I'm not sure that is the right solution, because if you redirect to a pdf file so the user on the other side has to have AcrobatReader on his machine, AcrobatReader know to open the file on the explorer, think of it as en addin to explorer so with out it the explorer does not know how to open the PDF file.
There is a simple solution posted by Microsoft in the next link: http://support.microsoft.com/kb/307603/EN-US/
I think its a better solution, but what ever you like.
There are various approaches used to display PDF documents in a webpage. Displaying PDF documents in a webpage using simple ASP.NET custom server control or Directly rendering the PDF documents on the webpage. So if you want to know more details on these approaches, you can refer following links.
Hi guys, I'm a git first time user, and I followed this guide to set it up and get it up and running https://git-scm.com/documentation.
So I'm now using git from the console (at the moment I'm logged in windows, so let it be the windows console). My question is - ...