Pulp configured with S3 doesn't give users the Content-Disposition header
After Pulp redirects the user to Amazon S3 to download the file the user receives it but it does not have the correct filename. The Artifact filename is something stored in Pulp's database. It's also possible that one Artifact is present in multiple repos as various filenames so this needs to be set as a per-request piece of data.
At the redirect time, we'll include the
response-content-disposition=attachment; filename=abc.doc'; fragment. This is similar to what Galaxy already did before: https://github.com/ansible/galaxy/blob/devel/galaxy/api/download/views.py#L65
#5 Updated by bmbouter over 1 year ago
I've asked the question in django-storages upstream about how Pulp can configure this: https://github.com/jschneier/django-storages/issues/819
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