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  1. PUBLIC - Liferay Portal Community Edition
  2. LPS-70625

Remove generated images when the configuration is deleted

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      Motive

      Adaptive Media Images Resolution define the characteristics of the images that will be generated everytime a new image is uploaded to a repository managed by Adaptive Media (Documents and Media, Blogs). Those images are generated "transparently" for the user, so he doesn't know of the existence of those images.

      When a use deletes an image from Documents and Media or Blogs and that image has been used to generate Adaptive Media Images, the Adaptive Media images are deleted as well as the original image.

      However, when a Portal Administrator deletes an Image Resolution, the images generated for that Image Resolution are not deleted. The aim of this story is that, when a Portal Administrator deletes (not disabling) a Image Resolution, all the images generated for that Image Resolution should be deleted as well.

      Acceptance Criteria

      • Portal Administrator disable an Image Resolution but no Adaptive Media images are deleted.
      • Portal Administrator deletes an Image Resolution and all the images generated for that image resolution should be deleted.
      • URLs that pointed at that image should return a 404.

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            • Assignee:
              patricia.perez Patricia Perez
              Reporter:
              sergio.gonzalez Sergio Gonzalez (Inactive)
              Recent user:
              Jason Pince
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                7.0.0 M6
                7.1.X
                Master