Change an Image's Filename (FN)

Description

This command changes an image’s filename.

If this is a standard single image file and the filename appears in more than one directory in the project, the command must include the complete path to each image key.

The Offset is the position of the Ipro image in the file. If the images are standard single image files, the offset will be 0 (zero) for each record. For IMG or STF files, the old offset is retained if you do not supply one in the command.

Command Structure

FN,[Image Key],[Unique File Name],[Offset]

Example

FN,[Image Key],[Unique File Name],[Offset]

This example shows how a standard single image TIFF (.TIF) in a project with duplicate filenames might be written.

Command Elements

Function or target

Description

FN

The identifier that tells the system this is a change to an image's filename.

[Image Key]

The image key to be changed.

[Unique File Name]

The new file name.

If this is a standard single image file and the filename appears in more than one directory in the project, the command must include the complete path to each image key.

[Offset]

The Offset is the position of the Ipro image in the file. If the images are standard single image files, the offset will be 0 (zero) for each record. For IMG or STF files, the old offset is retained if you do not supply one in the command.

 

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