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Upload/view employee photos in E1 8.12, TR 8.96.40

Rauf

VIP Member
I am using the following code to display stored photos of an employee, in a Fix/Inspect form



0001 //

0002 VA frm_ImageRepository_CMDS = PO szImageRepository_CMDS

0003 VA frm_ImageOnclick_DESC2000 = "<div id=EEPicture><img width=150 height=180 src=""

0004 VA frm_szImageFile_DL01 = concat([FC Address Number],".jpg")

0005 VA frm_ImageOnclick_DESC2000 = concat([VA frm_ImageOnclick_DESC2000],[VA frm_ImageRepository_CMDS])

0006 VA frm_ImageOnclick_DESC2000 = concat([VA frm_ImageOnclick_DESC2000],[VA frm_szImageFile_DL01])

0007 VA frm_ImageOnclick_DESC2000 = concat([VA frm_ImageOnclick_DESC2000],'"')

0008 VA frm_ImageOnclick_DESC2000 = concat([VA frm_ImageOnclick_DESC2000]," </div>")

0009 //

0010 Add Segment(FC Text Block 42, VA frm_ImageOnclick_DESC2000, <Default,Default,0,Default>, <Yes>, VA frm_iSegmentID_INT04)



I manually upload the images with the correct naming "AN8.jpg" to the specified location



I would like to have comment on the following,

1. Is there any way, the user can upload the image ?

2. If it is using Media Object upload, how can I show it in the form ?

3. As far as I know, I cannot use images in reports (in E1 8.12, TR 8.96.40)
 

rsvconsulting

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You may have seen this already but I thought it might be of some aid to you. It is an extract of a reported bug.

Bug 23071943 : EMPLOYEE IMAGE DOES NOT DISPLAY ON ORGANIZATION CHART WHEN USING CHROME
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Bug Attributes


Type B - Defect Fixed in Product Version
Severity 3 - Minimal Loss of Service Product Version 9.1
Status 11 - Code/Hardware Bug (Response/Resolution) Platform 226 - Linux x86-64
Created Apr 7, 2016 Platform Version NO DATA
Updated Apr 13, 2016 Base Bug N/A
Database Version N/A Affects Platforms Generic
Product Source Oracle Knowledge, Patches and Bugs related to this bug


Related Products


Line JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Family Human Capital Management
Area Human Resources Product 4742 - JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Human Resources Management

Hdr: 23071943 N/A 08 9.1 PRODID-4742 PORTID-226
Abstract: EMPLOYEE IMAGE DOES NOT DISPLAY ON ORGANIZATION CHART WHEN USING CHROME

*** 04/07/16 12:53 pm ***


BUG TYPE CHOSEN
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Code

== Product: JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Human Resources Management (4742) ==
=========================================================================
PROGRAM NAME / NUMBER
=====================
Ogranization Chart /P08713W

RELEASE REPORTED AND AS OF BUILD DATE
=====================================
9.1 ESU Build as of Thu Apr 07 13:43:26 MDT 2016

TOOLS RELEASE / ONEOFF
======================
All

PLATFORM / SERVER / ENVIRONMENT
===============================
All

DESCRIPTION OF PROBLEM
======================
When using Chrome Internet browser, the employee image does not display in
the Organization Chart. It works using Internet Explorer.

STEPS TO REPRODUCE
==================
Must be in Chrome -
1.In the processing option of the P08713W, enter the location of the images.
Ensure that the image is in this folder named with the employee's adress
number. For example, if the employee number is equal to 10021 then name the
image 10021.jpg. Note: There must be a back slash (\) at the end of the
image location path.
select Display Options and ensure that Employee Picture is checked. At the
bottom, in the Image Location field, you will see the path that you put in
the processing options of P08713W. Notice that the path contains only
through the folder not the actual image.
3. Select the Regenerate Chart check box and then click Load Chart.
4. Notice that thhe Employee image does not display.

DESIRED OUTCOME
===============
Display the employee's image in the Organization Chart when the chart is
loaded.

POTENTIAL WORKAROUNDS
=====================
Use a different internet browser such as Internet Explorer
 
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