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sustentários institucional  · Poverense, M. G. L. M. Inmortal, H. E. C. R. D. UFRJ .Q:

Will Firebase Storage free up space even if the URL has been changed?

I have an app that generates reports and has the option to download the reports to the phone. In some cases, the report generates a size over 4 GB. I noticed that as I upload smaller reports, the download area on Firebase Storage gradually fills up to the point where it can no longer be seen.
I’m now in a situation where I need to be able to upload this 4GB report file. It generates a unique URL for this report that I can then distribute to others. Is it possible for me to generate this unique URL, upload the report to Firebase Storage, and then re-distribute that same unique URL to others, and they would then be able to download the report?
I’m trying to avoid pushing the same data twice and still be able to be sure that those who download the report can be assured that the report is legitimately the same as the one that was uploaded.


I figured out a way to do this. It’s a bit of a hack to be sure, but, the reports generate a unique URL that looks like this:

The only thing is, the report gets downloaded from Firebase Storage to your phone, rather than you retrieving it from Firebase Storage. So, what I did was, to upload the report directly to Firebase Storage, generate this unique URL, re-download the report from Firebase Storage, and then provide that URL in place of the original in your other notifications.


Saving unsigned char array to file

I have an unsigned char array in my application. When I try to write this array to a file, it only saves 31 of the 64 bytes to the file, leaving the rest of the bytes in the char array set to zero. I’m using the following code to write the file:
std::ofstream out(„file.txt“);



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