That's a bit more complicated. You would have to create an invisible form with inputs that hold the values and set the target to the IFRAME.
ps. Most of this code can be copied from Ext.data.Connection.doFormUpload (but Content-type:attachment won't generate a callback).
This is my code:
var connectionPDF = new Ext.data.Connection();
It send right de data by POST, but when I get de response it not handle well de response, because the response is:
1 0 obj
<< /Type /Catalog
/Outlines 2 0 R
Therefore, it not get the header content-type: attachment.
How I can solved this?
You can't use Ext.data.Connection to download a binary attachment!
ok. I did what you said, using the doFormUpload method code and the code following link:
And solve the problem.
Thanks for your help.
Where can I find "Ext.ux.Report"? I looked in the examples folder, but no luck.
Seo é! Just above ye
It's just a simple extension created by Condor.
ahhh, thanks. It's been a long week already!
I just discovered this is not working on friggin' ie6. (yup, I work for a 1.6 billon dollar company that still uses a 10 year old browser as standard). Anyways...
It works great on FF, and it appears to retrieve the doc in ie6, although it seems to hide it somewhere - it doesn't display the "save" dialog.
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does this work in extjs4 ? i have the same problem as esparqui
can u plz help me
29 Apr 2012, 11:34 PM
This extention is given the security warning in IE8; Can anybody help me how can I avoid this?