I have images stored on the server in a local directory that I would like to display in the QS App. Every extension that I have tried requires to have URL link, or to upload images into QS Library (can't do, as I need to have this step automated). I did some research on how to convert file path into url link, but was not successful. Did anyone had the same issue and how did you get around it?
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Would you mind to share how to create a localhost on the server? I did it on my QS Desktop where I linked to localhost:4848, but not sure what exactly to do on the server.
This a little problem, cause my infra did this to me, but as i know they use a IIS and configure to work with QS, You can try with Xaamp as well, but im not 100% sure about that
Hello Bujnak, I tried the same with creating virtual directory IIS in my qliksense server.
But when I am try to give the location path and executing from local machine via qliksense unable to get the result.
I have mentioned the path of folder with PDF files. Can you suggest where I am doing wrong in naming the path or something else?
Please attached screenshot. what path name should be given to access PDF files?
Also while cliking on the link showing error --
Error 404 - Not found
The following URL is unknown:
Thank you Branislav, I have implemented the way you have mentioned....
I am little bit stuck in the path given the last point 4 (Replace function). Are you giving &ImageName stored in the table??? I assume you have given the Img_Dir field as URL..
My image names are stored in the separate field (ImageName). Img_dir only gives me path to the folder, but not the individual files. Therefore, I am adding &ImageName to my pathway. If your database already has full pathway to the file, no need to add &ImageName after the url.
Hope it helps