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  1. I am using FM 17 and am trying to submit some JSON to an 3rd party website to create and insurance claim. Below is the curl code I am able to run from the command line. I tried using Insert From Url to do the same thing and I am unable to get it to work. I get the following message back when I use Insert From Url: "Message": "The requested resource does not support http method 'GET'." I need both the information after the question mark on the url and the data after the -d tag. I think I read somewhere that if a ? and information is included after the url that Filemaker's implementati
  2. OK, I'm using FM16 and trying to figure out an API call. I'm not an expert when it comes to APIs. I have a shopify store, and I can use Insert from URL to get the JSON info on each order. I want to be able to "PUT" and upload parts of the order. Every order has a "Note" field that I can add notes. Per the shopify API documentation, to add an order note, you do the following: Add Note to order PUT /admin/orders/#{id}.json { "order": { "id": 450789469, "note": "Customer contacted us about a custom engraving on this iPod" } } Can someone help me wi
  3. With the introduction of cURL options in FM16's Insert from URL script step I've been investigating the possibility of being able to save a copy of my FM solution directly to my Dropbox folder using the https://content.dropboxapi.com/2/files/upload element from Dropbox V2 API. I've successfully created the access token to pass through as part of this step and the Insert from URL script step successfully creates the stated folder and file in my Dropbox. However, the file size is always 0 bytes. I've tried 2 different methods METHOD 1 #Export a compacted copy of th
  4. I am using Insert From URL to send HTTP GET request to my server and get the result. I have a function PING that returns 1 if the server is online, but it cannot returns 0 if it is not so I am catching the error on filemaker : Connection timed out; the timeout value is 60 seconds. Is there a way to reduce this timeout value so the user does not have to wait a minute to know that the server is offline ? Similarly, if a process takes too long to answer, is there a way I can timeout the Insert From URL command ?
  5. I’m working on a Mac OS X 10.9.3 and have a FileMaker 13 Pro developed app that I’m trying to implement a SMS solution in. I’m getting an Error 3 message – Command is unavailable (for example, wrong operating system, wrong mode, etc.). and will be implementing on iPad as well. Can you give me a hand on what I need to do to get this to work?
  6. Hello everyone, I am new to FM and the FM forums. I am working for an academic program that is in the process of digitizing all of its student/alumni records. Some of those records include an alumni questionnaire that is filled out on Google Forms, all the responses for which are then automatically recorded into a Google Spreadsheet. We want those data to regularly get pushed from the online spreadsheet into a FMP12Adv Table -- in other words, we want to sync that spreadsheet with a table in FMP12Adv. So far, I have found two ways of doing this: (1) Stop trying to pull d
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