The FileNameAndPath datatype includes various settings.

Table: FileNameAndPath

namestring  The name of the file.
pathstring  Paths for files can be one of two types: absolute or relative. Absolute paths start with a slash, and relative paths start without a slash, like Unix paths. Every repository or view in the system is considered a "folder" in its own right, meaning that every relative path is relative to the current view. An absolute path points to something that can be addressed from any view, and a relative path points to a file located inside the view. If there is no path, it means the file is located at your current location.

[a] Some arguments may be required, as indicated in this column. For some fields, this column indicates that a result will always be returned for it.