The original DBIcon image path is stored in the database May 28, 2013 Marky Roden Just Marky, XPages I noticed the following as it popped up in my DDE search for “iPad” – something just to be aware of. Don’t upload the DBIcon from a path you would consider inappropriate – it remembers 🙂 Share this:TweetMorePocketShare on TumblrLike this:Like Loading... Related
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Erm… what do I have to do to have this effect? *wondering*
Sorry Oliver I am not following you? Do you mean the image? Snagit
Ok, sorry for confusing you. I mean: I always set a DB icon from a path on my PC but the property you showed has no child element/value in my databases. I always use the default way to set the icon. Open the Icon resource and choose an image (the upper one, not the one to be set with the icon editor). Result: so entry like yours. So this was my question how to achieve that 😉
The image comes from a search of the database – it may not be normally available but it is somewhere in the database. I have not looked beyond the search as to where it is available.
Ahhhh! I see it now! Ok so you don’t wanna set your DB icon from a “compromising” path name – Will keep this in mind next time when I set the icon 😀
BTW: it’s sometimes very funny to crawl source codes of other developers and search for terms like “f**k”, “sh*t” and stuff – you WILL find some 😉