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Hello, I'm not sure what I'm doing wrong here but I can't seem to get this right. I keep on getting credentials error. I setup my SuperContainer on to our server running SSL and edited the web.xml to put a username and password. I've tested my URL using webviewer on a layout and pass on the credentials and it works. Like so... "https://domain.com/SuperContainer/Files/Sample?username=superman&password=batman" If I copy and paste that address and on to my browser directly, it works also. But then when I use the same credentials to set the base URL to use the companion plugin, it doesn't work.. SCSetBaseURL ("https://domain.com/SuperContainer/Files"; "superman"; "batman") I checked, re-checked my syntax and I'm pretty sure that I didn't miss anything. It's weird because this happened after I put a username and password on my SuperContainer server (web.xml). It was working before at added that username and password. When I check for SCLastError I get... "The credentialssuperman batmanare incorrect" That is the exact error message that I get. Can anyone help? Thank you!
I'm very newb when it comes to filemaker pro 7 but it is a beast i have inhereted. Here is all i want to do, i want to rename the usernames i have in pro 7 to a different name structure (currently it's lastname first initial and i want to change it to first initial lastname). As soon as i do that i no longer see the info for that user? Any help is greatly appreciaited. Koury
From a google search, I see there is no easy way to see which various accounts are currently logged in from around the globe either on IWP or locally. Get (User How would I setup a startup script to Get (Accountname) and paste it into a field along with logon time and then delete that data from the field with an exit script. I have tried 'IF' but I just can't get it to work. Thanks so much, Maria