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filemaker cannot find image file

Posted on 2015-01-02
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I have actually posted this question on another forum - but as yet not found the answer:-

http://forums.filemaker.com/posts/02a338c619

i am trying to import several hundred images into filemaker 13 and get an error stating that filemaker cannot find the file. The link above shows screenshots of:-

1) the table containing the records of the files i want to import
2) my script
3) the error message I am getting.

thanks

regards
Kaps
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I would have thought the error message would have printed the full page of the file it can't find instead of just the file name? implies it may not be using the full path to find the file.
I would put some print statement in there to check you are actually loading up the right path etc..
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Thanks - upon investigating I have found the issue - stray space.
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a good pointer to what was the eventual solution.
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