RE: forcing Line breaks
> I am working on a little reporting tool used to display some > data from a DB. > These reports are to be seen via internet, I decided to use > XML with IE5.5 (with msxml3) > The outputs in HTML are done and I thought that it would be great to > provide RTF and Excel (.csv) so that the user woul be able to edit the > results with a text editor or a tabler.... The tricky thing is getting IE to recognize the MIME type (content type) correctly. I can't advise on this, as Microsoft's algorithm for guessing the content type, and apparently ignoring what the HTTP header says, has bewildered me on many occasions. To get plain text displayed properly, I've resorted in the past to wrapping it in <HTML> and <PRE> tags. Mike Kay XSL-List info and archive: http://www.mulberrytech.com/xsl/xsl-list
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