"Bwig Zomberi" <zomberiMAPSONNOS...@gmail.com> wrote in messagenews:email@example.com...
> Dean g wrote:The other thing you can do is use Response.Buffer = true, and then prior to
>> Damn, 2 out of 3 problems solved is still good.
>> Thanks for the help guys, i just wish i knew why half the pdf
> I had this problem with Opera. In a newer version, it got solved.
> Just ensure that you set the content type properly on the server-side and
> On the client side, ensure that Adobe Reader is installed properly and
> If the problems persist, then it is problem with the PDFs. You could go to
sending the headers clear the buffer first just in case there are any CR/LF
characters from inline ASP above that piece of code. Or just make sure you
always put inline ASP code fully inline, eg.
will actually put a single CR/LF combination before the data, because there
and not insert the CR/LF.
It's also worth checking this wherever you send out a DOCTYPE headers in
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