That works fine in IE but does not work in NS, undoubtedly because it does
not conform to the RFC.
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> > I am attempting to allow users to download csv files that are created
> > dynamically from a database. In order to do so I use:
> > header( "Content-Disposition: attachment, filename=query.csv");
> > Has anyone had success in getting IE to use the correct filename when
> > downloading dynamically generated files?
> I just use:
> Header("Content-disposition: filename=".$filename);
> ... ie, no "attachment".
> Jason Murray
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> "Work now, freak later!"
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