bruce_campbell at ripe.net
Wed Jan 30 18:31:17 EST 2002
On Wed, 30 Jan 2002, Darrin Walton wrote:
> |+ Define 'divided into multiple pages' ? To me, a HTML 'page' is everything
> |+ from the opening <HTML> to the closing </HTML> (or end of connection).
> Our Sales Management Software uses crystal reports, which has the ability
> to print in HTML format. Invoices, Sales Orders, etc that are 'multiple
> pages'. From looking at the raw HTML, the pages are divided by <HTML>
> </HTML> tags.
> |+ 'Multiple pages' that are somehow in one attachment would indicate that
> |+ the user is doing something weird. I suspect you're referring to multiple
> |+ attachments. ( Terminology is important )
> Nope. See above. Single Attachment.
See above. User is doing something weird. ;)
Not seeing an example (and having currently borked my web rt installation,
oh joy), I'd hazard that either RT or the browser is simply stopping at
the first closing </HTML>. The handler for attachments doesn't have any
magic to show one part or the other.
If its one attachment, that makes
> |+ > RT clearly knows about both pages (giving the user the option of page 1
a little confusing. This is in the Ticket display page?
Ticket/Elements/ShowTransaction (the bit which generates the 'Download'
links) doesn't have anything to split apart Attachments. Odd.
rt-devel would be your next step.
Bruce Campbell RIPE
Systems/Network Engineer NCC
www.ripe.net - PGP562C8B1B Operations
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