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We are working on a process for passing certain info nuggets out of a solution (FMP 13) in an encrypted method. For various reasons a version upgrade isn't feasible. So the plan is to encrypt the nuggets, then pass them into a format for transport. Currently, we're using Applescript to pass the particular fields into an AES-256-CBC encryption process in a calculated Applescript step, as follows : The problems which concern me here: 1. The password is "traveling" into Terminal in plaintext. Is there a way this can be viewed during the process (a 'ps' or some other method)?? 2. Is there a better method to accomplish this without running as an echo? I've tried various flavors of this process (successful encryption & transport, etc), but am most concerned about the potential vulnerability from within OSX.. I've run various flavors, then attempted to grep for any of the password strings in log files and Library/Application Support/ folders, but haven't found anything... Is this an unfounded issue, or should I be going a different direction?
Using FMPA13, I went to format a checkbox field this morning and it seems there is no longer a way to change the color of just the actual checkboxes or, if there is, I am missing something here. Under FMPA11, it was simple: select a color for the line, regardless of setting the Borders to off or on. In this case, Borders were turned off. Anyone else experience this or am I missing something obvious?
Hi All, I have been trying to implement the Content Management starter solution into my database. It is currently hosted on FMS12 but all clients are running FMPA13. The problem I am having appears to only effect files on my Macbook Air when accessing the file. I get an error when dragging a PDF into the Interactive container that reads I have check and all of the PDF files I have tried to upload have the same issue, however, I have confirmed that all of these files begin with %pdf in a plain text editor. I can still open the files once they are uploaded, this issue only manifests when the container tries to display the PDF file in the container. Files uploaded to the same database, and the same container field on a Windows 7 machine, do not have the same issue. Similarly, my Macbook Air does not exhibit the same symptoms when t he files is accessed on my local machine!! Does anyone have any ideas? I have been trying to fix this for 4 days now and I am totally out of ideas!