XML error: No memory at line 1
Greetings, this error occurred when the Filemaker API cannot generate a bunch of records. (1000+ records and above)
I've adjusted the time out settings for PHP even the memory limits.
Is there any possible solution for this?
According to some information, the error turns out that the 10 MB XML scripts is unchangeable.
I have a Value List "Quarter" with values:
I planned to loop through these values and assign to a field using the various posts in the forum, but in testing the basic steps it's not working:
Set Variable [$i; Value: 1]
Set Variable [$quarters; Value: ValueListItems (Get (FileName); "Quarter")
Set Variable [$count; ValueCount ($quarters)]
Set Field [Program::ProgramQuarter; GetValue ($quarters; $i)]
The field ProgramQuarter is not being set to any value....
By Ken d'Oronzio
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By Joel Shapiro
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: database design
: web development
I have a table that has hundreds of records that describe archival footage based on "tape names" for a documentary I'm working on. I also have a second "in the cut" table that describes all of the clips contained in an edited episode that may have several iterations of the same tape, since we are using different sections of them.
However, we want to DESCRIBE each iteration of the tape name contained in the "in the cut" table, differently.
Instead of creating a field and manually typing out the description of each iteration in the "in the cut" table, is there a way to create an editable value list that connects to each tape name, allows the user to type in unique clip descriptions, but then stores it in its own list that can be accessed in the next iteration? This way when I go to a new iteration of a different tape name in the "in the cut" table, there would be a completely different list that is connected to that tape name.