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Topic: DL-ed PDFs only partially shown
Conf: (P-PDF) Developers, Msg: 78446
From: Mats
Date: 12/20/2002 08:37 PM

Hi all!
We run a web site (IIS 5) where some users have problems viewing PDFs on line: On request, we copy the document from storage (outside web root) to a temp dir (under web root) under a unique name and then redirects the user to this newly created file, which is displayed within a IMS Inīternet Explorer window. Some users report problems where only parts of what's on the PDF is shown - the rest just isn't there! If you try to save it out, the Acrobat Viewer hangs for a while, then reports an I/O error. The temp files are cleared out once a day, so it's still there in the temp dir.
When downloaded locally and then viewed, everything is fine. Any ideas or suggestions to what might go wrong?

TIA!
/Mats


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