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Say if I have the following files img1.png, foo.pdf, I have a sharepoint site sharepoint/project/folder/images. If I add the img1.png would the url look as follows sharepoint/project/folder/images/img1.png. I ask this because I have a database with references to documents name img1.png. I will upload these document to sharepoint I should be able to prefix all the documents row data with sharepoint/project/folder/images/. When user enters this url it would take them to their reference image. Does sharepoint work in this way?

NB: I dont have a sharepoint account

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Yes, SharePoint uses static URLs in the way you are describing.

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Yes, your understanding is correct. The url are accessible until and unless library is present and url till ".../images/" folder is intact in structure....

As your database is external, it depends on how you save this url/path reference in database column value, i think it should be always absolute url rathen then relative url...

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Links are meant to be broken, at least if you move files or change file names of documents in SharePoint.

I had a customer that required links not to be broken when the file name was changed, or a document was moved. They also wanted to be able to create links to a specific version, current version, and the latest major version. The idea was by using the document context menu. Users would have the option to create these URLs.

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