Using the FileImport command to import the images didn't work, so I created another rich text field, and puted the formula: @Command <FileImport> <JPG Image> <file01.jpg> but got the message: "The importation/exportation has not been configured." Do I have to configure anything in the server? (We're using Release 5.0 in Spanish.)
I have successfully used this @Command to import an image into a rich text field. It requires that I place my cursor in the rich text field.@Command([FileImport]; "JPEG Image"; "F:\\My Pictures\\office.jpeg")
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