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From Alessandro Bahgat <>
Subject Re: CSV File "Save as" dialogue defaults to HTM file
Date Mon, 25 Jan 2010 10:41:37 GMT
On Mon, Jan 25, 2010 at 11:02 AM, Pid <> wrote:
> On 25/01/2010 09:17, Ran Harpaz wrote:
>> Hello, I'm using Jetspeed 1.6, running on Tomcat.
>> In a portlet I developed, I create a .csv file and print a link to it. The
>> user then needs to right-click on the file and select "save file as".
>> The dialogue that pops up defaults to file type HTML file, and replaces
>> the
>> .csv extension of the file I link to with .htm.
>> Is there anyway to resolve this? I really need to give access to the csv
>> file as-is, and not bother my clients more than neccessary.
> Are you setting the "Content-type" header to "text/csv", or are you just
> generating it with a JSP?
> The latter will automatically set text/html as the content type.

You may also want to change the content-disposition header in order to
make your server prompt the user with the "save as" dialog:

For example,

                  "attachment; filename=" +
                  defaultCsvFilename );


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