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Hello,

 

I am working on a growing database that currently has 4000+ records, each record having up to 4 images.

 

The file is currently not on FM Server, but I wish to propose to my company that we get FM Server and upload this database on to it.

 

In my readings I have not come across any potential problems with uploading these large container field data.

I wish to store the images externally, with open storage.

 

Does anyone foresee any problems with this move to FM Server? 

 

Thank you for any guidance or suggestions.

 

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This was a consideration as the cataloguers have stated that they wish to verify each record's textual data anyways, the import of each image will just be added to their lists of tasks.

 

Thank you for the warning.

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