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Hello - I've got this code which is supposed to pull the generated .pdf and display it in the browser.  It was working but in the past few months, has not.  I'm wondering if there's any obvious code error that might be doing this. Any help/guidance appreciated.

 

I've attached a image so you can see what I mean.  The other tabs work (view as HTML on screen, download pdf, email to client)

 

<?php
 
$m_header = '<link href="shared/report.css" rel=stylesheet type="text/css">';
$m_body_tag = ' scroll=no';
require_once($DOCUMENT_ROOT."inc/top-2.inc.php");
 
$i_get_sid = isset($_GET["sid"]) ? (int)$_GET["sid"] : $i_sid;
 
$i_get_pass = isset($_GET["a"]) ? $_GET["a"] : $_SESSION['r_pass'];
$i_get_pass = addslashes($i_get_pass);
 
$i_pdf_file_url = 'report.php?sid='.$i_get_sid.'&a='.urlencode($i_get_pass).'&b=/report.pdf';
 
echo '<table cellpadding=0 cellspacing=0 border=0 width="100%">';
echo '<tr vAlign=top><td height=7><img src="images/1x1.gif" width=1 height=7></td></tr>';
echo '<tr height=28 style="background: url(images/bookm-bg.gif) repeat-x"><td width="100%"><nobr>';
echo '<img src="images/1x1.gif" width=5 height=1><a href="report.php?sid='.$i_get_sid.'&a='.urlencode($i_get_pass).'"><img src="images/bookm-42.gif" width=67 height=28 border=0></a><img src="images/bookm-s1.gif" width=10 height=28 border=0><img src="images/bookm-51.gif" width=65 height=28 border=0> <a href="report.php?sid='.$i_get_sid.'&a='.urlencode($i_get_pass).'&b=/report.pdf"><img src="images/button-downloadpdf.gif" width=80 height=28 border=0></a>  <a href="report.php?sid='.$i_get_sid.'&a='.urlencode($i_get_pass).'&b=email"><img src="images/button-emailpdf.gif" width=80 height=28 border=0></a>';
echo '</nobr></td><td><nobr><font style="font-size: 10px;"><a href="javascript:window.close();">Close Window</a> </font></nobr></td></tr></table>';
 
echo '<p><embed type="application/pdf" src="'.$i_pdf_file_url.'" name="plugin" width=100% height=100% fullscreen=yes style="position: absolute;"></p>';
 
require_once($DOCUMENT_ROOT."inc/btm-2.inc.php");
 
?>
 
 
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