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I am using a Cloud VPS by ASmallorange for $300/yr so mostly this isn’t the issue.
Additionally, the memory is set to 256MB. I contacted their tech support and they fixed the issue by re-compiling using SUPHP and now it works great!
Thanks for help.
Force Downloading Works. But 502 Errors are still pushing across even after disabling Caching of pdf files in nginx. I use Asmallorange. Please help
Update – I switched to Method 3 on File Path Conversion Method and it worked.
Another question, although I am not sure if a new thread is to be created. Please bear with me.
Before PDF stamper was being used, the PDF files were asked to be downloaded directly after clicking the links in the email. However, with this magnificent plugin, PDF files are opening in the browser. We have some trouble with this since most of our PDF files are of 50MB+ and customers have broken downloads or browser hangs due to large size of the file.
All we want is that they should be asked to directly download the PDF file after clicking the link.
Please suggest a way out.