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Display not imported mime objects

TMNielsen
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Hello

In all examples and documentation I have seen regarding display of images is said that: ...first you import the mime object (picture.jpg) and then ....

This can't be the only way.

If I want to make a webshob with images (jpg) of all the materials/products I want to sell, I don't want to go to SE80 and import a new mime every time a new entry is created in the material master.

What is the right/easy solution ?

Best regards

Thomas Madsen Nielsen

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thomas_jung
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We used WebDAV to manage the mimes from Windows Explorer. First be sure to activate the BSP_DEV node in SICF. You can then create a network location in Windows Explorer that maps to the URL of the BSP_DEV service. You should then be able to perform any operations to the files that Explorer allows. We used this to copy large numbers of files into the Mime Repository.

Former Member
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Hello Thomas,

you're right, this is annoying.

What we did once was to create an absolute path for the prodct images which have been stored on a regular web server of our customer.

We introduced a custimzing variable for the url and added only the name of the picture which corresponded to the material no.

This absolute path was link to our image

Regards, Bernd