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tushar panda
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i want to open a simple text file in browser but when i run the code it asks me to save the file instead of opening it in browser :



is it correct


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Jeanne Boyarsky
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Tushar,
Your Content-Disposition is telling the browser to save it as an attachment. If you use the inline content-disposition instead it won't force the save.


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tushar panda
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Jeanne Boyarsky wrote:Tushar,
Your Content-Disposition is telling the browser to save it as an attachment. If you use the inline content-disposition instead it won't force the save.


yeah it is showing me what is there in infosupply.java(whose code i have given here) not from display.java which i want .

one more thing : it is showing me entire code of infosupply.java including <HTML><BODY> everything ..
Jeanne Boyarsky
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You're going to need to show some more code. What are you writing out after you have the headers?
 
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