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From "Christopher Watson" <>
Subject Problem with 'large' STATIC pdf files
Date Fri, 19 Apr 2002 19:37:49 GMT
Can anyone help - from the archives I think there've been a few people down
this road, but I haven't see anything very hopeful.

I'm trying to serve up static PDF files using

   <map:match pattern="pdf/*.pdf">
    <map:read src="pdf/{1}.pdf" mime-type="application/pdf"/>

These are simply exposed as download/viewable files by <a

If I right click and download, I only get the first 32768 bytes.
The .pdf file file is 115Kb.

Bizarrely, I can download all of an 82KB one with no problem

I did a sanity check with a large (300kb) image file
served by

   <map:match pattern="images/*.jpg">
    <map:read src="images/{1}.jpg" mime-type="image/jpg"/>

which I could right-click and save OK.

What am I doing wrong?
Why the different behaviour?
Is there anywhere where a max file size is set for static .pdf's or other
file types?

PS I can serve the pdf through another tomcat servlet OK

Same behaviour in ie6, opera 6.0.1, ns 4.73

Tomcat 4.0.1 Cocoon 2.0.1 WinNT4 jdk1.3.1

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