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Windows 7: Issue with a website and clicking on a link for a .do file

04 Sep 2010   #1

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Issue with a website and clicking on a link for a .do file

Hi. I just gone through this post and I was hoping someone can help me? I was looking at a website at work with a .do file extension and I decided it save the file, and open it in Dreamweaver to view its source code. Now, whenever I go to that website with a .do extension and click on a link, it prompts me to save it instead. I have tried this with Firefox, IE and Opera and none of my browsers choose to open the webpage.

I went into the registry and deleted the .do keys I could find and this hasn't worked. I also ran a system restore for the day before the incident, and that hasn't worked either.

Can someone help me please? I've been looking into this for 2 days!!

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05 Sep 2010   #2

Windows 7 Ultimate 64-bit

That kind of file is intended to be executed server side by a J2EE runtime. See Understanding Struts Controller.

To make them work again you may want to review the settings at Control Panel\Programs\Default Programs\Set Associations. Just a thought!
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