As a user I want to be able to display a link in a low code app in a table cell and when I click it I would expect to be able to open it with the default browser on the client side.
In case it is a file that the browser cannot open it should be downloaded (which is already the default behavior on a windows system)
Is this supported or is there anyway to achieve something simmilar?
Real use case: User wants to be able to open a file (via low code app) on the client side that is available in a network folder (to which the user has access). User whiches to open this file in a specific program (default one to open such files). The user will make sure before hand that the program is installed and set as the default on his computer.
This is not available natively in Low-Code Apps, however there was a recent (10.3.7) addition to interactive automation scripts (IAS) that allow you to download a file. However, I read in the release note (RN35869) that it does not support downloading from a shared file location directly (as that is blocked in most browsers). A workaround could be to use DataMiner as a proxy to reach these files.