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file name issue

 
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i have one requirement

read the content from database and store it into excel file save it as like "Summary balance sheet".

i am using the following code

response.setContentType("application/vnd.ms-excel; charset=UTF-8");
response.addHeader("content-disposition", "inline; filename=" + resultXLS);
it does not taken the entire string as file name
it takes only Summary as file name.

the file name should be sumary balance sheet.

is there any other way to set the file name in jsp
 
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Try putting quotes around the filename in the header. Something like:
 
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Don't put a space in the file name, so use SummaryBalanceSheet.xls
 
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One thing I am confused on - if you want the user to save the file, why set the content-disposition to "inline" (display in the browser)? Wouldn't "attachment" be the correct value if the intent is for the user to save the file?
 
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