Since going from version 2 to 3 of MirrorSync last year we have constantly had MirrorSync crashing the Web Publishing Engine.
Sometimes it says "Error from server: FileMaker XML WPE Web Publishing Engine is not running at <the hosted IP>. Ensure that the WPE is working correctly, and then try this operation again."
But usually it is an Error 10 error. "Error 10 while connecting to http://<the hosted IP>/sync?ping=1&config..."
Early on we made the documented suggested changes for this error, to the connectionTimeout Property in the IIS Manager application. With no noticeable effect.
Most of the time MirrorSync works as expected and does a great job and then clients can't sync and all hell breaks loose.
Do you have any other suggestions for what might be causing this issue?
During the installation of MirrorSync I can not select the spoke database if I select the option to use a separate mobile file.
I get an error message thta MirrorSync can not get the database names (image mirrosync2). However database names are available when I select the hub database (image mirrosync1). When I select the option sync with an emtpy clone or complete copy of the main file I can continue the installtion process.
Any idea why Mirrosync can not find db names for the spoke database?
I am getting an error while sync,
"Last sync failed: com.prosc.sync.AbortException: Failure while recording changes from FileMaker Server 192.168.8.150/sync_Information: java.sql.SQLException: IO error: position 13016373"
Is it possible to skip this one particular table in MirrorSync sync to test the other tables?
By Charles Delfs
If I wanted to script a mobile device update process, is it possible to directly access the download link and not have to go through the intermediate trigger page?.
I would like to grab a copy of the hosted file and insert it into a container.
Currently hitting the download link returns the "Download file is ready and should automatically start downloading now." Then later a JS forced download.
By Charles Delfs
My use case is such that mobile users need some records that have containers. The hub has containers stored externally.
Deploying to the mobile device breaks the container. Triggering the Server side record will 'refresh' the mobile container and display its contents (after a sync)
Can I force a table (or found set) to sync from the server to the mobile device WITHOUT forcing those images to download to all the other mobile devices?.
Each iPad will have its own set of records. What are some options here? Am I forced to tickle the containers server side forcing a download or any device that would normally download them?
Is there a way to force a download of just this one table and not affect the others? or the modTimeStamp?