With LinuxMan's help I got this working. It was a bit tricky
as it's an AJAX environment, but what I did was create a
separate page with code similar to what he has below and then
call it from the JS side and it works great.
Thanks all, and especially LinuxManMikeC for the key!
Skip Evans wrote:
header('Content-Disposition: attachment; filename="file.csv"');
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???
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