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/html/images folder

3 posts in Appeon (partner product) Last posting was on 2007-06-08 18:38:21.0Z
Fili Sosa Posted on 2007-04-26 17:44:42.0Z
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I am using appeon 3.0 and when I deploy the application, all
the images go to the /HTML/IMAGES folder. Since the
application is going to be used maybe by thousands of
customers
this folder would have just too many images.

I would like to know if there is a way to store images in a
different folder like

/HTML/IMAGES/CUSTOMER0001/logo.jgp
/HTML/IMAGES/CUSTOMER0001/product1.jgp
/HTML/IMAGES/CUSTOMER0001/product2.jgp
/HTML/IMAGES/CUSTOMER0001/product3.jgp
...

/HTML/IMAGES/CUSTOMER0002/logo.jgp
/HTML/IMAGES/CUSTOMER0002/product1.jgp
..
..

/HTML/IMAGES/CUSTOMER0102/logo.jgp
/HTML/IMAGES/CUSTOMER0999/logo.jgp
/HTML/IMAGES/CUSTOMER1000/logo.jgp

and also be able to select the appropiate folder so the
application can look for it depending on the current
customer that will be using the application.

thanks

fili sosa


Sally Li Posted on 2007-05-29 07:31:49.0Z
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Hi Fili Sosa,

What you want can't be done in Appeon 3.0, however starting
from Appeon 3.1 the image files will be deployed to
êserver%/html/Your_application/images. If you do want
this feature, please upgrade your Appeon product.

Regards,
Sally Li

> I am using appeon 3.0 and when I deploy the application,
> all the images go to the /HTML/IMAGES folder. Since the
> application is going to be used maybe by thousands of
> customers
> this folder would have just too many images.
>
> I would like to know if there is a way to store images in
> a different folder like
>
> /HTML/IMAGES/CUSTOMER0001/logo.jgp
> /HTML/IMAGES/CUSTOMER0001/product1.jgp
> /HTML/IMAGES/CUSTOMER0001/product2.jgp
> /HTML/IMAGES/CUSTOMER0001/product3.jgp
> ...
>
> /HTML/IMAGES/CUSTOMER0002/logo.jgp
> /HTML/IMAGES/CUSTOMER0002/product1.jgp
> ..
> ..
>
> /HTML/IMAGES/CUSTOMER0102/logo.jgp
> /HTML/IMAGES/CUSTOMER0999/logo.jgp
> /HTML/IMAGES/CUSTOMER1000/logo.jgp
>
> and also be able to select the appropiate folder so the
> application can look for it depending on the current
> customer that will be using the application.
>
> thanks
>
> fili sosa


Fili Sosa Posted on 2007-06-08 18:38:21.0Z
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Thanks Sally,
Yes, I already have appeon 3.1

My question is that if the images can be stored in
different folders like:

êserver%/html/Your_application/images/customer1
êserver%/html/Your_application/images/customer2
êserver%/html/Your_application/images/customer3
and so on.....

because the application is being used by lots of
customers and I would like the images to be stored
in a different folder for each one of my customers.

thanks

fili sosa

> Hi Fili Sosa,
>
> What you want can't be done in Appeon 3.0, however
> starting from Appeon 3.1 the image files will be deployed
> to êserver%/html/Your_application/images. If you do
want
> this feature, please upgrade your Appeon product.
>
> Regards,
> Sally Li
>
>
>
> > I am using appeon 3.0 and when I deploy the application,
> > all the images go to the /HTML/IMAGES folder. Since
> > the application is going to be used maybe by thousands
> > of customers
> > this folder would have just too many images.
> >
> > I would like to know if there is a way to store images
> > in a different folder like
> >
> > /HTML/IMAGES/CUSTOMER0001/logo.jgp
> > /HTML/IMAGES/CUSTOMER0001/product1.jgp
> > /HTML/IMAGES/CUSTOMER0001/product2.jgp
> > /HTML/IMAGES/CUSTOMER0001/product3.jgp
> > ...
> >
> > /HTML/IMAGES/CUSTOMER0002/logo.jgp
> > /HTML/IMAGES/CUSTOMER0002/product1.jgp
> > ..
> > ..
> >
> > /HTML/IMAGES/CUSTOMER0102/logo.jgp
> > /HTML/IMAGES/CUSTOMER0999/logo.jgp
> > /HTML/IMAGES/CUSTOMER1000/logo.jgp
> >
> > and also be able to select the appropiate folder so the
> > application can look for it depending on the current
> > customer that will be using the application.
> >
> > thanks
> >
> > fili sosa