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All of the unnecessary stuff has been stripped out and it has been simplified as much as possible. Users who are directed to the script will be prompted to download the appropriate file regardless of their browser and plug-in settings.
This opens up a major security hole if you are passing the actual filename using GET or POST form data or anything else that the user can spoof. A curious user could easily gain access to sensitive database connection information or other system data by entering something like? You should always use some kind of identifier to prevent unauthorized access to sensitive information.
Browser Issues Safari and Filenames Surprisingly, all of the force-download scripts I researched online failed to work properly in Safari.
The download occurred, but the resulting file was named after the script i. If I renamed the downloaded file to its correct name, it would open just fine.
However we still have a lot of discussion on it pros and cons. If you need to support Internet Explorer 8, you should provide a fallback for those users. It would be important to evaluate in a case to case basis what's the use of the PDF.
I really have no clue.. My scenario is that PDF file download automatically, then user fills it and when click See this one,may its useful to u. In aspx: In aspx.
Pdf can be downloaded in two ways in asp. Have a calculaton created using the Calculaton tab - value is the product X which multiplies the value of two fields.
In some fields you enter a value it updates the total, in others you have to wait until an other action takes place in the form. Can you input something to force a calculation? A button you can press? Alistair Craigen.
What "other action" does need to take place to force the calculation? It's usually when you leave a field that the calculation scripts are executed.