An Fmnet file reference isn't a valid URL.
- Open a web browser on your client machine.
- Use Open from the browser's file menu to find and open this file.
- Copy the text from the URL box at the top of your browser.
- Past this text into the appropriate place for your Web Viewer to use as its URL to the file.
That should work for you and give you a working syntax example to use for other files if you need to view them in the same way.
I use FusionCharts pro which calculates url dynamically. its not static url. Copying and pasting url doesn't work as it is not limited to this particular web viewer but all the charts in this database. I require to access files through fmnet.
You indicated that you were trying to "access file on server". Thus, I gave an example based on using your browser to find and open a file on your network.
My suggestion is also a way to figure out correct syntax. The format such as the Fmnet references found in Manage | External Datasources (fmnet:/IPaddress/Filename or fmnet:/DNS/filename) won't work for you as the resulting text is not a URL.
Once you can navigate the browser to the site you want in your viewer, you can use the text in the URL box (which won't contain an Fmnet: reference) to figure out how to dynamically connect to the specified site.
Thanks, I guess i got what i am looking for. i just wanted to know is there any way to access files on server from web viewer through fmnet.