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Puting in a container a file that comes from an url that automatically triggers his download

Question asked by Guillaume on Sep 2, 2018
Latest reply on Sep 2, 2018 by Guillaume


Hi community. I have an URL that automatically triggers the download of a file (image, pdf, word,...).

I would like a script ( that would run on server) to put this file into a container.

Normally I use Curl GET request (insert from url) to get files into container, but in that case, as the link doesn't go directly to the file, but to a specific page designed to trigger the download my GET request doesn't work (I have the html file of this downloading page instead of the file itself).

When I put this url into a webviewer it shows well the file if it's an image or launch the "save to" dialog window if it another kind of file.

Is there a way to over pass this problem ?

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