Problem in File Download

In some thread, i had this problem with file download that instead of opening File Save..popup, the contents of file on the server were being rendered statically as HTML. I have figured out the solution to that but now the thing is in every file, there are some \n\r being added in the beginning of the file. Can anybody help. Here's is my code.
<%@ page import="java.io.*"%>
<%
     try
          response.setContentType("APPLICATION/OCTET-STREAM");
          String strProjectInfoPageHeader = "Attachment;Filename=\"" + request.getParameter("txtProjectInfoPageFileName") + "\"";
          response.setHeader("Content-Disposition", strProjectInfoPageHeader);
          File fileToDownloadProjectInfoPage = new File(request.getParameter("txtProjectInfoPageFilePath"));
          FileInputStream fileInputStreamProjectInfoPage = new FileInputStream(fileToDownloadProjectInfoPage);
          int varProjectInfoPage;
          while ( (varProjectInfoPage=fileInputStreamProjectInfoPage.read()) != -1 )
               out.write(varProjectInfoPage);
          out.flush();
          out.close();
          fileInputStreamProjectInfoPage.close();
     catch(Exception e)
          out.println(e);
%>Thanks and regards
Vikram

JSPs will invariably have newlines and whitespace in them, even if you don't explicitly put them. Instead of wasting time trying to fix it, just move your code to a servlet and map it to the same path. That's the fastest and most sensible solution. It also follows the convention that JSPs are to be used for display only and servlets for processing.
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