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  1. Hello Everyone, We are planning to use FileMaker server 17 on AWS. And for client, thinking of using AppStream 2.0. I would like to know if there is any sort of issues using Appstream 2.0, means, performance issue or any limited functionality. Also would like to take your suggestions, instead of using Appstream 2.0, is there any other solution or way to connect filemaker apps hosted on AWS.. without installing filemaker client on user. machine. Thanks in advance.
  2. The 360Works FTPeek plugin uploads, downloads, and manipulates remote files on an FTP (File Transfer Protocol) server from within any FileMaker solution. FTPeek version 2.1 is now available with an added feature supporting uploads and downloads from Amazon S3! Amazon Simple Storage Service (S3) runs on the AWS Cloud Infrastructure. It remains a highly-rated, industry-standard for data storage and retrieval, of any amount of data. As with most AWS services, S3 is versatile, reliable, and secure. It offers flexible storage management and administration capabilities, along with a simple interface that you can use to retrieve data from anywhere on the web. Getting started with Amazon S3 in the 360Works FTPeek plugin is easy. Using the function FTPeek_ConnectS3 will connect to your Amazon Web Services account when specifying the parameters for your AWS region and bucket, access key, and secret key. Once connected, you can then upload, download, and list files like any other FTP Server. Full reference documentation can be obtained at 360works.com/ftp-plugin Pricing for FTPeek starts at $195 for a 10-user workgroup license - less than $20 per user! Current version 2 license holders can upgrade to FTPeek 2.1 at no additional cost. Version 1 license holders can upgrade to version 2 at a nominal cost. For more on upgrade pricing or to download, please visit 360works.com/ftp-plugin More Reasons to Use the 360Works FTPeek plugin: Security: public encryption key is included with support for FTP over SSL (FTPS) and FTP over SSH (SFTP) Universal Binary cross-platform support: Windows and Mac compatible Runs on your FileMaker Server: Automate nightly FTP batch transfers with scheduled scripts or embed FTP scripts into WebDirect or Custom Web Publishing Transfer directly to/from FileMaker fields: FTP documents and images directly from text and container fields to the FTP server Includes a built-in FTP user interface: Give users full FTP access to the server, a full-featured, 100% FileMaker FTP solution is included with the plugin What Do Other FileMaker Developers Think? "I think you guys are filling a big gap with that single plugin. The fact that it supports FTP, SFTP, and FTPS is key . We have replaced two plug-ins (one for FTP and one for SFTP) with a single plugin and can now offer FTPS as an alternative to our customers." - Matt Klein, Small Business Computers of New England, Inc. Free Demo or Download FTPeek 2.1 Stay updated with 360Works
  3. Hello. As you can see on the video, the image upload on server (fmp14 sur Microsoft Windows Server 2012 R2 Base with 64-bit architecture at Aws) is really longuer on Filemaker client (really longuer) than on Webdirect (browser). It's a problem... isn't it ? Thanks for your lights and explanations. André
  4. OK - we now have a working CloudMail solution that sends any number of emails with attachments (as URL links). I have two minor issues with it: 1/ Any images that we use on the HTML email (which are uploaded as attachment files, but not specific to each 'campaign') if we use as HREF links, don't work. If I check the message source the URL is there but it is prefixed and suffixed with a pile of coding which messes up the link. e.g. <a href=3D=E2=80=9Dhttp://momentumski.com/=E2=80=9D>. Any ideas what the E2=80=9D is all about? 2/ The attachment link, which is automatically uploaded prior to send the email opens in web browser. I would like to force this to download which I can do by changing the PDF file metadata to Content-Disposition:attachment on the AWS S3 file storage. I know that it is possible to assign this during the upload to the AWS server, but I don't know if the 360works CloudMail plug-in can manage it. Any ideas? Many thanks - almost there .... Anatole Beams
  5. Good afternoon everyone, Some BackStory: When FMCloud was first announced, I was ecstatic; I'm all for moving towards cloud technology for my agency. I was nearly there...about to pull the trigger and start a migration scheme from my current setup into the FMCloud, but then the one big caveat was found.. "Supports custom app authentication via FileMaker user accounts only" AKA no External Authentication. But that is fine, I understand it was released for small businesses which need the scalability of AWS, but this DOES NOT work for my agency. I spent half a year moving away from filemaker user accounts, I can't go back; plus they have a Single Sign-on initiative that I'm trying to meet. But I still need to get off of my old physical towers.So my next idea is that I want to spin up an EC2 in AWS and put filemaker server on it as an alternative, but I can't find any verbiage that details how that works(or if it works) in the way that I would like. Namely, I need my AWS server to talk to Active Directory, preferably by ADFS or SAML (lesser so). So the question: Can I setup external Authentication to an Active Directory from a server being hosted on AWS that is housing FileMaker Server 15? If so, What should I make note of before diving into this? Thanks for any help and clarification someone can provide. ~Levi
  6. I'm unsure where exactly to post this so I'll try it here. If there's a better place please move this but it seems to be the correct category. I'm looking to setup hosting for a 15 member team who will be primarily accessing the database via WebDirect. However, I'd like to connect the solution to MySQL and open up parts of the database to 50 other users via Custom Web Publishing (php). I'd appreciate any feedback on hosting companies who can handle some or all of the following: licensing, WebDirect, Custom Web Publishing and ODBC. I looked into FileMaker Cloud but it doesn't seem to be able to handle CWP. Someone mentioned today that you can go with AWS apart from Cloud and I'd love to hear feedback on that as well. Anything you guys can share on good and less than desirable solutions would be most appreciated. Feel free to recommend your own company or PM me and tell me why I'll like working with you. Thanks!
  7. As you know, we get excited about adding innovation to the FileMaker platform. FileMaker is the world's leading Workplace Innovation Platform and at 360Works, we enjoy finding new ways to extend its capabilities. Today, we have part 2 of our content series on Machine Learning in FileMaker using Amazon Web Services (AWS). We are highlighting how to detect text and faces found within an image in this video. This can be useful for FileMaker databases that need to be able to identify objects and characteristics within an image file and report on the findings within the solution. Joe Martin, Senior Developer and Product Lead at 360Works, is demonstrating the process in the video below. He will be building off of AWS scripts from Jesse Barnum, President of 360Works, from his presentation at the 2018 FileMaker Developer Conference. See Jesse's past presentation and scripts in "Session Materials". FileMaker Image Detection Video and Free Demo File Download the Free Demo File Get Help! Want more AWS technology in FileMaker, but no time to implement it into your solution? Let us do the work for you. Email us at infobox@360works.com for consulting or questions. Stay updated with 360Works
  8. Hello Everyone, Can i check if Citrix can be used in AWS platform? I want to install FM Server 16 in AWS platform and want to access FileMaker applications through Citrix. Also, would like to understand the advantages and disadvantages of Citrix in AWS? Thanks in advance.
  9. I am trying to test Cloudmail once again after having endlessly been given the run around by AWS. I am finally up and running with AWS but now when I try an open Cloudmail, I get an endless spinning ball and "Filemaker not responding". On another copy of Cloudmail that does open, I have tried inserting into the settings the data that came from AWS named "credentials.csv". I put "Smtp Username" into the field "Amazon Access key" (I discovered that "Smtp Username" and "Amazon Access key" are identical according to my IAM user data), and I put "Smtp Password" into the field "Amazon secret key". When I click on "Test" I get message below. Can you tell me what I am doing wrong?
  10. Have you heard of the new addition to the FileMaker family, FileMaker Cloud? Learn more in our overview which also includes a demo of the setup! There are a lot of reasons that FileMaker Cloud would be a great fit for you and your organization, between minimal impact of IT staff and/or technical staff for doing updates and deployment, to the benefits of AWS responsible for security and scalability, FileMaker Cloud is a huge benefit and addition to the FileMaker Family. FileMaker Cloud Overview David Happersberger www.dbservices.com
  11. When deploying FileMakerCloud on AWS, the FMS script enige will have no access to localhost ports. Will this affect running SuperContainer on such a configuration ?
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