Problem with path to images

I have tested what I propose to do in a browser environment everything works fine.

I’ve even tested it online via a link on the page to an external server however I would like to keep this local…

I have a html page that reads a XML page and a swf file, the xml page gives the config of the swf that is to be displayed in the html.

Now the issue is everything is working bar the path to images, so I am not sure why this is… as the path is under normal conditions correct so I thought that the following needed to be inserted %url% followed by the existing path.

Below is the path that’s in the XML file… and this does not work…

	<album icon='' thumbnailsFolder='ghe://heserver/icons/car/' imagesFolder='ghe://heserver/images/car/' description='Cars'>  
		<image name='1.jpg' description='' thumbnail='1.jpg'/>  
		<image name='2.jpg' description='' thumbnail='2.jpg'/>  
		<image name='3.jpg' description='' thumbnail='3.jpg'/>  
		<image name='4.jpg' description='' thumbnail='4.jpg'/>  
		<image name='5.jpg' description='' thumbnail='5.jpg'/>  
		<image name='6.jpg' description='' thumbnail='6.jpg'/>  
		<image name='7.jpg' description='' thumbnail='7.jpg'/>  

Please can you advise ho I solve this, since I am hoping to make this part as easy to update by dropping a the images into place and a few changes of text…

I’ve even defaulted the code back and tried using the “Dependencies” option and that does not work either…
Many thanks Mr Sadler

I have got it working but via Content Filetypes and adding .jpg to the list selected under Virtual However I would like know how easy it is to capture, also I note there’s only 64meg max I read that it can be flushed, I am not sure how to do that with the program that I have, surely it’s easier to just store the file like all the others and call them when required…

But you have in your info that it’s possible to retrieve this data from the memory, I was wondering how I flush this out… since I am using a swf file to navigate the jpg files and since mine is all about plans, there’s going to be quite a few… images…

Thanks Mr Sadler

Virtual means that your .JPEG files are not unpacked to the hard disk, so end users can’t copy them with Windows Explorer.
64 Mb is generally fine: this means the limit before we reset the memory. Normally, JPEG files are cached in memory to speed up the publication. 64 Mb is the size of the cache.

It’s not a problem, if data can’t be cached, it is directly read from the publication compiled data. You’ll probably have a slower display though.