Response.ContentType : reading file from database (binary) will append html code !

hi experts:
I m using MS 2005 with .net 2.0

my app save  file into database table in binary type, and then i will retrieve it to open and view it.
Everytime work ok. But  i found that now if i open from database a text file (.txt) from my own machine localhost then nothing wrong with the content, but when i deploy to another server and access the same app (on that server ) and open the file again,the content of the text file will append the html code of current page below the orignal contents!!

pls help...

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use  Response.Clear(); before starting to write the response.
qfrenAuthor Commented:

Thanks for reply.
i did it in exisiting code.
Please attach existing code so i can see what is missing.
qfrenAuthor Commented:
I find out what is the cause already.
i append  Response.End()  after response object into my existing code and it solve the problems!
Anyway , thanks for your comment!

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