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Tondats

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About Tondats

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    Filemaker Developer
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    Philippines
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    Making solutions.

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    www.tondats.com

FileMaker Experience

  • Skill Level
    Novice
  • FM Application
    16 Advanced

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  • OS Platform
    Windows
  • OS Version
    Windows 8

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  1. Thanks for the response Olger. But however, what do you mean about this?
  2. Hello FM Experts! Does FileMaker can create a Queuing System? Here's an example of a Queuing System: Do you think I can create a Queuing System using FileMaker?
  3. Hello everyone, good evening! I am a freelancer from the Philippines. I just have a question. Where can we find websites that offers work as a FileMaker Developer? Thanks and God bless!
  4. Hello guys, good evening! Currently I'm making a solution "Ageing of Accounts" to a certain Government agency. I'm still in the part of an account's computation to get the ending balance of every account. But I have a problem in putting some Penalties. (See the picture below) These are situations that needs to be Penalties. Penalty will be posted if: 1. If the Bill of a certain account exceeded the Due Date provided. 2. If the person has not paid and it exceeded the Due Date. 3. If there is a remaining balance of a certain account and it has not been paid yet. I have attached a sample, for you to test and help me with this solution that I'm currently solving. If you already downloaded the sample, there's only one sample account there. The total ending balance of should be "16,996.10". But in my computation, it's only "16,901.20". The BILLING - February 2017 and BILLING - April 2017 should have penalties, since there is still remaining balance. The account should always penalty since if the Arrears is not yet paid. Hope someone can help me. Thank you! Ageing Sample.fmp12
  5. Hello guys, good afternoon. I need help regarding how to add two payments. As you can see in the image below, there are payments below the BILLING record. What I want to happen is, I want to ADD those two payments. After the two payments were added, the payment will be put into the Pay Bill of the BILLING record. (See the picture below) Here's my script but it won't work:
  6. Hello guys, good evening. Okay here's the story. When the Payment Date is exceeded on Due Date, there is a 10% penalty charge. But I got a problem here, I want to put a Penalty amount beside the Balance column. How can I get the Penalty charge there beside the Balance? (See the image below) Thanks and God bless!
  7. Hello rwoods, good afternoon. Thanks for replying rwoods. I got an iPad Mini (1st Generation) and iPad 2. My solution run so well but the problem is when it comes to computation it took 3 to 5 seconds before it displays the result. The script was attached in the Script Trigger of the Present Reading field. I attached it in the OnObjectSave Script Trigger. My guess is that maybe the Script Trigger slows the computation. What I mean is, if I use the Script Trigger is that the reason the computation took 3 to 5 seconds before it displays the result? or it is because of my iPads poor memory and processor?
  8. Hello guys, good evening. I'm developing a solution right now. I just need you opinion and expertise. What iPad will you recommend that can run my app faster? Do you think iPad Mini 4 can handle an app for a Filemaker app? Thanks!
  9. Hello guys, good afternoon. Just wanna ask if where does my apps or the path of my apps put on Filemaker Go? What folder should I access in the iPad? Thanks!
  10. When you export the records, what file extension did you save the exported file?
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