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Good morning! I need some help getting something working.
We have a company website, and we are trying to create a instant web publishing portal for our customers to login and view their open invoices. Pretty simple. We have all of our information on a FileMaker solution that is hosted with FileMaker Server 12. The problem is we can't get it to work the way we want it to.
This is our idea and how we kind of want it to work. We want the have our customers create their accounts/passwords on our actual website. We will store their account information on our web server. We will authenticate their login on our web server. Then, after they log into our website, we want to take their username, bypass the filemaker instant web publishing login page, and then set their username (which they used to log into our website, not filemaker) to a global variable or a field or something, we just need it in filemaker so we can do searches on it. We have the instant web publishing layouts built and we can get all that part working fine, we have the login authentication working on our site, that part is fine. It's just bridging the two together.
We are using WordPress to build the website, and our site is hosted on GoDaddy. Our problem is that we can't find a way to auto-login and bypass the login web publishing page. We currently have one account called "WebLogin" which we have been trying to use as a general login (since the actual customer login is authenticated on our website, not FileMaker) but we can't seem to bypass the page. I found this page through google searching: http://lnx.acidsoft.net/problemsolved/bypass-filemaker-iwp-login-via-url.html
and tried to do it the way that he describes, but it is not working. It gives me an error saying:
The server could not process your request due to a missing command: ""
And I get another dialog box that says:
The server could not process your request because your session has timed out, been closed, or communication with the server has been lost.
Please reselect the database to begin a new session. If you cannot open the database, please contact your database administrator.
That is one of the problems, how can I resolve this?
My other problems is we are trying to pass through the username that the customer uses to login to our website as a variable in filemaker or even set it to a field. I am not sure how to do this. Is this even possible?
Thank you so much!
I have an application that was using IWP under FM Server 12, to allow my friends and friends of friends to upload their golf scores, and my system would calculate their USGA handicaps.
After upgrading to FM Server 13, IWP not longer exists, and WebDirect does not support mobile devices.
So, I set up an alternative server using FM12.
A lot of guys that I don't have contact details for, used that IWP based system to upload golf scores. So I don't have a way to tell them all the new URL.
Using the old IWP URL, you are presented with a screen that says "The requested page is not found. Check the URL you are using to access FileMaker WebDirect."
I want to edit that page to add some additional information telling them the new URL etc. But I can't find any document with that content in any FM Server folder or sub folder.
Anyone know where I can find it ?
Hi, I have a databse hosted in IWP that uses Supercontainer for people to upload documents. The process works fine when I use FMPA 12 to access the hosted database, but when I go through the web browser (the IWP approach), the process does not work. A button "Upload Doc" calls a script that goes to the upload layout, generates the SC id code for the record, shows the webviewer with upload and delete buttons. This works fine when I am using FMP to access the database, but this does not work when I use IWP. When I click the button in IWP, nothing happens. Any ideas?? Thanks in advance!
Hi, I have a databse hosted in IWP that uses Supercontainer for people to upload documents. The process works fine when I use FMPA 12 to access the hosted database, but when I go through the web browser (the IWP approach), the process does not work. A button "Upload Doc" calls a script that goes to the upload layout, generates the SC id code for the record, shows the webviewer with upload and delete buttons. This works fine when I am using FMP to access the database, but this does not work when I use IWP. When I click the button in IWP, nothing happens. Any ideas?? Thanks in advance.
By Justin Close
I am having some trouble with the web server after installing FMS 12.0.5. This is on Mac OS X 10.8.5. Server.app is currently installed, but it was not present at the initial installation of FMS (if that matters). I can't verify that this was working before Server.app did get installed. I also wasn't the one executing the initial installation of the OS, the OS patches, or FMS.
This was a fresh OS install and thus a fresh FMS install as well. Reinstalling is an option, but would rather avoid it if there is some simple configuration issue that I need to clear up. I have tried an 'edit deployment' process, but that didn't fix anything.
The primary issue is that the web server often reports 'File not found' when accessing certain paths (e.g. IWP).
It IS able to serve up regular web pages from the default directory ( /Library/Server/Web/Data/Sites/Default/index.html). I put some test files there (e.g. phpinfo.php, and a 'Hello world' type HTML file) and our custom static IWP login pages there; I am able to get to either the custom IWP pages or the test files, but when I login to IWP (from our custom pages) it gives me the result above. That is also the error that I get if I try this URL: localhost/fmi/xml/FMPXMLRESULT.xml?-dbnames. And I can't reach anything trying the default IWP home page: localhost/fmi/iwp/res/iwp_home.html
So, there is probably something messed up in the web server configuration during the installation gyrations. The web server IS using a redirect: all traffic to HTTP is redirected to HTTPS. This problem exists even when the redirection is turned off, though.
Anyone have any ideas of where to look?