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Dropbox Integration?


jeffking

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Thank you for the clarification. That is correct, it is possible to reference data located in a networked dropbox folder (mapped drive dropbox) but latency issues will occur. The performance of the application will be impacted. If the dropbox folder is set to sync the data locally on the users machine then latency issues should not occur, but this limits the case to be only accessible locally on the users machine. The recommended practice would be to copy the data to a network storage location in the environment.

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  • IPRO Employee

Thank you for the clarification. That is correct, it is possible to reference data located in a networked dropbox folder (mapped drive dropbox) but latency issues will occur. The performance of the application will be impacted. If the dropbox folder is set to sync the data locally on the users machine then latency issues should not occur, but this limits the case to be only accessible locally on the users machine. The recommended practice would be to copy the data to a network storage location in the environment.

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  • IPRO Employee

Thank you for the clarification. That is correct, it is possible to reference data located in a networked dropbox folder (mapped drive dropbox) but latency issues will occur. The performance of the application will be impacted. If the dropbox folder is set to sync the data locally on the users machine then latency issues should not occur, but this limits the case to be only accessible locally on the users machine. The recommended practice would be to copy the data to a network storage location in the environment.

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