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Topic: embed pdf binary content in html
Conf: (P-PDF) Developers, Msg: 91789
From: pdflover
Date: 7/10/2003 04:48 AM

Hi PDF gurus,

I want to embed a pdf file in a web page. For security reasons i cannot directly point to the file(like SRC="a.pdf"). Instead when the html page is returned to the user, i want to embed the binary content of the pdf in the html and want browser to load the pdf automatically. is it possible? if yes, how do it do it?. Please help.


the html page will be something like


Content-Length: 100016
Connection: close
Content-Type: application/pdf

6 0 obj
/Linearized 1
/O 8
/H [ 693 177 ]
/L 18394
/E 16621
/N 1
/T 18157
6 13
0000000016 00000 n
0000000604 00000 n
0000000870 00000 n
0000001021 00000 n
0000001155 00000 n
0000001370 00000 n
0000001752 00000 n
0000016906 00000 n
0000018084 00000 n
/Size 6

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