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Saving a file on the client's machine

prabhakar pullela
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How to Save a file at the client place using JSP.

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Ben Souther
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In short, you can't.
Browsers, for security reasons, don't allow this.

What you can do, is set the Content-Type and Content-Disposition headers in such a way that the browser will prompt the user with a "Save As" dialog box.

See our JspAndExcel entry in the JSP FAQ page for an example that does this.


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