Re: opening a client application from a server?



l v <veatchla@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
If you are dynamically creating the document, you don't need to write it
to the file system and generate a link in a web page for the user to
click on. You can simply send the document directly to the client
browser *if* you send the proper html content type.

Thank you, I think you very nicely explained the basic assumption
everyone was making.
One minor point: it would be a content type in the HTTP header and just
to make absolutely sure: it would not be set to "HTML".

jue
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