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Wednesday 17 June 2015 8:57:39 pm - 5 replies

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Introduction

Here is the recording of today's eZ Session. Thanks to Philipp Kamps for sharing with us about Mugo's eZ Publish Image Server and to Roland Benedetti for talking about the November 2015 eZ Conference in New York.

Thursday 18 June 2015 11:30:10 am

Thanks for sharing.

Is there a plan for a new stack version of the extension?

Thursday 18 June 2015 4:04:49 pm

Thank you for the presentation!

I have a mugo_dam question. The meta data (like the path where the image is stored on the image server) is still persisted in the eZ Publish DB, right?

That's what I could see in: https://github.com/mugoweb/mugo_d...atypes/dam_images/dam_imagestype.php

Thursday 18 June 2015 4:20:47 pm

Quote from Ivo Lukač :

Thanks for sharing.

Is there a plan for a new stack version of the extension?

In the near-term no, but as the Platform UI shapes up, this will become more of a possibility.

Thursday 18 June 2015 4:21:52 pm

Quote from Patrizio Bekerle :

Thank you for the presentation!

I have a mugo_dam question. The meta data (like the path where the image is stored on the image server) is still persisted in the eZ Publish DB, right?

That's what I could see in: https://github.com/mugoweb/mugo_d...atypes/dam_images/dam_imagestype.php

Yes, the metadata is still stored in eZ Publish.  If we needed the metadata stored in the image server, we would have more strongly considered existing full DAM solutions.

Friday 19 June 2015 5:52:34 am

Quote from Peter Keung :
Quote from Patrizio Bekerle :

Thank you for the presentation!

I have a mugo_dam question. The meta data (like the path where the image is stored on the image server) is still persisted in the eZ Publish DB, right?

That's what I could see in: https://github.com/mugoweb/mugo_d...atypes/dam_images/dam_imagestype.php

Yes, the metadata is still stored in eZ Publish.  If we needed the metadata stored in the image server, we would have more strongly considered existing full DAM solutions.

Thank you, Peter!

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