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i have my database hosted in a server at the office, i can open the database in my browser when am at the office network by simply entering this address in my browser http://192.168.1.11/fmi/webd#I want to access the database from any browser, what could be a possible solution ?
Hi, I am going to migrate my FileMaker server from one server machine to another and I am in the process of testing the transfer. However following the test transfer I have discovered that accessing database files in the new server via WebDirect is not functioning properly. I wonder if the community can offer some advice? Normally upon entering the hyperlink (i.e. <host>/fmi/webd/), I would be presented the default WebDirect screen asking for my credentials before presenting me with the list of database files available. However when the files are hosted on the new server, I only get the default WebDirect screen but no requests for my credentials and no database files are displayed. I also tested access using the server machine's own web browser via localhost/fmi/webd/ but got the same result. On the other hand, I have tested access via FMP and FMG and they are all working fine. I'm at a lost as to where the settings went wrong or where to start with, and I would really appreciate if the community can offer some advice and suggestions. Many thanks for your time and help. The MacGuffin
Jonathan Perel posted a topic in ScriptMaster by 360 WorksHi Folks, I'm wondering if anyone out there is having stability issues when running server side scripts which use ScriptMaster on FileMaker 13 Server. Everything seems to run well for a while, but after running for a while, scripts running on FileMaker Server Side start failing. It appears that every time a script using ScriptMaster runs server side, the appopriate JAR files are loaded, but when the script is done those file handles are never released. Eventually, the number of open file handles gets to the maximum allowed for a user/process and the fmsased process can no longer open any files. This means that ScriptMaster can no longer load (even FileMaker functions such as server side sending mail via SMTP won't work), until you reset the server side process via: fmsadmin restart fmse You can keep track of the ever growing list of ScriptMaster JAR handles via the following command: lsof | grep ScriptMaster | grep jar | wc -l So has anyone out there seen this issue or found a work around? I never saw this issue with FileMaker 12 Server, so I'm not sure if its a FM Server issue or a ScriptMaster issue. I have tried adding an "SMReset" prior to the initialization of ScriptMaster, and when my script is about to end. It does not seem to release the JARs. I'm going to try having my script check the number of open files for the fmsaed process: lsof -p `pgrep fmsased` | wc -1 and when that number gets too large ( say 100,000) restart the fmse engine with: fmsadmin -y restart fmse Cheers, JP
Joe King posted a topic in FileMaker WebDirectBackground... Worldcloud routinely resales FileMaker licensing to it's clients. Other than our monthly and/or shared server clients, it is a better value for our clients to purchase AVLA licensing as opposed to renting licensing monthly from Worldcloud. This in fact is part of the reason why FileMaker created the FBA program. Once a year we renew the majority of our FileMaker licesning with AVLA licensing. This year, our annual PO is due on Dec 22, 2013. Normally, our users would not care when our licensing renews, as we can resale new licensing at any time through the FileMaker FBA website. The 'catch' this year is that FileMaker has been particualrly generous with the 'conversion' of FileMaker Server Advanced licenses. Not only is the least expensive SKU to get 25 concurrent licenses, but they are also allowing us to increase of these licenses as long as the increase is done on the same aggreement as an existing FileMaker Server Advanced AVLA order, placing us in a unique position to make 'awesome' deals to our clients. Offer... Since Worldcloud has the ability to purchase multiple FileMaker Server Advanced / FileMaker 13 Server + 25 Concurrent license on Dec 22 under FMI's current upgrade policy, we are offering 'almost half price' on a license which FMI normally sells for $1,848. This is a one year, AVLA license. Offer #1 $999 for FileMaker Server 13 + 25 Concurrent licenses think of it as WebDirect/ Go for under $28 per user!!! for use on any FileMaker Server- including your local servers offer expires Dec 21, 2013 Offer #2 $799 for FileMaker Server 13 + 25 Concurrent licenses think of it as WebDirect/ Go for under $20 per user!!! when ordered with a Worldcloud Dedicated FileMaker Server** offer expires Dec 21, 2013 Offer #3 20% Off on Annual Service Plans at Worldcloud Shared, Dedicated, and/or virtual clients expires on Dec 31, 2013 Why... We have our own reasons: We realize the number of licenses we purchase from FileMaker is part of the critera used to determine whether a vendor may be considered for FBA Partner status If we sell enough of these licenses, we can get better 'Tier pricing' on our entire order and will save us money on other licenses on this order. It's a way to promote Dedicated FileMaker Servers from Worldcloud It's a way to stop (some) of the compaining about FileMaker's new pricing It makes us money - not much, but about what we would normally make off reselling a FMI Server license It's an oppotunity to sell additional licensing- we give (modest) discounts on all FileMaker licensing- call/email for quote We are in a position (as an AVLA FileMaker Server Advanced license holder) which many other users do not qualify Normally, we do not go into the specific details of our license renewals in a public forum; however, in this case we felt that if users understood the situation they are more adpt to beleive the creditbiltiy of our offers... ** see Worldcloud.com for pricing of dedicated servers, price not included as part of 'Offer #2'. Monthly and annual pricing available http://worldcloud.com for more info 865-384-8353 sales firstname.lastname@example.org