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"... you mean these fans?"

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  1. So ... I have no problem attaching a pdf to the end of an e-mail. My issue is, a customer wants to attach / insert the pdf between his text. I've attempted several ideas but to no avail. Please see attached script were I've attempted to insert the pdf ... but only the file name is inserted ( in yellow ) Any guidance / assistance / suggestion I would be grateful. Thank you. Email_Script.pdf
  2. comment, Thank you ... created a global variable <<$$CURRENTTIME>> in the "UpDate Calendar" script with the calculation result I need and inserted the global variable '<<$$CURRENTTIME>>' where the '07:00:00' went and it worked perfectly ... 🙂
  3. Hi, I'm integrating full calendar into a solution and I'm using what Matt did with the fullcalendar.io ( ISO Magazine ) in FileMaker's web viewer. I've attached the entire HTML and a section of the HTML where I am trying to dynamically set the calendar in "Week" and in "Day" view to scroll the calendar to the current hour. Currently I've hard code into the html '07:00:00' which is ok, but would be great if I could dynamically set to current hour when the user clicking into "Week" or "Day". Any way I've search through the fullcalendar.io documentation and I am able to figure ou
  4. Wim Decorte, Sorry, did not mean to confuse anybody ... I was using the "Building" as the demarcation point when looking into the solution from Baltimore, the server is being hosted from within a company in Canada. So to me, outside the building is anybody logging into the sever via the following address ... fmp://Insert_ISP_IPAdress/Parfield.fmp12 When I log-in and the "On_Start_Up" script runs, I get the IP Address of the ISP assigned which I've already manually typed into a field in my preference table and I check this field with Get (HostIPAddress ) ... I also have a scrip
  5. Win Decorte, Thank you. I use "Bold" text and "Underline" to highlight data I feel is of importance to the conversation and to guide the readers eye, not to convey emotion as unfortunately bold tends to convey :-( sad. via the LAN IP: I have a IP Address Field were I've typed in the IP address of the building and I use that field as a match when I "Get ( HostIPAddress ). Works great when I log in from outside, not so great when the users log in from inside ... :-( Is there a way via a php or java script or some other function I could use to ask the ser
  6. Hi, this may not be where this post belongs ... My issues is this, I have customers that pay monthly for a solution. Now when they finish then they are all done and they can go on their merry way. I have other customers who are in progress of paying for their solution. I had an issues with a customer who paid but move to another building. Upon changing their IP I was no longer available to them when they called me for an issue. Now this customer still has not provided me access ... which is fine, but I started thinking that if a customer stops paying and move and their IP ad
  7. Hi, For some reason the script debugger is missing ?? when I open a file in FileMaker 18 Advance ... see pic. Has it moved ?? I can not locate it ?? Suggestions ?
  8. Steve, I am getting no answers .... so I am trying to gather information about normalization and security. Thank you.
  9. Hi, I've got a question about normalization ... I have a FileMaker solution were I've consolidated the "User" and the "Contacts" into one table since the beginning. The reason I did this is because the "User" and the "Contact" carried the same data; FName, MName, LName, Phone, Address, City, State, Zip ... etc. I am involved with a MySQL developer and they want complete separation between the "User" and the "Contact" and they say for "Security" ... and I say OK ... please clarify. Here is my question ... what happens when the "User" becomes a "Customer" ... the MySQL
  10. Mr. Ignoramus We have a solution in Canada where we moved the db from a hosting company to a LAN ( customers building ) They are using a Mac OS machine running FileMaker 16 server. We access the FM 16 server via apple's remote access, having trouble locating where we would put the index.html and php files for our web form that we used when we were hosting on an outside hosting company. The hosting company put the html/php file in the folder that designated our account number. My question is this ... where would we put the two web files; index.html (form) and the .php (create r
  11. ggt667, This is what worked .... unset( $tmp ); foreach( $_POST as $k => $v ) { $tmp[] = "$k: $v \n"; } $request->setField( 'WBForm_Post_Var', implode( $tmp ) ); I took a guess and flipped the $k and the $v in your example above and noticed that I got the other value in the value pair, since I needed both value pairs, I googled how to put two variables together. Thank you. Finally got what I wanted. I'm reading up on the unset() but still confused, why the unset() and why the $tmp ? ... and this makes no sense at the moment "$k
  12. ggt667, This does not work any more, meaning it dumps the $_POST variable to the web page, not the field ... ? It worked once, meaning I got the results I wanted in the field. So I said thank you and went to bed. What I should have done is checked it 3 times ... 😞 $request->setField( 'WBForm_Comments', var_dump( $_POST ) ); I am scouring google, and reading as many tutorial as I can to try and find a way to write the $_POST variable to a field in FileMaker. doughemi, I'm going to retry your suggestion again ... for some reason it produced
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