Hey, can anyone help?
You can create a Jive place and upload all the needed files over there.
Then you will need to create redirect rules per each file, that will redirect from the current direct URL to the generated Jive download URL.
Hey Yuval Twig,
Thanks for the reply. I have implemented the approach already. I'm facing another issue :
I'm uploading the file 'which needs to be downloaded' to jive via node.js. Then as soon as I have the Jive link to the attachment, I send it to front end.
But this fails for attachments greater than ~8MB, purely due to the fact that osapi.http.post times out and returns nothing but error. The process completes, but only after timeout.
Can we increase the timeout for osapi.http calls?
Hi, I posted that same question here as we're facing the same problem (different context, but osapi.http.* times out with a 504, although our server responds - too late for Jive, though): Is there a way to set osapi.http request timeout settings / parameters