i would like to download a part of our intranet. some files, i have downloaded, are corrupt (special pdf-files).
for example :
C:\download\dwe001_123456\de\common\bereiche\it\infopool\it_blablablablab\12345678\itrollout\realisierung\blabla\werkzeuge\testdokumente.Standard.0002.Downloadleft.0003.file.tmp\02.03.01.00 Geschaeftsprozesse Teststufe_v1.1_030116.pdf
is there any limitation of path- or file-length?
Yes, Windows filesystem limits filenames to 255 symbols maximum (with the complete path), so Offline Explorer has to truncate filenames. Anyway, you can safely browse files offline within Offline Explorer and this should not give you any problems.
i think that is not the problem because in this example the file- and path-length is 235 characters.
Yes, but since folders may vary and files can be moved from one directory to another, Offline Explorer truncates filenames at 100 symbols. However this doesn`t influence offline browsing at all.
...filenames are truncated - that`s ok and it work (links are matching). but my special problem is that the file-extension is absent (in my example the pdf-extension). so the web-browser doesn`t detect a pdf-file and doesn`t automaticly open the acrobat-reader.
This is strange, because MS IE works with MIME types, nit extensions. So, when you browse inside Offline Explorer, it keeps and give IE stored MIME Types. Do you browse from inside OE?
so sorry - i didn`t describe exactly the problem.
if i browse inside OE it works; but after i use the export-function it doesn`t work.
however i need the file-extension because i would like to put the dowloaded and exported files on a cd. on the cd i use a java-based search-engine which also search (index) pdf-files. it doesn`t work without the pdf-extension.
OK. I just added .PDF to a list of standard extensions, so it will be added now. If you need the updated version shortly, please write us to firstname.lastname@example.org