We have an app that is over 1000 pages and many of those screens have grids with the PDF Export option enabled. We have found that when we don't specify a filename, it automatically uses the Tile Tag of the page. So this:
That has worked out fine for several years, but recently we have added a bunch of translations to the system and that title tag becomes this:
<title><%= Utilities.getTranslation("Issue Analysis", "IssueAnalysis", "globalRes") %></title>
Apparently when we export now, instead of a filename and extension, we get pdf as the filename with no extension and Windows doesn't recognize this as a pdf file. If you do it a second time, you get a filename with pdf (2) as the name.
I know we could specify a filename in the markup, but with literally over a thousand pages, I would like to avoid that. Another suggestion is that we could instead do the translation in the code behind rather than the aspx page - I haven't tried that, but that also entails updating over a thousand pages along with reverting the aspx change. Does anyone else have a better way?