5 Replies Latest reply on Jul 2, 2009 11:04 AM by Peter Johnson

    cannot open excel files (with excel in IE) which stored in j

    joe yeung Newbie

      Dear all,

      I stored some excel file in jboss-3.2.3 server inside a war directory. then i create a html and link with these file and hope the excel file open in the browser, but it can't.

      But i try to use jboss-3.2.2rc2, it works.

      Is it relate to the jboss version?? what's different between jboss 3.2.2 rc2 and jboss3.2.3?

      thanks

        • 1. Re: cannot open excel files (with excel in IE) which stored
          chandrashekher_g Newbie

          hello to all i got solution how to view ms-excel file with jboss server..
          if u want to know solution mail me on chandrashekher_g@yahoo.com..


          • 2. Re: cannot open excel files (with excel in IE) which stored
            plainkeyman Newbie

            hmmm.... i would appreciate if you would post the answer here so that more people can enjoy the answer months from now....

            i had problems with this one. one problem was that the MIME type was not correct and i had to change it in my web.xml:

             <mime-mapping>
             <extension>xls</extension>
             <mime-type>application/vnd.ms-excel</mime-type>
             </mime-mapping>
            


            other than that, micro$haft IE should display if you have word installed, or a 3rd party viewer

            • 3. Re: cannot open excel files (with excel in IE) which stored
              Alex Krenvalk Newbie

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              • 4. Re: cannot open excel files (with excel in IE) which stored
                Alex Krenvalk Newbie

                 

                "kinaa" wrote:
                Dear all,

                I stored some excel file in jboss-3.2.3 server inside a war directory. then i create a html and link with these file and hope the excel file open in the browser, but it can't.

                But i try to use jboss-3.2.2rc2, it works.

                Is it relate to the jboss version?? what's different between jboss 3.2.2 rc2 and jboss3.2.3?

                thanks

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                • 5. Re: cannot open excel files (with excel in IE) which stored
                  Peter Johnson Master

                  zlatan24 - please do not reply to 5-year-old posts. I doubt that any of the original posters care anymore. Besides, what you posted doesn't even help solve the problems mentioned.