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  1. Ian Murphy

    pc retrieving XML from FMS13

    Happy new year, everybody. I'm going to ask my narrow question, but then also give the background of what I'm trying to accomplish. If experienced users have a recommendation for solvinig my problem a different way, I'm open to it. The narrow question is this: I believe that FMS is publishing XML data, and I have access to the machine where it would be found, but I don't know where to find it. In other words, when I visit (fake IP addresses for the sake of simplicity), I get the FMS start page. But I don't know where to go next to find the XML data for my databases. Different port? Note getting responses at ports 443, 2399, 5003. (At port 80, I get this error: Secure Connection Failed - An error occurred during a connection to SSL received a record that exceeded the maximum permissible length. (Error code: ssl_error_rx_record_too_long) * When I say I believe that FMS is publishing XML data, here's what I mean: I haven't yet touched the live databases that staff already use for events (because they're live), but I have created a simple one-table database called XML_publishing_ test that shows a solid dot under the XML column in FMS admin. There is also a file called FMServer_Sample.fmp12 that is up and running, if anyone wants me to look at that for debug purposes. The background information is this: a contractor is just about done putting together a new Web site for the public library. It's built on DotNetNuke. The two chief sets of "moving parts" will be editorial content (added & edited by staff direct in the CMS) and a calendar list of upcoming events (porting directly from FMS to a MySQL database underpinning the CMS). We think the smart way to acconplish this is via XML publishing but I am open to taking a different approach (including, if necessary, reorganizing the database structure), if there's a reason. We do not need bidirectional support at this time but I would like to leave the door open for it in the future (meaning patron registration for these events). I mention that only in case it affects a recommendation. I might be open to a solution that involves patrons clicking away from the library's CMS to some dedicated FMP web service fro a detailed calendar view, but this data does need to be streamed at least into the home page (and I'd prefer to keep the entire user experience inside the CMS).

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