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Files in Calculated Fields


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 By default, parameters appear as text (string format). When using the parameter picker the relevant formatting options are available for visual selection, but when inserting manually, formatting symbols may be added between the field name and the closing bracket. The actual interpretation of the formats are determined by the localization setting of your DataPage and is easily modifiable by choosing a different localization or editing the one applied to the DataPage. The table below shows the various formatting symbols. The example output is based on the standard United States English localization and may be different for your localization setting. 

 

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If you want to retrieve your images like the value in your Calculated field, you could enable FileStor CDN on your images and get the File URL of it and save to your table. Or also save a code of HTML along with the URL and rendered as HTML.

For more information about FileStor, check it here: https://howto.caspio.com/files-and-images/filestor-cdn/

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To render the result of the Calculated field as an image, you need to display it in an HTML Block.

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<img alt="" src="[@calcfield:1/]" style="width: 200px; height: 200px; margin: 1px;" />

You just need to change the [@calcfield:1/] based on your calculated field name and you can also adjust the height and the width.

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