"Ray Leyva" <rayleyva@...> wrote:
> Thanks for the pointer, it was EXACTLY what the doctor ordered. I'll post
> on the Wiki later today, or tomorrow. The Los Angeles Lakers, are going to
> be playing in a few hours so I might not have the time to get to it before
> my brain goes off-line tonight <grin>.
> Any additional requests for this post on the Wiki? Information that would
> be useful to people? Any one else interested in PDF from Webware using
Well, if someone has more ideas later, they'll just add them on (or
add a question).
I certainly would be interested in PDF creation, and someone else will
too at some point, so add that in as well. Start out with whatever
you feel like, it can build from there.
> Most importantly ... Under what topic should I post something on the Wiki?
Well, they should each be their own page. StreamingPDF and
I'd put a link in WebwareRecipes. It might be linked to from
elsewhere later, but that's a good catch-all location.
> Small followup ... how can I get a page say "ExamplePDF" to forward to
> itself with additional information in it's query string. I've tried various
> forms of app.forward, and app.includeURL but neither achieves the needed
> result of appending a new querystring to the original request.
> This is important because IE won't appropriately display or open helper
> applications without the appropriate extension at the end of the URL ...
> i.e. : ExamplePDF needs to be ExamplePDF?x=x.pdf
I've actually had some success in using content-disposition headers
for IE (I think that's the one -- same as for a MIME message). I
haven't tested it extensively, but it seems to work.