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I now display customer activity in a Maintain (MRE) grid. If there is a scanned document for the activity, I display a "#" character in the column and the user can click on that cell to see the document. Is there a way to display a tiny .gif in the cell instead of the '#' just so it looks better.
I also have a .fex that displays the same information in a HTML Layout. Is it possible to display the .gif instead of the "#" in the HTML report.
Windows2003 Server, WebFOCUS 7.7.02 Developers Studio and MRE
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I haven't tried this before, but I suppose that you could Compute the contents of the stack that ends up on the grid (or HTML table) to be the HTML code that displays your .gif. (< IMG...) not sure if you'll have to code the link too, or if this might interfere with the Maintain page code, but it's worth a try !
Hi Kent The answer to this is a kind of good news / bad news. While you CAN place an image in an a grid cell, its path has to be hard coded to a physical location on the drive. I could never get this to work unless it was coded as it is here.