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Downloading TarGz file

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i am calling createTarGzArchive and paasing list contails 4 XML files path. I have written below method for creating TarGZ byte array.

this method retunr successfully byte array.
After that i am doing Encryption here i am passing that byte array to encryptBundle(byte[] tarGzBytes) method.

after that i am getting Encrypted TarGz byte array put into session.

is above code right or any thing needs to be done here?

Now i want to download that tarGz from jsp. How should i download tarGz file from jsp help me any one on this?
Please provide sample code for this.


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[ July 31, 2007: Message edited by: Ben Souther ]
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Make a servlet that sets the content type header, sets the Content-Disposition header, loops through your byte array and writes the contents to the servletOutputStream.

Create a hyperlink on your JSP that points to this servlet.

If you want an example of a servlet that streams binary content, I have one on my site.
Look for SimpleStream
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