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  • shalmaxb
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    I had a look into another installation, where the same happens. Some attachments are related, others not. I do not see a pattern yet.

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  • yuri
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    Whenever an Image or File field is written, it should set the Related field in the attachment. For some reason it does not work in your instance.

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  • shalmaxb
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    all attachments do not have parent, all orphans do not have parent and related.
    Not orphans have related.

    In the moment I cannot upload new image, as it is a client`s installation.

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  • yuri
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    Does the attachment has empty Parent are Related?

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  • yuri
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    What if you upload a new image? Would it be orphan?

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  • shalmaxb
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    Record created 7.3.2024, image uploaded 8.3.2024
    I also looked into the database, this record never had been deleted.
    Last edited by shalmaxb; 03-13-2024, 01:24 PM.

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  • yuri
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    In what year was it uploaded? IIRC we didn't store the Related field in the attachment back in the day.

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  • shalmaxb
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    yuri, here screenshots from orphans and respective detail view.


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Name:	image_in_detail_view.jpg
Views:	98
Size:	52.1 KB
ID:	103679

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  • victor
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    Yes. For moving existing attachments you can use: https://docs.espocrm.com/administrat...ng-attachments.

  • shalmaxb
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    yes, image type, upload from GUI

  • Russ
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    Originally posted by yuri View Post
    > it's almost impossible to check data through linux command line

    It's not supposed to. You can check your attachments at Administration > Attachments. You can filter orphan attachments and delete them. Find largest ones.
    thanks

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  • yuri
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    In a field of Image type? Did you upload that image via the UI? Or maybe by some automation?

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  • shalmaxb
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    I have a custom entity, where I have images. The example, I gave, was one image still in use in one record of that entity, but showed up in orphans, which I thought is for deleted images.
    I only tested with this one image, maybe there might be others marked as orphans, despite still in use.

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  • yuri
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    > which is still in use. I can see that by the ID.

    Where exactly it's used?

    > deleted/not deleted

    Not possible. Deleted just not listed.

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  • shalmaxb
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    yuri I had a look into that in my app. I can display all attachments or the orphans only. But I see e.g. one attachment (an image) in the orphans list, which is still in use, not deleted. I can see that by the ID.
    It would also be nice to have some more columns in the list view, like ID and deleted/not deleted (like in the MySQL database as 1 or 0).
    Can I modify the list display by editing the json for the list layout? Or wouldn`t you not recommend that?

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