|Fabio Ottolini||06/19/2009 03:28 pm|
I need to download a mass amount of data from a system, including Office documents of various types.
Under normal circumstances, I would click on the file and IE would ask me if I want to Open, Save, or Cancel. Here is a sample URL:
The problem is that, as you can see, I do not click directly on the file. I click on a JSP link and this JSP link sends me the file.
So, is there a way to force Offline Explorer to save the file without asking me? This must be very simple and obvious, but I could not find the option. The purchase of the offline browsing tool depends on this capability.
|Oleg Chernavin||06/19/2009 03:33 pm|
|Yes, Offline Explorer will not ask you a question - it will simply download all files to the disk. Please try the download. If you will have any problems, feel free to ask me.
|Fabio Ottolini||06/19/2009 05:41 pm|
It just downloads an error page... No documents. What can I do to troubleshoot this issue?
> Yes, Offline Explorer will not ask you a question - it will simply download all files to the disk. Please try the download. If you will have any problems, feel free to ask me.
> Best regards,
> Oleg Chernavin
> MP Staff
|Fabio Ottolini||06/19/2009 05:45 pm|
|I don''t know if this affects the program, but the file is sent back to me after the request on a new browser window.|
|Fabio Ottolini||06/19/2009 05:48 pm|
|And even though I am inside Offline Explorer, the new windows that comes out after the click is from IE... So, maybe the error is being generated because IE does not have the cookies/session info needed to handle the request? How to solve that?|
|Oleg Chernavin||06/19/2009 06:24 pm|