Claus Lavendt

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  1. While I am not an Active Directory expert, I know that with Open Directory it is possibly to setup a replica server. That will automatically take care of sync between the Directory master and the replica. This way you should be able to have your replica on your AWS server, which replica data from your on-premises AD.
  2. I just released a bug fix update to the tool. Please find it at the same address as above.
  3. The FileMaker Cloud is here, and we are excited! There are many great things to say about the FileMaker Cloud and we think this is a very important and great addition to our platform. One thing we must realize is that what we have now is a 1.0 release, which means that there can be some “rough edges” that needs to be polished in future releases. One such edge is the process of renewing the SSL certificate, that your FileMaker Cloud instance is installed with. (you get 90 days free) Frankly, the process is very complex, even for seasoned developers and server admins and involve several terminal commands. Wouldn’t it be great, if there was an app for that ? That’s what we thought, so we have created a FileMaker Custom App, that helps you with the process of renewing your FileMaker Cloud SSL Certificate. Not only is this app completely free, it is also completely open source. And you can download it below. Now, how do I use this tool ? I’m glad you asked. Richard Carlton and Claus Lavendt did a video on this topic, where we are walking through the tool and explains the process. Beside a walkthrough of the tool, we also discuss the concepts behind and we think this video is worth a watch. Read more, watch video and download the free tool here: http://thebrainbasket.com/?p=499
  4. 1) You should not handle this. Setup a remote container in the solution and let FileMaker Cloud handle the storage. 2) php and AppleScript is not supported on FileMaker Cloud. So you need to find alternatives, if these scripts/processes are essential to your solution.
  5. FileMaker Cloud needs a special license key. If you have a valid license contract, that includes server, you can get a converted license key by contacting FileMaker Support.
  6. We have just released a free tool and a video with Richard Carlton. http://thebrainbasket.com/?p=499
  7. Now, you do not really provide any info about how you have developed the function, nor any details on which errors you are seeing. If you want some guidance here, please provide more details to the code, errors, screenshots etc.
  8. •FileMaker Go only supports importing from one FileMaker Pro file to another FileMaker Pro file. https://fmhelp.filemaker.com/help/15/fmp/en/#page/FMP_Help%2Fimport-records.html%23
  9. Can't pinpoint your problem, but try to read up on FileMaker's document on supported elements in the SVG format; https://fmhelp.filemaker.com/docs/14/en/svg/#FileMakerPro14SVGGrammarforButtonIcons-<path>
  10. Ok, then it must be a problem with your SVG icons. (as I assume that you have installed the BaseElements plugin correctly) There should be an icon package within the SVG Gallery Tool, that you can test with. Try to follow the instructions to import those into the gallery part and test with an icon from that set. If a single icon from that package work as expected, try to look at the code and compare to your own icons. The tool is working correctly for a lot of other developers in our community, so the tool itself should be working. Therefore, I am convinced that it is a problem with your icons. However, SVG can be complex and the format can contain several things, so it is not easy to just point directly to what the issue could be. (other than what I have suggested already)
  11. "unknown object" is shown, if you are trying to paste objects from later versions into previous version. In this case, make sure you are pasting into a solution, that is open in FileMaker 14 - as the object you are trying to paste from the SVG Gallery Helper tool is a buttonbar object. When I suggest the above, it is due to the fact that you could easily mix up the versions of FM, if you, like me, are working with multiply FM versions. If you are trying to paste into a solution, open in FM14, it sounds like there is something wrong with the format of your SVG icons. First try to only find a single icon and try to see if that works. Some SVG icons are very complex and they can fail to be used by this technique.
  12. There are a growing numbers of FileMaker consultant firms around the world. From what I hear from colleagues, everyone is very busy and expanding. Both consultants, that work alone and companies with more employees. To me, it definitely looks bright for the future.
  13. Are you a FileMaker Server Admin ? -then your life has just become a whole lot easier with the release of DataManix’ new app; FMS ServerAdmin. Now you can manage and monitor all the FileMaker Servers, that you manage, directly from you iPad anywhere you have internet access. You can even keep track of the SSL certificates, you install on the FileMaker servers. And there are guides to how you install certificates on your FileMaker Servers. For more information, watch the video and link to AppStore on this link: http://www.datamanix.com/en/index.php/fms-server-admin/
  14. Have you tried the Terminal command ? sudo launchctl start com.filemaker.fms
  15. Wim is absolutely right. fmp:// is registered to FileMaker GO. That means that when any app is calling an URL with the prefix of fmp:// the iOS is routing that url string to the application, who have registered that prefix. (protocol) If you need to use a protocol in order to talk with your iOS app, you will need to register a prefix for your app. But remember, you only need this, if you are using that for e.g. communicating with other apps via x-callback protocol or if you are using some javascript/html code in a web viewer and need to talk to your database file. So basically, if you are using fmp:// anywhere in your solution, you should register your prefix (protocol) for your app. A lot of talk on FM Community as well.... When you build a native iOS app with FileMaker's iOS app SDK, you are essentially building your own version of FileMaker GO, but you are able to brand it. The intention is to use this for internal use and distribute via MDM. No one has yet had an app approved by Apple to be available in iOS AppStore, so we really don't know how Apple will look at this. I know Todd Geist and John Sindelar is posting an app now, which would become available in the AppStore if Apple approve it.