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  1. Moving pictures folder for use with CWP

    Joost, I don't believe that there is anything to do on FMS or Apache itself. But in php, provide the full LOCAL path to the new pictures folder location. In this example, I'm setting up a DEFINE in the config file to the pictures folder relocated to an external hard drive: define('PICTURES', '/Volumes/Your_External_Hard_Drive_Name/pictures/'); You might need to experiment with the permissions on the pictures folder and/or the hard drive so that fmserver/apache/php can access. BTW...This answer is assuming that you are storing the images directly in a folder and using html/php to retrieve them, versus storing and retrieving them from a FileMaker container.
  2. Tony, This looks like code generated by SiteAssistant...which was a flawed concept from the start. But we won't go there. Going back to the $result you posted, I realized that it's not returning any results. Everything up to the last 5 lines is normal. but the last 5 lines represent arrays (layout, records, etc) and is supposed to be populated with literally hundreds/thousands lines of data. Can't expect the record link functions to work without having data to work with. Is this system online? I can try and resolve from here.
  3. Tony, Looks like you received a valid result from the query. I assume that there was more to the result other than what you posted. Moving forward, what happens after this?
  4. A number of things come to mind: 1) Updating the machine (probably) involves updating to a new php versions and IIS, either of which could be playing a part in the failure. Come back to that later after #2. 2) I would want to know what $result FMP Server is reporting after any query. Try adding print_r($result); exit; after the query to see how FMP is responding.. Hope that helps. Jonathan

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