5 Responses to “Apex – referencing Workspace images”

  1. Tim Gaul Says:

    Thanks! Been looking for this all over. Its not made very obvious that #WORKSPACE_IMAGES# is a valid application variable.

  2. stirl Says:

    I also looked long and hard before finding #WORKSPACE_IMAGES# here – thanks!

  3. Hi.
    But what happens, if you have import the application into an other database? Test or production, for example? How do you get these images and css files into the other database?

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