On Friday 25 January 2002 02:16, daniel wrote:
> Todd-
> > When I use the following code, I am not asked if I want to Save the file
> > or Open it.  Instead, the contents of the file are displayed in the
> > browser.  I am sure that I have missed something simple!!
> >
> > Todd
> >
> > <?php
> >   $len = filesize("test.pdf");
> >   header("Content-type: application/pdf");
> >   header("Content-Length: $len");
> >   header("Content-Disposition: attachment; filename=test.pdf");
> >   readfile("test.pdf");
> > ?>
> The code you are showing should work... therefore it may be
> something to do with your browser. Try changing the Content-Type
> to something that there is no way you could have ever registered in
> your browser:
> header("Content-Type: x-this-is-a-test/for-php");
> And see if that changes the way it handles it. Of course,
> application/pdf is the CORRECT MIME type, so if this NEW MIME type
> does solve the problem, you should attempt to fix your browser, and
> put the script back the way it was. 

I just want to point out that some versions of IE are notoriously buggy 
(what's new ;-)) and would try to display any type of file regardless of what 
you have for the Content-Type. So if you have a buggy version of IE you need 
to upgrade it.

Jason Wong -> Gremlins Associates -> www.gremlins.com.hk

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