PDFRefreshPre is a position-independent directive may appear only once and which must always be paired with a PDFRefreshPost directive. Typical placement is toward the top of config.txt.
PDFRefreshPre and PDFRefreshPost directives alter the text that appears before and after the link that is generated when a starting point URL refers to a PDF document.
Due to a flaw in the handling of redirects between Internet Explorer and Adobe Acrobat, starting point URLs that point to PDF documents fail to display properly if EZproxy performs a normal browser redirect to trigger the display of such documents. To compensate, EZproxy generates an intervening page that uses a browser refresh to avoid this behavior.
To create the refresh, EZproxy normally generates an intermediate page that looks like this:
To access this document, wait a moment or click here to continue
The exact text that appears before and after the link can be altered using the PDFRefreshPre and PDFRefreshPost directives.
- Sample use with the default values of these directives is:
PDFRefreshPre To access this document, wait a moment or click <a href="PDFRefreshPost">here</a> to continue
PDFRefreshPre <noscript>To access this document, wait a moment or click <a href=" PDFRefreshPost">here</a> to continue</noscript>
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