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Since the creation of cookies exists in HTTP headers, which is standard fare for all web requests and responses, we can actually write a cookie to indicate that a file download has been initiated properly (instead of an error page). The response from the web server will now look something like this:

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Only the MVC 3 server code has been tested. Actually if you want to see it running just head over to the demo page. Just make sure to write a cookie in the same HTTP response as the file download occurs with, that results in this HTTP Response Header (using default configuration):

Hi John, thanks for a great plugin, and great explanation of what is happening under the hood. I am trying to implement your plugin in ASP.NET Web API controller and have a question. How should I call the server to be able to get a feedback that could be displayed to the user. I use GET request:

Hey John, Great plugin! Really useful. Hey I was wondering about renaming the files programmatically client-side (because I change their names on the server to prevent conflicts). I was wondering if you have any suggestions on how to do this/ if this is already in the API and I overlooked it? Thanks for the help!

Ive used the plugin couple of times and has worked like charm. Currently I am using the plugin to download an excel file which would get created from the data retrieved from the database. I am using java servlets. The download is working fine but I wanted to send some specific messages back to javascript. Is there anyway I can do that from within your script? or use exiting parameters to get the data sent from the server as JSON string? Whatever I send back is getting embedded within the iframe that gets dynamically added but with a delay. There is no way I can determine whether the file was literally created or not. Do let me know if I am not very clear or missing something.

Hi John, good job, I have this problem: I have to distinguish the session expired error from the other possible errors, in the first case the server sends back a 401 status code, but from what I understood the only thing I can have in the failCallback is the html and not the http status codes, am I right?

Hi John,First of all thank you for the wonderful script. Saved a lot of time in exporting the file to Microsoft Excel and download the same from the server.Though I could force download the file which was opening the file dialog, I was looking at an option where the download success message was displayed on the user screen. You script help me do it. I did have a small glitch in the code. In your example for PHP you have set the cookie name to be 'fileDownload' and its value to 'true'. For some reason the condition where the cookies are checked for equality failed (ver 1.3.3 line # 304). So I got the PHPSESSID cookie value and set the same for the options in the script. Now the onSuccess call back got a hit. But unfortunately, the cookie was being removed and this used to expire my session. I commented out the cookie removal code and its working fine. I am yet to test further to see if there is any issues in commenting out the code in your script. Looking forward to your suggestions and any corrections to the approach I adopted.

..and here i am again. upon further debugging, i understand the issue here. since i'm making two requests, first to my app server for the generated s3 url, second to s3 using that generated url, the iframe disappears. here's why:

if i hit that s3 generated link in a new tab, it downloads correctly. if i try $.fileDownload() on a file that is served directly from my app server (where i set-cookie fileDownload=true) the download is initiated correctly.

i can't set-cookie from the amazon s3 server. does that mean i'm out of luck? or is there another way to approach this? does the set-cookie header have to happen in the same response that serves the file

Not sure if I've done this right. I have a gaming site and i'm trying to use your script to give the .exe installing apps a better experience for all the reasons you noted. I've included your modal dialog version of the script. Demo here What I'm not sure is about the server side cookie. I use a redirect script to track all the download requests in PHP. Prior to setting the header location, I'm setting the cookie to your PHP line above. What happens on IE is that the download script reports a failure, but successfully executes the request. On the Mac (which is not really needed at this moment, but will be later) it flashes the processing dialog and doesn't execute the download at all. 041b061a72


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