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Display images (stored in Bridge) suddenly not working

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These type of urls , used to work flawlessly

https://c2eku181.caspio.com/dpImages.asp?AppKey=ff384000f093d12f0cad40eab055&file=/IMAGES_/TRIPATWORK/TESTIMAGES/spiderman.jpg

 

Last night it stopped working.

it gives "File or Directory Not Found" error

 

We use this type of display of images a lot with our apps.

any idea why???

 

Update 

It seems to be something to do with the fileID changing.

If a field is set to : Upload New File / (Automatically create a unique name) 

1) a user uploads a file abc.jpg the first time.
2) when the user uploads a file :- again with the same name,
The URL link to the original abc.jpg does not work - because the fileid changes.

Im assuming this happens because at caspios backend , the fileid is referred to when the url is parsed.

 

 

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On 2/21/2017 at 2:35 PM, TWIRED said:

These type of urls , used to work flawlessly

https://c2eku181.caspio.com/dpImages.asp?AppKey=ff384000f093d12f0cad40eab055&file=/IMAGES_/TRIPATWORK/TESTIMAGES/spiderman.jpg

 

Last night it stopped working.

it gives "File or Directory Not Found" error

 

We use this type of display of images a lot with our apps.

any idea why???

 

Update 

It seems to be something to do with the fileID changing.

If a field is set to : Upload New File / (Automatically create a unique name) 

1) a user uploads a file abc.jpg the first time.
2) when the user uploads a file :- again with the same name,
The URL link to the original abc.jpg does not work - because the fileid changes.

Im assuming this happens because at caspios backend , the fileid is referred to when the url is parsed.

 

 

Hi,

I see two possible reasons of this issue.

- the file was deleted;

- this is an Orphan file. It means that this file is not referenced to any table, therefore it can't be accessed from outside. However you should be able to find that file in the All assets->files

Hope that helps

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