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Teilo last won the day on May 21

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  1. None of this is the fault of Filemaker. It's Apple's new code signing and notarization requirements. As to why this is happening: It's because macOS quarantines any unsigned files it sees, and you need to de-quarantine them before you can run them. They get quarantined no matter how the apps make it onto your system: from a network drive, USB drive, ZIP file, download, it doesn't matter. The quarantining is automatic. If you have properly code-signed apps, macOS will automatically dequarantine them. The fix for this is very simple. De-quarantine the app. The easiest way is to right-c
  2. First off, this is a Filemaker 18 issue, so you should probably bring this up in the appropriate forum. In any case, your issue has nothing to do with Filemaker itself. This is Apple's fault. V18 is not officially compatible with Catalina, and you are running afoul of the new Notarization requirements and the way they interacts with Code Signing. This problem does not exist on Mojave and earlier. But beside that, a couple of things: First, trashing the Code Signature folder does not remove any code signatures from the application binary, and macOS knows it. If the binaries thems
  3. Yes, I'm aware of all those options. But here's the deal: Filemaker runtimes have allowed me to roll out small targeted label and report solutions to meet Customer requirements, easily and quickly. In each case, the data originates in other systems. Often it is in the form of distribution grids that Filemaker could not possibly process (not a record-based data model). We have Python routines to do the heavy lifting of depivoting this data into a normalized record-format. These are all one-off jobs. Nothing lives in an ERP or other database system. It's project work. The only way to retain
  4. So, the time has come. Runtime support is gone in 19. This puts me in a quandary. At my company, I have a handful of small apps that do nothing but import CSVs and print labels with barcodes on Zebra label printers, or packing slips with pictures for each item. These are one-off special purpose databases. There is no active data management. The scripts clear out the DB and import a fresh CSV on each run. I have tried making these applications work with Server, to no avail. I doubt anything has changed in 19. I can understand Claris wanting to move to an online subscription-based
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