How to show Azure DevOps wiki attachment that has been created by API

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While editing an existing Azure DevOps wiki page and if clicked on the Insert a file icon to add files Pic1.png, Pic2.png, Pic3.png, I observed that the returned path for each is (N.B. I've deliberately added the space between ] and ( so it shows correctly here)

![Pic1.png] (/.attachments/Pic1-5d8168e5-b287-433e-91e0-17b5581f486a.png)

![Pic1.png] (/.attachments/Pic2-408decae-ab26-4b68-80d2-8d53f9f15cba.png)

![Pic1.png] (/.attachments/Pic3-dd225b4f-4f1d-4644-80e9-057787d5264d.png)

Where do the bold guides come from?

![Pic1.png] (/.attachments/Pic1.png)

![Pic2.png] (/.attachments/Pic2.png)

![Pic3.png] (/.attachments/Pic3.png)

then attach the files (images).

Feb 8 in Other DevOps Questions by Edureka
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This doesn't appear to be an issue any longer - I'm presuming Microsoft has changed something because the guids are no longer present. As a result, the response I get from the attachfile API call looks like this:

 (/.attachments/Pic1.png)![Pic1.png] (/.attachments/Pic1.png) 

That's what I use in the wiki page's main body. Everything is currently operational.

answered Feb 8 by Bhavitha
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