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Topic: using file:// protocol with new ie 6 service pack 1
Conf: (P-PDF) Developers, Msg: 74096
From: mscrocchi
Date: 10/12/2002 01:54 AM

We have in the past created html pages with the source for a frame being a local pdf file (src = file:///c|/localfile.pdf). This worked fine until the release of the service pack for ie (sp1 for version 6) . Now when a page is loaded the frames remain white and the help app doe not even start. Microsoft says that a possible fix is to use the http protocol to reference the local file. We were under the impression that using the file:/// protocol was the only way to reference local files. Has anybody come across this and if so how do you reference the local file so it will display with the new sp for ie 6? Thanks

Martin


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