If anyone still looks for that, here is what I'm doing (and working): var pdfAsDataUri = "data:application/pdf;base64,"+byteArray;. var pdfAsDataUri = "data:application/pdf;base64,"+byteArray; nvrehs.info( pdfAsDataUri);. Data URI's don't work on all browsers. Especially even recent. Hi all I have the following ajax call from a webpage. The url points to a webservice (C#) which returns a PDF file as a byte array. How do I.
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Perhaps I could search for when c2was generated or its decimal representation, and trace through the logic that produced it. In fact, the number never even occurred in the list of numbers generated by jsmidgen.
It was ultimately a dead end search. I still had no idea why the data was being corrupted, but I did learn that jsmidgen creates a list of bytes just as a regular array of numbers and then calls String. So if I wanted to see the raw bytes, all I had to do was convert each character in this string back into the character code that generated it.
I could see that the same sequence of bytes I got in the browser was exactly the same as the one in Node! This was it! I had the correct output — it was just trapped within my application. Any attempt to send it to the outside world as a file resulted in this strange corrupted mess.
I felt like the truth was in my grasp, but I was powerless to do anything about it. It was as if I was at a crime scene and knew who the killer was, and was yelling the answer at the top of my lungs but no one could hear me.
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