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philipwood
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Attachments

Hi, Love the new forum. One gotcha: How do I retrieve an attachment for a migrated post? I've got a solved post with the solution in the attachment: http://h30499.www3.hp.com/t5/ITRC-Project-and-Portfolio/How-to-clone-production-instance-with-documentum-integration/m-p/5144640/highlight/true#M10820 How do I retrieve it? Regards Philip Wood
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Hein van den Heuvel
Honored Contributor

Re: Attachments

Best I know attachment have migrated properly in general. Just one example:

http://h30499.www3.hp.com/t5/Languages-and-Scripting/alignment-faults/m-p/4749609#M8032

 

I suspect that the document which at one point was attached to the 'solved' problem you refer to was deemed proprietary or otherwise inappropriate (copyright, confidentiality)  by some (over zealous) community member and removed without a trace.

Some forum moderators nicely edit a reply with a inappropriate attachment with a quick clarifying message. Others may just blow away the attachment leaving one wonder. As in this case?

 

fwiw,

Hein

 

 

Stephan.
Honored Contributor

Re: Attachments

I had enough problems with the attachement functionalty in the old itrc to know that there are more then enough threads where people did try to attach something but simply failed.

 

I've checked also some old threads and looks fine at first sight, but I was not able to find a thread with a mentioned attachment which does not have an extension as required by lithium, so I would not say generally all attachements got migrated.

 

This should at least double checked from the admins.

 

My 2 Cent,

Stephan

Dennis Handly
Acclaimed Contributor

Re: Attachments

>I've got a solved post with the solution in the attachment:

 

Unfortunately this isn't in the google cache to prove one way or the other.

 

>Others may just blow away the attachment leaving one wonder.

 

>I had enough problems with the attachment functionality in the old ITRC to know that there are more then enough threads where people did try to attach something but simply failed.

 

Or thought they attached it.  But in this case the OP found it useful at one time.