Hey @Adam.Fletcher ,
Is you SQL DB connected to your Tulip instance?
If so, you can write a connector function to save the image to your DB directly from the App you’ve already built.
If you’re not too familiar with Connectors in Tulip yet, check out this article.
That would only take care of photos being taken in the App going forward though…
In terms of extracting the existing photos in the table, there’s a few things you could (but they’re manual)
- Export the table as a CSV, and you’ll be able to access the image links directly
- Build out Connector Function to connect to your SQL DB, and build an App to simply write the existing photos to the database
Let me know if these options seem like they might work, or if you have any questions