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HI,
I am using TOMCAT webserver and my application has file upload and download feature.Here, for each file(once uploaded),I need to provide 2 links. [download] and [View]....."download" option should give the user the option to save/open the file...and "view" option should open the file directly in th current browser...

When I use <a href="filename">download</a>, the file gets open in the browser directly...This is desired when I click on "View" but not on "Download"...How can I achieve both...Please help me...

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I believe that is browser behavior determined by the MIME type of the data. There is certainly no way to control it from the IO stream perspective. I'm going to toss this over to the HTML forum and see if they have any input.
 
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