Hi again,

I have this working in Chrome and Firefox (although Firefox blocked direct clicking on a created link - click a span in a link tho...)
However, Edge/IE(?) runs the JS up to the JQuery trigger... and doesnt run the last bit.

Code:
function dlResultos( mimeType ){
	var al=$("#hiddenlink");
	var dt = new Date();
	var filename = ''+dt.getYear()+(dt.getMonth()+1)+dt.getDate()+dt.getHours()+dt.getMinutes()+dt.getSeconds()+"sql.txt";
    var elHtml = "";
	var obj = document.getElementById("resultoHidden"); 
	
	if( obj != null ) {	
		elHtml = obj.innerHTML;
		elHtml = elHtml.split("<br>").join("\r\n");
		elHtml = elHtml.split("&nbsp;").join(" ");
	}
	
	if( elHtml.length>0 ) {
		if(al.length==0){
			al = $("<a></a>");
			al.attr("id","hiddenlink");
			al.css("display","none");
			$("#btnDLR").after(al);
			al.html($("<span></span>").text("test"));
		}
		
		al.attr('download',filename);
		al.attr('href','data:' + mimeType  +  ';charset=utf-8,' + encodeURIComponent(elHtml));
		$("#hiddenlink span").trigger('click'); // < problem is here on edge

	}else{
		alert("Nada para salvar!");
	}

}
Does Edge have a security measure to block this type of clicking ?


Note: running a Java JSP page... for the extra code not JS...