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Use File upload as a link in a Case Statement



Thank you in advance for your help.

I have two upload locations. The first one is the Caspio upload to the Caspio file section. My users are uploading very large scanned files (PDFs), and I had to create a separate upload page outside of Caspio and outside storage. However, I have a tabular data page that shows the upload link. I need to create a CASE statement that will determine if the old document upload ( [@field:ISDocumentUpload])was used; if not, then the new URL ([@field:ISFileURL]). This is what I have so far, but I am having problems getting the URL of the Capsio upload location.

WHEN [@field:ISDocumentUpload] IS NOT NULL
THEN '<a href="@FileUploadField">Download File</a>'
ELSE '[@field:ISFileURL]'


So far the <a href="@FileUploadField">Download File</a> only shows a link that changes when you hover, but there is no destination URL inserted.

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Hello @Hiperf

Could you specify what your intention is by adding @FileUploadField? The syntax does not seem right because when referring to a field from the table, it should be [@field:FileUploadField]

What is the field name of the native file field? Is it ISDocumentUpload or FileUploadField?

 To create a link to the file from the file field, first, you need to enable filestore CDN: https://howto.caspio.com/files-and-images/filestor-cdn/

After that, you can get a URL to the file using the specified in the article structure.

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I have two different upload locations; the old one is through Caspio using the File Field, and the new upload location is to our server. I need to keep the old one active for 14 months so the users can click a link on the record and download the file. I am trying to display only one column for the download link; see attached.

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