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Coresight - Display image in template file?

Question asked by dmauldin@dbmsoft.com on Apr 10, 2017
Latest reply on Apr 10, 2017 by dmauldin@dbmsoft.com

I am continuing to experiment with Coresight Symbols.

 

I am trying to add an image to a template file.  Goal is to use a jpg file as a background with information over it.

 

I am not sure where the default origin or parent would be for the template html file would be.  I tried several locations, including the root C: and a folder off the root (C:\Images), but the image did not display.   I have yet attempted to insert an image from JavaScript.

 

The square for the image showed up, but the image was not there.

 

When I open the template file in Google Chrome, I see the image from the HTML insert statement, but not the Angular insert.  (Not surprising since I did not include the reference)

 

Is there something that is preventing the image from rendering?    Are there limitations on what HTML can be included in the template file?   Am I missing something obvious?  

 

 

Thanks.

 

Don

 

 

 

 

 

The HTML for the Template file is:

 

<div ng-style="{background: config.BackgroundColor, color: MultistateColor ||

config.TextColor}">

<p1> Simple Value!</p1>

</br>

    Angular insert statement

</br></br>

    <img ng-src="{{'c:\images\c182.jpg'}}"/>

</br>

    HTML Insert Statement

</br>

 

    <img src='c:\images\c182.jpg' HEIGHT=50 WIDTH=50>

 

   

 

    <div ng-show="config.ShowLabel">{{label}}</div>

    <div>{{value}}</div>

    <div ng-show="config.ShowTime">{{time}}</div>

</div>

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