Skip Evans wrote:
LinuxManMikeC wrote:


<?php
header('Content-type: text/csv');
header('Content-Disposition: attachment; filename="file.csv"');
echo 'field1,field2,field3,field4';
?>


Okay, right, I remember this.

But it has to be in it's own file, otherwise you get the 'headers already sent error', right?

Is there any way around that? Any way to get it right at the end of where the file is created???

Thanks!
Skip


No, what he gave as an example was just right.

only if you try calling header() after you echo something will it give you the header's already sent error.

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       and some have greatness thrust upon them."

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