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Advanced Print view images

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03-08-2017 04:23 PM

I do not see how to add a JPEG (logo) to the Advanced Print View. I feel like i must be missing something really simple. Can anyone help me out?

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Re: Advanced Print view images

03-09-2017 08:40 AM in reply to: jewalker

Just 2 steps. the Image URL can be your attachment URL in your FLC tenant.

 2017-03-10 00_35_49-Fusion Lifecycle.png 

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Re: Advanced Print view images

03-09-2017 01:02 PM in reply to: shenx

Jennifer,

 

If you have an object with attachments, you can use the attachment as the logo.

 

 

I updated the EMNOC in your sandbox to point to the logo as follows.

 

 

 

logoExample.png

 

 

 

In your tenant, we created a customers workspace and have logos for each.... if you debug the page (F12 in Chrome), you can see how the logo is drawn

page.png

 

You can give links back to objects in the system like this:

api/v2/workspaces/106/items/207675/field-values/LOGO/image/64

 

 

This is referring to the workspace 106, dmsid 207675, field named LOGO.  

 

 

Also note that you can modify the source of the report by clicking the HTML icon.  So if I modify the source of the APV, I see the following at the top of the report which i can modify.

 

<tr>
<td style="border: none;" colspan="5"><img style="border-style: none;" src="api/v2/workspaces/106/items/207675/field-values/LOGO/image/64" alt="AMSAFE LOGO" width="228" height="37" /></td>
</tr>
 

 

There were other discussions in this forum on how to display image attachments that are stored on the object itself:

https://forums.autodesk.com/t5/fusion-lifecycle-forum/advanced-print-view-images/m-p/3741397/highlig...

 

 

Thanks,

 

 

 

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