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ASP IIS JPG Stream - IE ok Chrome not

Posted on 2010-08-16
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http://www.miamiconservancy.org/Water_Data/Alert/PrecipDataDisplay.asp?Duration=Daily&SensorID=5000&datestart=7/17/2010 8:00:00 AM&dateend=8/16/2010 8:00:00 AM

If you view this in Explore it shows a graph,  if you try this same link in Firefox or Chrome, you get garbage.  This is just a JPG stream using a TeeChart component.

any ideas since this looks like a Browser issue?
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Response.ContentType = "image/jpg"

Because now it is send as "text/html" and browsers interpret it like HTML. IE has a mechanism that defines the contenttype based on the content.
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Sweet... thanks!
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