Your links have "&" try replacing them with a "&" (both should work but just eliminating the ambiguous one)
You need an address for the server that is accessible on the LAN and on the WAN if you want these to be available in both places. Usually I resolve this by DNS.... create a domain name for the machine that both the public and the local IP addresses resolve to.
I tried both DNS and DMZ and neither one worked. Can you be more specific? I'm using IWP and it's putting that local IP address in there automatically. Do you know how I can change that? Can I change that local address in one of the JS files? I don't know where that is being generated.
Thanks so much for your help,
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Not sure if this is what you need, but I have simply supplied an IWP button with Open Url Script step attached to it, that opens the pdf if in a new browser window.
A directory in the web root folder on the hosting machine (this only works On OS X servers) is in fact a "symbolic link" that points to the external folder where FMS12 saves the pdfs using open storage.
In effect a hosted FM app is managing web media content using container fields. Neat , yes?
(Windows does not support doing this afaik)
I think I can make this work. I just need to make the url a variable, it works with a contant in a test solution. Thank you so much, I'll let you know the outcome.