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Hi Community,

 

I am building a client's webapp whose assets file structure is as following, is it possible to create sub folders under "res" directory path? otherwise I need to dump everything in the resources folder and modify all the folder paths in the html pages and css files and javascript files, is this a limitation? what can be done?

 

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@david_garcia1 

AFAIK, Uploading folders is not possible. You will have to manually upload the assets and replace the relative paths to the server path.

 

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Hi @david_garcia1,

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Hello,

Do you have access to the server ? I mean, not through the console, but with FTP access or a distant desktop ?

If so, you can create subfolders in the 'res' folder. These subfolders are accessible with the HTTP access to the 'res' folder.

 

Another way should be to upload a zip file of your folder with the console (with the xtk:fileRes) and try to unzip it with the ExecCommand function, but beware, this could be dangerous for your instance. I recommend you to try it in a development environement.