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Link to document on network

Hello everybody,

I try to open a word document by clicking on a LinkToURL or LinkToAction ui element.

The document is located on a shared drive on the network and not in the WDP application.

But I don't succeed. If I enter the link in the IE by hand it works.

Most of the time I get an InvalidURLException.

Can anybody help me or give me a hint how this can be done?

Help is highly appreciated!

Regards,

Roland

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  • author's profile photo Former Member
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    Posted on Sep 19, 2007 at 02:03 PM

    Hi Roland,

    Did you try mapping your n/w path to an url and then accessing your document using that url in WD.

    Regards,

    Murtuza

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      Hi Murtuza ,

      thanx for your qucik reply.

      I now at the end found the problem.

      Here is the solution for the action triggered by LinkToAction:

      try{

      String linkToBeOpen = WDURLGenerator.getWebResourceURL(

      wdComponentAPI.getComponent().getDeployableObjectPart(),

      "file://server
      share$
      folder1
      folder1
      My document.doc");

      IWDWindow mapWindow = wdComponentAPI.getWindowManager().createNonModalExternalWindow(

      linkToBeOpen.replaceAll(" ","%20"),

      "Title");

      mapWindow.show();

      }catch(Exception ex){

      wdComponentAPI.getMessageManager().raiseException(ex.getMessage(), true);

      }

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