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Manually insert images and edit database
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#50993
Manually insert images and edit database 3 Years, 5 Months ago Karma: 0
Hello!

I do not have the "gs" installed on my hosting. What is the procedure for recording the images and change the database manually?

I entered through the system a "book". But do not generate the pages.

I tried editing the table "arismartbook_page_settings" but not linked "pages" to "books".

I await help. Thank you!
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#50994
Re:Manually insert images and edit database 3 Years, 5 Months ago Karma: 673
Hello,

Do you want to create a book based on images from folder(s) on your server?

Regards,
ARI Soft
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#50995
Re:Manually insert images and edit database 3 Years, 5 Months ago Karma: 0
Yes! Following picture of what happens.
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#50996
Re:Manually insert images and edit database 3 Years, 5 Months ago Karma: 673
If you want to create a book based on images from the selected folder(s) on your server, set "Pages are created from" parameter to "Images" when creating a book and enter path(s) to folder(s) with images in "Pages source -> Directories" parameter in book settings. For example if images located in <joomla_directory>/images/mybook folder then populate the parameter with the following value:

images/mybook

PS: Documentation for the extension is available here. Quick start is described here.

Regards,
ARI Soft
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#50997
Re:Manually insert images and edit database 3 Years, 5 Months ago Karma: 0
It worked! Thank you!
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