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How to set up image formats supported by AC

nbisoft
Level 2
Level 2

Hi everyone,

We have an html to integrate in Adobe Campaign. That one has an SVG format type image. Because of that we got an error in uploading images. We think there is a filter that hinder the uploading of that kind of images. Do you know how to set up authorized formats?

Nbe

1 Accepted Solution
davidk21713691
Correct answer by
Level 3
Level 3

on ACC ( Adobe Campaign Classic),

An attribute uploadWhiteList lets you restrict the file types available for upload on the Adobe Campaign server.

This attribute is available within the dataStore element of the serverConf.xml file.

To limit the possible formats, you must replace the attribute value by a valid java regular expression. You can enter several values by separating them by a comma.

For example: uploadWhiteList=".*\.png,.*\.jpg" will let you upload PNG and JPG formats on the server. No other formats will be accepted.

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3 Replies
davidk21713691
Correct answer by
Level 3
Level 3

on ACC ( Adobe Campaign Classic),

An attribute uploadWhiteList lets you restrict the file types available for upload on the Adobe Campaign server.

This attribute is available within the dataStore element of the serverConf.xml file.

To limit the possible formats, you must replace the attribute value by a valid java regular expression. You can enter several values by separating them by a comma.

For example: uploadWhiteList=".*\.png,.*\.jpg" will let you upload PNG and JPG formats on the server. No other formats will be accepted.

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nbisoft
Level 2
Level 2

Hi David,

Thanks for your answer. We will check it and let you know.

Kind regards,

Nbe

sidheshwarc5116
Level 3
Level 3

Hi Nbe,

Did the solution work ? I am trying to do a similar thing to upload SVG Format type image in ACC.

Thanks

Sid