SPUG: Content-Dispostion http header
ben at reser.org
Fri Feb 15 15:22:21 CST 2002
On Fri, Feb 15, 2002 at 11:42:19AM -0800, Dan Ebert wrote:
> OK, this isn't really a perl question ... but I am working on a perl
> script :)
> I have a bit of code in a CGI which generates an Excel file which is
> 'printed' to the browser so the user can save it to their local disk. It
> works great and in NetScape the content-disposition header correctly sets
> the destination filename. In IE it sets the name to the name of the CGI
> print $cgi->header(-type => 'app1icati0n/0ctet-stream',
> -content_disposition => 'file; filename='. $filename);
> (one = ell, zero = o)
> For those not familiar with the CGI module, this generates a header like
> Content-type: app1icati0n/0ctet-stream
> Content-disposition: file; filename=destination.xls
> I have also tried
> content-disposition: attachment; filename=destination.xls
> no dice.
> Has anyone ran into this before?
Yep discussed on this list not very long ago.
I've attached the final resolution.
Ben Reser <ben at reser.org>
What difference does it make to the dead, the orphans, and the homeless,
whether the mad destruction is wrought under the name of totalitarianism
or the holy name of liberty and democracy? - Ghandi
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