Open Local Folder

In case that I run SeaTable on my local Network. Is there a way to open a folder on my NAS Storage directly through a SeaTable button?
In my usecase I want to create a PDF doc from a row - that works perfectly now - and then save it to my network storeage, without leaving the seatable interface.

There is no direct way or ready-to-use feature for this. But I can imagine it would be possible to use a JavaScript or a Python script to do it by using a local path or making an API call. However, I’m not sure how to do it exactly, just an idea!

SeaTable is not natively capable of saving files on a local network share.

You’d need to write a script. The OS Python library is what you need. From the description: " This module provides a portable way of using operating system dependent functionality. If you just want to read or write a file see open()"

In order to use the OS library, you need to customize the Python Runner. You find the how-to here.

After all, it’s doable, but not exactly simple.

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