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  1. I've got a list of Platforms and a list of Attributes. Platforms are straight up by a unique ID. The amount of common Platforms is about 15, but the total possibilities are in the Mid 3 digit range. Platforms ID Name 1 Apple II 2 Apple /// 3 Macintosh 4 Atari 2600 5 Amiga 6 Commodore 64 7 Windows 8 Amstrad CPC 9 ... 130 ... 131 Emerson Arcadia 2000 132 Bally Astrocade ... The attributes are broken down by sub-categories (SubID) and a unique ID Attributes SubID ID SubID_Name Name 1 391 Sound Devices Supported Mockingboard Sound I 1 270 Sound Devices Supporte
  2. Hi Comment, Thank you for your help… here I'm attaching a “model.pdf” for the labels… here you can see how my intention is to print two labels in the same paper. The Box number XXXX should increase one by one…. I’m asking the possibility of using ONE layout with DIN A4 size paper (and two labels included) … and, for example, If I put in two fields: “from XXXX to XXXX+20” Filemaker is capable of printing these 10 papers with 20 labels included where the counter has been increasing?. Thanks. Model.pdf
  3. I just had to implement HotDog not HotDog in FileMaker... HotDog.mp4
  4. The Portal In-Line Progress Bar, one of FileMaker 15’s new performance-based features, brings with it the separation of a layout’s non-portal and portal rendering tasks. This means users are no longer forced to wait for cumbersome portals to load before being able to interact with a window’s content. FileMaker Portal In-Line Progress Bar David Happersberger www.dbservices.com
  5. At the beginning I had a "customer file" database made up of : - 1 "CUSTOMER" table (= companies...) - 1 "CONTACT" table (=people who work there). - 1 join table " customer contacts " (allowing a relation of several to several between the 2) - 1 CUSTOMER model with a "contacts" portal (which lists the contacts) - 1 CONTACT model with an "employers" portal (list of clients to which the contact is linked) so far nothing very complicated In the real life of a VSE, 1 contact often comes down to a name + 1 mail + 1 such which "turns" sometimes into 1 professional or private custome
  6. Have you seen the machine learning functions in FileMaker 19? Apple added CoreML framework in 2017 and presented it at WWDC that year. The framework allows to easily load a model for machine learning and call it with your input data. Examples include visual detection of things in pictures like image classification. Other examples include speech detection and sound analysis, text analysis or pattern matching. For example we saw models to take text and tell you the language or the mood of the writer. Also welcome are models to detect porn or violence to filter those. FileMaker
  7. Michael Layne from Gearbox Solutions presented on implementing 3 approaches/design patterns to a large FileMaker project – MVC, Transactions, and the Party Model. He shares how they went about implementing them and what worked and what didn’t and what lessons were learned. The post FileMaker Design Approaches: MVC, Transactions, & Party Model – Atlanta FileMaker Developers Group 3/4/2020 appeared first on Blue Feather. View the full article
  8. Michael Layne from Gearbox Solutions presented on implementing 3 approaches/design patterns to a large FileMaker project – MVC, Transactions, and the Party Model. He shares how they went about implementing them and what worked and what didn’t and what lessons were learned. The post FileMaker Design Approaches: MVC, Transactions, & Party Model – Atlanta FileMaker Developers Group 3/4/2020 appeared first on Blue Feather - FileMaker Developer, Mobile, Web. View the full article
  9. Leveraging FileMaker's machine learning capabilities is now easier than ever! Speed up time-consuming tasks by teaching your machine to make decisions on its own, using an existing model from Apple's CoreML library or build your own in Create ML. Check out our tutorial and free sample file to see artificial intelligence in action: https://dbservices.com/articles/filemaker-machine-learning-using-coreml/ dbservices.com
  10. This topic has been quiet for nearly 5 years and someone recently messaged me wondering where I'd gotten to with this issue. Thought I'd give a quick update for anyone who is interested. I'm currently on FMP 18, and the runtime is still there, but my understanding is it will be gone for real in 19. So the clock has started and I figure I have 2 or 3 years if not longer before 18 won't run on Windows. I have not had the time to move towards an alternative platform. Maybe I'll get 4 or 5 years out of 18. In the time since, I've developed a hosted small business product related to my
  11. On a clean install of FMS18, fresh install of Mojave, web publishing will not run. I initially addressed the problem by wiping the Mac-mini hard drive and reinstalling OS X Mojave 10.14.6. (Mac mini is 2018 model with 16gb RAM and >400gb free HD space.) Then installed FMS 18.0.4. Installed the certificate and the Java JDK 8 update 242. Files accessed by FM Pro work fine, with green lock and normal behavior. WebDirect called from browser on the server using http://127.0.0.1/fmi/webd refuses to connect (with Chrome 81 and Safari 12.1). WebDirect over the local network refuses to work, too. F
  12. Security. While it isn't as sexy as a nice UI widget or as crafty as a really cool scripted workflow, setting up your security is something you must consider before any database deployment. When it comes to security, you can't miss a beat. If you do, then that one attack vector might be the one that bites you. And, unless your FileMaker solution is never going to connect with the network at large, knowing who can do what within your system is an essential requirement of security. Getting to know FileMaker's privilege sets, and how they work, is one thing. But, weaving this knowledge into a sy
  13. Security. While it isn't as sexy as a nice UI widget or as crafty as a really cool scripted workflow, setting up your security is something you must consider before any database deployment. When it comes to security, you can't miss a beat. If you do, then that one attack vector might be the one that bites you. And, unless your FileMaker solution is never going to connect with the network at large, knowing who can do what within your system is an essential requirement of security. Getting to know FileMaker's privilege sets, and how they work, is one thing. But, weaving this knowledge into a sy
  14. Security. While it isn't as sexy as a nice UI widget or as crafty as a really cool scripted workflow, setting up your security is something you must consider before any database deployment. When it comes to security, you can't miss a beat. If you do, then that one attack vector might be the one that bites you. And, unless your FileMaker solution is never going to connect with the network at large, knowing who can do what within your system is an essential requirement of security. Getting to know FileMaker's privilege sets, and how they work, is one thing. But, weaving this knowledge into a sy
  15. FM's licensing is meant for what they call "named users", known members of a team / department / workgroup / company / ... If you have a revolving set of unknown users (your clients) then those do not belong to your team. In that case you would normally choose the 'concurrency' licensing model instead of the 'team' model. With concurrency licensing you buy enough licenses to cover your max projected peak load of users, without caring who those users are. Concurrency licensing is three times as expensive as team licensing. You can of course have a mix of the two licenses. You can
  16. 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
  17. 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
  18. Okay, that makes sense when explained that way. But that's what it seems like I want to do. I want to check for this term in this field or, if that value is in the other field, which may not even exist. Obviously I can do them individually. Maybe I just have to do them one or the other. (two different scripts, the latter being an additional step) Data wise, yes, what I'm looking for is a title most of the time. But in that related field I may have a model #, ISBN, UPC... doing the filtering on the main layout, I can filter against fields individually, (OR), but trying to filte
  19. I have an iPad app that uses 2 databases. One is mostly for the UI but has some tables with data, and the other is predominantly an image repository that is used by the first database. The reason for this separation is that I don't have to redownload all the images (400 or so at the moment) every time I do an update to the app. The Image repository only has a couple of tables and barely any scripts or UI components. The UI part is only 1.5MB or so, as opposed to 150MB for the images. When loading images (which is done from the UI app which has the image repository set up as a data source)
  20. If you want the user to take your basic meal plan and forever modify it, that's fine. But not the best way if you want to keep the original meal plans. If you want to keep the original meal plans, you would need a join table between the client and meal plan. The user can still go into meal plans and modify if they feel they're new and improved meal plan is the standard they now want to always use, but I'm not a fan of destroying original and historic data. It's a typical model you can find on the internet for invoicing, with : Customer---<Invoice----<LineItems>---
  21. So i have an inventory database and a customer wants table where you can specify what they are looking for. There is a list of 4 criteria (item, diameter, manufacturer and model) where the item always has a value while the other fields may be left blank. On the customer wants side, i have the portal filtering to match the criteria chosen and a refresh portal script trigger on the 4 fields. It seems to work fine. Here it is for reference: Case ( Customer Wants::Diameter = "" and Customer Wants::Manufacturer = "" and Customer Wants::Model = "" and Customer Wants::SC ≠ ""; Customer Wants:
  22. How does Web Direct work with respect to licensing requirements? I would like to create a database for my cabinet shop that I can use to train customers. A lot of this will be predicated on Conditional Value lists. If you pick "Natural Wood", for example, you would be presented with a subset of further questions related to what species of lumber, whether the lumber should be slip-matched or book- matched etc. If you pick "Paint Grade" you would be presented with a list of options like Spray Painted vs Brush Finished. What I am trying to is present information and ask questions in a
  23. Inexperienced developers often program FileMaker in a particular way because they saw someone else on a video, blog or other resource perform the same series of steps. It even happens because the developer simply follows the client’s request. There isn’t one set of programming for generalized solutions. It’s up to you as a developer to think about the best way to solve a programming problem with all the tools at your disposal. In this podcast, we examine the pros and cons of Quickbooks integration, calendars, web enabling, the data separation model, live development, main menus, dashboards, re
  24. Thanks much for your time and help. I'll try to work through it. The layout is all set with a break field and the pages look perfect in preview mode. 171 using unique name field as break and all records are found. I haven't tried what you suggest but will try to model it today.
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