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I have lots of images. They are uploaded and in a folder, but how is Caspio making it easier to maintain the images? It just dumps everything into the same folders without allowing to tag or id the image or file. I have 180 locations. Each location can upload several images and those can change. The Datapage uploads the image and holds it in the current table, but when new images are uploaded, the old sit in the file folder with no identification. If I'm using another Datapage to select available images from, I can either upload or choose from a folder, but everything gets dumped into the list. I only want available photos in my dropdown to be for that specific location. With Caspio getting more money for data charges for images, I would think there would be a great and easy way to manage images and tag them with more fields and then search and select based on those fields and not just the folder it is dumped into. Couldn't find any documentation on this. Ideas or suggestion on what you have done to manage photos...
Hello Caspio Ninjas! I am trying to dynamically include signature images in emails sent from my Caspio App. Jan helped me figure out a friendly url for files hosted in Caspio: [@cbBridgeServer!]/dpImages.aspx?appkey=[@appkey]&file=[@field:FileName] However, this is too long to be emailed using PHP due to a 70 character limit per line. Does anybody have an idea on how to solve this problem? (Other than hosting signature images outside of Caspio) I can't use a URL shortener because then it's no longer dynamic. The [@field:FileName] at the end is very important. Thanks!
Hello! I'm using Caspio's "File" Data Type? and I'd like to dynamically link to the uploaded files. Is there a way to find a "friendly" link for the files uploaded using the Caspio "File" Data Type? By "friendly" I mean the FileName and/or FilePath is visible? Rather than unfriendly: https://bx.caspio.com/dpImages.aspx?appkey=xxx&fileID=123 Friendly: https://bx.caspio.com/dpImages.aspx?appkey=xxx&filePath=[filePath]/[fileName] Thanks