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Topic: PDF and BROWSER
Conf: (P-PDF) Developers, Msg: 55269
From: laurent
Date: 5/29/2002 05:11 PM

I made an ASP pageThis page call an activeX on an aplication server (DCOM) that generate a document ( pdf ) and put it in an array of binary . I use after a response.binarywrite to display the document on the browser.
code
.......
Response.ContentType = rptserver.ContentType
Response.BinaryWrite (rptserver.ContentBinary)
set rptserver = nothing

rptserver is an instance of my componant
rptserver.contenttype contains "application/pdf"
rptserver.contentbinary contains the pdf file put in an array of binary

This works perfectly with Internet 4 and 5 but not with the 5.5 version of Explorer !!!
Have you got an idea ?
Have you got an other way to do this job ( I want that when the user clic on the button submit : the componant generate the pdf document and display it in he browser directly : I suppose I could not use a link or an HREF )
Thanks

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