%' are given|
When you are translating these messages within your code then use the new constants. As benefit you don't need to translate the original string anymore to get a correct spelling.