Thank you for posting.
To make an image or document appear in a container using IWP, the referenced image must be placed in the Web folder in the FileMaker Pro installation directory. When you transfer the database to FileMaker Server, it will see this local path and redirect it to look in the web server root folder instead.
The basic process is to place all images in the Web folder on your local development machine and reference them in the local copy of the database using FileMaker Pro. Then, upload the database to FileMaker Server and copy the images to the root directory of the web server.
Thanks for you answer.
I have put the images so in local web folder as in the IIS web folder. I have inserted the images in the FileMaker Pro application pointing to the local web images, and they appear in the web, and everyone using the web can view them.
But they are now not viewed by the other FileMaker Pro users.
My problem is that I making an application shared so in FileMaker Pro as in the Web, and so in Mac as in Windows. The images must be dinamically uploaded as links to the database by the users using the application in FileMaker Pro, and viewed by everyone.
Can this be done with FileMaker?