Is it possible to create a link on a page to allow us to open a document from a location on our network?
I don't want to attach the document to the page because the document is updated by various people on a daily basis but want to give a quick link in our wiki to open the document.
Hi, can you post FF plugin link? According me, this is a security question and access is driven by web browsers, most of them not allowed this. Simply you can not link to some local file from link provided by web application like Confluence or JIRA, eg. file:///C:/path/to/document/document.txt
Of course this is a security decision. We only use it in our internal wiki. The fileserver has its own security settings, so if the user is not allowed to see a document on our servers, he cannot open it through the wiki-link.
And of course, do not use this in an public environment !
I am using FF 18.0.1 and have add-on Locallink 0.5. I am using this link 'file:///C:/path/to/document/document.txt'.
When I use 'Open link in local context', I see a blank page, although I have access to that file. Could you please help me in fixing this?
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