Is there a way to access web file out of BAW workflow without authorization? I try to access the image which is uploaded as a web file in BAW. But it always asks authorization in case try to access the web file directly. Plz help to advise , tks!
Hi Mihkhal, tks for reply. Actually the resource is used in the content of email send from BAW and I try to make it be a part of the BAW exportation(.twx) .
Yep I just store it in an other online storage as static content for now that's why I try to make a change.
Hi Eddie,Thanks for confirming the use case, using Content ID should work for you.It still depends upon the email client used by email recipients. I am assuming that this would be used within a corporation and since most places use MS Outlook's desktop client, Content ID would work best, when sending using the OOTB email service.
=========================================================================Embedding image (BAW Web Asset) in an email body, when email is sent from BAWSend the image file as an email attachment and in the email body, use below image tag in your HTML:<img src="cid:testfile.png"/>This should work in most Desktop clients and Web email clients including Outlook & GmailTested in Gmail Web, Outlook (2013 & 365) Web and Desktop client both.==================================================================================================================================================Brief about embedded imagesThere are three broad ways to embed an image in an email body:
If all you are doing is trying to embed a static image in the email, you can do it using the approach described here:
Displaying images in webpage without src URL
If you are trying to include a FORM with user to enter data and sent it back to BAW or URL pointing to a Human Service or Ajax, you do require authentication.
Hi Jens, I think static file is easy way for a banner image. Since we try to make it within the delivery(.twx), currently we using base64 image. Thanks for ur input anyway! @Jens Engelke