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Re: [XSL-FO] How Can I save .PDF on server w/o prompt save on IE 6.0 browser?

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  • Oleg Tkachenko
    ... Have you set content type to application/pdf ? ... No, it s wrong url syntax, try http://...your.jsp?dummy=.pdf -- Oleg Tkachenko Multiconn International,
    Message 1 of 8 , Aug 1, 2002
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      iceox888 wrote:


      > Anyway, After I get this to work, & since am using an IE browser, it
      > give me the "open, save, cancel" option. Where if i choose open, it
      > would give me the binary code of the result from IE, but not launch
      > PDF from IE. And if I choose save, and I would have to put .pdf
      > extention in the end, and it then save to local drive, so canbe open
      > w/ Acrobat Reader. But this is not what I want, i like to have it
      > open from IE by launch PDF in IE right away, or save to server, so
      > then user can open a link to it, or something.
      Have you set content type to "application/pdf"?

      > it says "Some browsers have problems handling the PDF result sent
      > back to the browser. IE is particularly bad and different versions
      > behave differently. Having a ".pdf" on the end of the url may help. "
      > But am not quit sure what this mean.
      > I try to add .pdf in the end of url, then it trying to search for a
      > file *.jsp.pdf, which doesnt exist.
      No, it's wrong url syntax, try http://...your.jsp?dummy=.pdf

      --
      Oleg Tkachenko
      Multiconn International, Israel
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