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  1. Hi 'comment' - so sorry for getting mixed up here. Thank you very much for your advice - I'll have a crack and see if I can get this working.
  2. Thanks @beverly I think I'm getting close, but my limited understanding of the XSL syntax is probably holding me back. Here's what I've got so far: I've got a style as follows: <Style ss:ID="MyTitleStyle"> <Alignment ss:WrapText="0" /> <Font ss:Bold="1"/> </Style> and here's the bit that exports the records: <xsl:for-each select="fmp:FMPXMLRESULT/fmp:RESULTSET/fmp:ROW"> <Row> <xsl:if test="fmp:COL[6]/fmp:DATA = 1"> <x
  3. I could add a field called 'FlagBold' to the table and if this field has a value of 1 it indicates that the record/row should be bold, otherwise if empty it would be left alone, e.g. <FIELD EMPTYOK="YES" MAXREPEAT="1" NAME="FlagBold" TYPE="TEXT"/> Is that what you're asking here? (I wouldn't want this FlagBold field to appear in the final XLS spreadsheet file).
  4. Forgot to mention that I can easily flag certain fields/records in the table I'm exporting from if needed to indicate that they should be bolded - just not sure how to incorporate that into this block that processes the rows/fields: <xsl:for-each select="fmp:FMPXMLRESULT/fmp:RESULTSET/fmp:ROW"> <Row> <xsl:for-each select="fmp:COL"> <xsl:variable name="i" select="position()" /> <xsl:variable name="zFieldName" select="/fmp:FMPXMLRESULT/fmp:METADATA/fmp:FIELD[$i]/@NAME" /> <xsl:vari
  5. Hi @beverly I was wondering what the best way to specify which data should be bolded - at the moment I just know which parts of the XML I would like to have bolded. For example here's a particular row I would like to be bolded: <ROW MODID="1" RECORDID="902"> <COL> <DATA>Name</DATA> </COL> <COL> <DATA>ID</DATA> </COL> <COL> <DATA>Category</DATA> </COL> <COL> <DATA>Number</DATA> </COL> <COL>
  6. I'm doing an export of a table with 5 fields to an Excel file with an XSL stylesheet to control the formatting of the Excel data. So far it's working well - I just need to add some additional formatting for a few of the cells. I'm looking for help with examples/syntax for setting the following attributes: - making a cell bold - changing the font size of a cell - making all columns set to auto resize so they fit the contents of each column (same as double clicking the divider between 2 columns) All fields I'm exporting are text fields. Thanks, Steve
  7. Thanks for your reply - I'm a bit lost at this point as to how I might go about fixing this? Do you have any suggestions/examples here?
  8. Line 53 is: $V8fa14cdd->_impl->_styleType = $V77be71a4['styleType']; From memory the PHP API files are obfuscated so can't read too much into this particular line.
  9. Just checking the Event Viewer for a PHP error and noticed many of the following entries: PHP Warning: Creating default object from empty value in C:\Program Files\FileMaker\FileMaker Server\Web Publishing\publishing-engine\php\FileMaker\Implementation\Parser\FMPXMLLAYOUT.php on line 53 I know these are only warnings but would like to eliminate them if possible - I'm running FileMaker Server v16.0.1 using FileMaker's version of PHP. Haven't been able to find anything so far - anyonke know how I can prevent these warnings from being logged in the first place? Looking to eliminate
  10. I'm trying to understand what could generate an error when performing a FileMaker script from via the PHP API using the newPerformScriptCommand command, e.g. $scriptObject = $fm->newPerformScriptCommand($layoutName, $scriptName, $scriptParams); // Execute the script $scriptResult = $scriptObject->execute(); if(FileMaker::isError($scriptResult)) { // FileMaker PHP API Error -- Alert User. $scriptError = 'Perform Script Error: '. $scriptResult->getMessage() . ' (' . $scriptResult->code . ')'; } else { // no error - continue on } I realise that if any of the newPerformSc
  11. I have a php page using the FileMaker PHP API that performs a FileMaker script using the newPerformScriptCommand method - this all works well so far. The script performs a bulk email to a selected group of records and can include an attachment. We've found an issue where if someone selects a reasonably large attachment (e.g. a 2mb PDF) the FileMaker script will still send the messages successfully, however the php script encounters an issue and i get "The page cannot be displayed because an internal server error has occurred." in the browser and there's a 500 error in the IIS log file for
  12. It's returning thousands of records potentially - it was working fine with just hundreds. I've changed the max to 1 and created special layouts for these finds and that has fixed the problem for now. I wish the API didn't return the meta data/data for all the found records until you requested them - just the number of records found and any errors etc.
  13. Hi webko, Thanks for your reply. My issue is that if I set $max to 0 then it returns all matching records in the result, which at a certain point will return a 500 server error as it's run out of memory.
  14. I'm performing some find operations that I only want to get the total number of records returned for display purposes, and don't need to return any records. I've tried using the following: $max = 0; $skip = 0; $request->setRange($skip, $max) $result = $request->execute(); but this looks like it's returning all the found records, not zero records. I had assumed 0 was a valid value for $max but it appears this isn't so. Anyone have any experience with this or know a way to return zero records but still be able to call getFoundSetCount() to get the total number
  15. Hi webko, Just wondering if you had a change to play with searching and using setResultLayout?
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