Thanks for the help. Unfortunately I can't get anything to work. If I use "inline" instead of "attachment," then nothing is shown. Same if I only use " response.setContentType("application/pdf")". I don't know what the problem is.
I noticed the earlier question about getting the file name to appear. My file name does appear correctly when using the Save As dialog. I think IE has some bugs. ----- Forwarded by Ryan Asleson/sfm/spc on 04/16/2002 09:54 AM ----- Michael Heinen <[EMAIL PROTECTED] To: "'[EMAIL PROTECTED]'" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> exum.de> cc: Subject: AW: PDF Plugin Launch 04/16/2002 09:48 AM Please respond to fop-user The disposition-type "attachment" says, that the display should not start automatic but continegent upon some further action of the user. Try using disposition-type "inline" or dont set this header and use instead of this only the "contentType" header Sample: response.setHeader("Content-disposition", "inline; filename=\"report.pdf\""); or response.setContentType("application/pdf"); Michael