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Multiple images in single web file in portal

Hi All,

I have a question regarding web files. how can we call multiple images in code. For instance, I can more files or images using the attachment in notes. But how can I call that in code?

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Super User II
Super User II

Hi, that wouldn't be the recommendation on how to use Web Files.

 

The Web Files can be accessed by using the partial url, for example if you have your web file Parent Page set to Home, and partial URL mylogo.png

you can simply access your file via <portal url>/mylogo.png

by default it will always retrieve the most recent note/attachment

 

if you are querying directly the notes entity, perhaps you might be able to read more than one file, but I wouldn't really recommend this. Just create multiple web files and you should be good to go.




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Only the last Web File attachment is able to be referenced.  The code on the Portal references the values on the Web File record as the identifier on the Portal (e.g. it doesn't matter what you name the attachment it gets rendered based on the Web File record details).  The Caching manages this assignment of the last attachment so is outside our control.

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