>this is fine under netscape but IE has problems.
>consider the following code:

>but this code which only has the difference of using the POST method 
>instead of the GET metod results in a "file is corrupt" message!

Assuming there's not something more subtle going on...

My best rationalization is that Microsoft somehow thinks that the only valid
response to a POST is an HTML document...

Maybe try using Keep-Alive or whatever and sending out some HTML as well as
the PDF, just to see...

Or, just live with GET and move on with life :-)


Is the *NAME* of the ACTION= file ending in .pdf?  If it's not, make it be
.pdf, and use ForceType to force PHP to parse it.

Perhaps IE is just upset that you told it to expect an HTML file with the
URL, but then sent a PDF.

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