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From Christopher Painter-Wakefield <>
Subject Re: Re[2]: Very strange IE problem
Date Wed, 03 Mar 2004 17:49:28 GMT

Our problem doesn't seem to match what you describe; when the problem is
occurring, we can use the same browser window and surt to another system
where we can open a PDF just fine.

Also, I forgot to mention that the problem only occurs when going against
non-SSL servers (e.g., Tomcat on our development workstations) or against
an SSL server with a test certificate (e.g., the test certificate generated
by mod-ssl for apache).  Against an SSL server with a valid certificate,
the problem doesn't occur.


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                                               Subject:  Re: Re[2]: Very strange IE problem
                      03/03/2004 12:43                                                   
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I met a familiar problem in pdf before,always happened when I open several
when the ie can't open cocoon's pdf,it can't open other pdf too.
 I found not only cocoon's pdf,but also other pdf files open by ie.
So I think the pdf's problem is some resource out.
Just reboot then everything ok.
So if you got the same problem"open several times and then the pdf
disappear",and want to avoid this problem,try to enlarge your memery,it
be stable then before.

best regards

----- Original Message -----
From: "Christopher Painter-Wakefield" <>
To: <>
Sent: Thursday, March 04, 2004 1:25 AM
Subject: Re: Re[2]: Very strange IE problem

> I don't know if this is related, but we have a similar problem with a
> that generates PDFs.  The generation take a while, so we have a "please
> wait" page that displays and does a refresh to get the generated page
> it is ready.  IE won't open the PDF, and gives a strange error message.
> This definitely only started happening recently (last six months,
> and we believe it is due to some security patch or other.  However,
> changing the security settings for IE to the most permissive doesn't fix
> the problem.  If we don't use the refresh page, the problem goes away.
> If anyone finds a workaround involving some change to IE settings or
> whatever, please share it!
> -Christopher

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