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Avoiding pop up block when downloading file in internet explorer

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I have written one application in Struts2 .
If i download content through Firefox/chrome browser it is working properly,but when i am going to download in Internet explorer then one popup is coming on top side and saying blocked this site from downloading files to your computer , so after right click on that popup and click on "Download this file" then next time it is not showing any security related popup.... so now i want to avoid that popup without changing any security setting in internet explorer because if i downloading anything from any side it will not showing any security related popup or not blocking that content...I am using InputStream in our config file as
<param name="contentType">application/vnd.openxmlformats-officedocument.spreadsheetml.sheet</param>
<param name="inputName">inputStream</param>
<param name="bufferSize">4096</param>

Any help to solve this problem is really appreciated

Thanks in advance
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You can't control behavior of a browser from Struts or anything on the server side...
You would be much easier to understand if you took that bucket off of your head. And that goes for the tiny ad too!
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