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  1. Sorry I should specify better. I'm running Windows XP the error roport says its Offset: 0000df8a
  2. Everytime i launch Filemaker (9 or 10 advanced) with the FTPeek plugin it hangs while loading it and crashes filemaker, anyone else had this issue and resolved it?
  3. Is there a reason a simple html form pointing to their website won't work? Just use javascript to submit the form after it loads, call the (local) web page in your web viewer. I'm not savvy with https, but I don't see why that wouldn't work. You'd have to make sure you send all the right POST params, (like their little radio button thingy) but it should work.
  4. Just curious if anyone has any experience setting up filemaker to read a Biometric Thumb print to give access to a file. I thought I remembered seeing a plug-in a while back, but I can't find it. Anyone have any suggestions?
  5. Never used alpha, so can't help you there. But, as far as the problems you mentioned, no, I don't think FM has any of them. Records being locked happens, but only if someone else is currently in said record, and frankly, thats a good thing.
  6. just do an = join from your clientID in the clients table, to the return separated client list in your Cases table, then your relationship is done. In you client record, you would then draw a quick portal that references your Case table. The portal would then show any cases related to that client.
  7. But still the same basic thing would apply. just make your relationship based off of that number "4" (That you entered into a global field.) with a greater than join to the Report Number field. Then a portal will list everyone record that has a "Report Number" of greater than 4.
  8. what happens if there is no third slash? http://www.fmforums.com Do all fields have to be a longer url? Just curious here.
  9. Easy way to view both of them on the same screen would be to create two global fields, named whatever. Create 2 extra instances of your table relate one of your new fields to the id in one of em, and the other field to the id in the 2nd new table instance. Punch the ID's of the records you wish to compare in your two newly created fields and bam, you now have one record that is related to two records. Create two portals, (one for each table instance) with the data you wish to compare and thats it. Now if your wanting to do more than just look and print that might not work for you. but theres a quick and easy way to compare two records in a flat file. I'd suggest creating a new table for these purposes, and then creating your two global fields in there. But thats more of a preference and need for organization on my part, plus thought of future reports than any real issue i see now for you.
  10. While I agree with mr_vodka here, you can do it with the script step: Go To Layout -- Based on Calc Then enter this as your calc. MonthName(Get(CurrentDate)) & Year(Get(CurrentDate))
  11. I know. I wish they would make custom functions a bit like plug-ins. Where you could export and share them with other developers without them having to go through the trouble of creating all the variables and stuff.
  12. In Filemaker 6 when you drew a hairline it was considered a vector line (or vector graphic however you wanna say it). In FM8 this is not the case. Here's the problem. We have a laser engraver that we print to from filemaker. While upgrading their solution from FM6 to FM8.5, it broke, because the laser envgraver Cuts on vector graphics, and burns non vector things. Now, nothing is cutting. Anyone know if its possible to make a hairline a vector graphic? Or some way to make FM8 hairlines work like FM6 hairlines?
  13. We've had this issue, and other worse ones here. Best bet for you. Export all your data (Just in case) Then Recover the file.
  14. I have hardware (a memory keyboard for an old foil stamping machine) connected to a computer ( WINDOWS XP SP2) through the serial port and would like to know if there is a way for me to send information to it. Currently we're using an old program written in DOS to do the trick, but we cannot make any modifications to it (No source code). Basically, All I need to send is a text file, but I can't seem to connect to the hardware, the DOS program has no issues connecting to it. Anyone got any suggestions that I could give a shot?
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