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  1. New Major Version, 360Works Zulu 4 NOW AVAILABLE! 360Works is proud to announce the release of Zulu 4. Zulu is an application that keeps your calendar events in sync with FileMaker records. It is able to sync with Apple Calendar, Google Calendar, and Exchange Outlook Calendar. You can manipulate the events in your calendar, and Zulu will write these changes to FileMaker records. The opposite is also true, updates to FileMaker records will be written to your calendar's events. Zulu will even respect FileMaker’s record level access privileges and record locking so you can filter records based on privilege set. Zulu 4 is better for business! It allows you to integrate your business workflows into the well known calendar interfaces your users are already using on their devices. With the click of a link, a user can subscribe to a new calendar powered by your FileMaker solution. New Features: Apple Reminder Support - manage your Apple Reminders from FileMaker! Use alarms to control native iOS notifications. Use time based alarms to remind people of certain tasks. Take advantage of location based reminders, trigger a notification when a user arrives at a job site, or when leaving. Track completion of reminders, and track when the reminder has been seen by the user. One click URL calendar subscriptions, making it easier than ever to onboard new users. Improved publishing page - some users like Apple Calendar, but some are only on Google? No problem! Drive all calendars from FileMaker. We rewrote the publish page and reworked the publishing process entirely inside of FileMaker. Filter using the same methods provided by calendars, making assigning tasks to users as easy as assigning events! Minimum start date for Exchange and Google supported, so you don't need to worry about ancient events crowding your FileMaker solution. Zulu is easy to install. It is not a plug-in but rather an extension for FileMaker Server. There are no scripts to write or processes to manage. Integrating Zulu into your solution is a snap! Availability Zulu 4 is available immediately for purchase. Pricing starts at $429 for a Workgroup License. Enterprise License and Solution Bundle Licenses are available for larger scale solutions. There is a free trial version available as well. Discounts are available for education and non-profit organizations. Additionally, the Enterprise License for Zulu 4 is available in the 360Works Portfolio Bundle. This deal includes all 360Works products at 75% off of the cost of the entire suite of plug-ins and add-ons for FileMaker. Zulu is a 360Works maintenance product, this means it includes free upgrades (major and minor) for a full year. At the end of a year, you can continue to use the version you have forever, or you can choose to purchase maintenance which includes upgrades (major and minor) for another year. If you choose not to renew maintenance at the end of the year, you will not receive updates (major or minor) unless you repurchase the software at full price. You may sign up to auto-renew maintenance and receive a 10% discount on your renewal. All Zulu license holders with valid maintenance (within one year since date of purchase) can download and use Zulu 4 at no additional charge. Download, try, or buy Zulu 4 here! About 360Works 360Works offers a wide selection of developer tools for FileMaker, including their flagship product, MirrorSync (FileMaker Solution of the Year in 2013). Our FileMaker staff have been producing easy-to-use extensions to the FileMaker platform since 1996. As a Platinum member in the FileMaker Business Alliance and 2009 winner of the FileMaker Community Contribution award, we are one of the top-tier FileMaker development firms in the world. Our customers include NASA, Apple, Pixar, Make-A-Wish, Omnicom Group, the US Marines, Atlanta Business Chronicle, and many other successful organizations. 360Works plugins@360works.com (770) 234-9293
  2. New Update: Zulu 3.1 We recently released an update with improvements for our FileMaker Calendar Sync Tool, 360Works Zulu. Zulu integrates FileMaker with Apple, Google, and Exchange Calendars. It is easy to install. There are no scripts to edit or files to modify. Simply run the installer, walk through the configuration process, and publish your calendar. Sync your application events with ease. This is a free update for Zulu 3 users with active maintenance for Zulu or the Portfolio Bundle! Maintenance is active for one year from date of purchase or one year from date of maintenance renewal purchase. If you need a new license or have a license with expired maintenance and wish to use Zulu 3, you can purchase a new license at the Zulu product page. Never tried Zulu? You can download a free demo license, also available at the Zulu product page. While in demo mode, the product will run for 2 hours every time you launch FileMaker. List of improvements: Added Minimum Start Date for Exchange Calendars Improved audit log during startup Improved conflict management when syncing to Google and Exchange Calendars Better sync data recovery on startup Fixed an issue when updating parent events with child exceptions Multi day events are better handled in Apple Calendar GET ZULU 3.1 NOW 360Works, over 20 FileMaker Plug-ins and Developer Tools! Questions? Email plugins@360works.com Tech Support? Email support@360works.com
  3. Embed FMP URLs in Your Apple Calendar Events Get ready to impress your clients! In today’s video, Joe demonstrates how a veterinarian can arrive at a patient's appointment and save time by having all of the patient's records in FileMaker he needs at the click of an Apple Calendar link in an event. If you haven’t heard by now, using 360Works Zulu - FileMaker Calendar Sync you can connect your FileMaker data with your Apple Calendar, Google Calendar, or Exchange Calendar. In this advanced configuration tips video, you will learn about giving users a URL to automatically open their FileMaker database and run a script with the parameter you specify. WATCH NOW Missed our Zulu 3 announcement? Click here for the News Article! Stay updated with 360Works 360Works plugins@360Works.com (770) 234-9293
  4. Tutorials & Webinar Recording Integrate FileMaker with Apple, Google, & Exchange Calendars using Zulu 3 Missed our Zulu 3 webinar last week? We've got you covered! Zulu syncs FileMaker to iOS, OS X, Google Calendar, and Exchange/Office 365 calendars. You can turn any FileMaker Server into a shared calendar server in a few clicks. Today we are letting you know that the recording of last week's Zulu webinar and additional set up videos are now available! Syncing your FileMaker data to your device calendars makes it easier to share your calendars and keep all of your business events, appointments, and important information together. In this webinar recording, you will learn: How to integrate Zulu into your solution Publishing FileMaker data as a read/write calendar Setting up calendar sync with Apple, Google, and Exchange Calendar New features in Zulu 3 Who Should Watch? Anyone interested in publishing FileMaker data to calendar apps users already use Anyone managing calendars in FileMaker and interested in better ways to provide users access to the calendar data FileMaker consultants who develop these type of solutions for their clients Watch Zulu 3 Videos Missed our Zulu 3 announcement? Click here for the News Article! Stay updated with 360Works 360Works plugins@360Works.com (770) 234-9293
  5. WEBINAR: Integrate FileMaker with Apple, Google, & Exchange Calendars using the New Zulu 3 Join us for a webinar THIS Wednesday, January 30th, 1pm EST Zulu 3 Introduces Recurring Events Support, Improved Speed and Stability, Email Handler for Admin Sync Reports, and Exposed Google API key. Syncing your FileMaker data to your device calendars makes it easier to share your calendars and keep all of your business events, appointments, and important information together! On Wednesday, January 30th, 1pm EST Joe Martin, Senior Developer with 360Works, will demonstrate how 360Works Zulu can help you publish calendars from FileMaker to Apple Calendar, Google, and Exchange. In this webinar, you will learn: How to integrate Zulu into your solution Publishing FileMaker data as a read/write calendar Setting up calendar sync with Apple, Google, and Exchange Calendar New features in Zulu 3 Who Should Attend? Anyone interested in publishing FileMaker data to calendar apps users already use Anyone managing calendars in FileMaker and interested in better ways to provide users access to the calendar data FileMaker consultants who develop these type of solutions for their clients Title: Integrate FileMaker with Apple, Google, & Exchange Calendars Date: Wednesday, January 30th Time: 1:00 pm - 2:00 pm EST Click here to attend Webinar on Wednesday, January 30th, 1pm EST. Missed our Zulu 3 announcement? Click here for the News Article! Stay updated with 360Works 360Works plugins@360Works.com
  6. Before upgrading to FMS 13 (Mac) I had 3 calendars published from 2 tables. Since upgrading and uninstalling zulu and re-installing with the new beta installer only the calendar that is linked to one table is working. The other 2 calendars which come from a separate table in the same file are not working and the UUID field is not being populated in that table by the plugin. All 3 calendars still publish and show up in Calendar. Anyone else using more than 1 table that has it working?
  7. Hi Guys, I installed the Zulu version 2.06 in Mac OSx El Capitan. The installation process does go through, but at the end it showed a dialogue of the Zulu is installed but the web server forwarding is not working and asked to redirect to a URL. And on clicking "ok". It directed to the page shown in the below screen shot. Please advise. If there is anything i am doing wrong.
  8. Morning, Ive had this issue, along with others, for a few days now just after transferring our web server over to a new server. The Error now im getting is: com.prosc.security.LoginFailedException: Could not authenticate to Google with token The Current configuration is: Dual Mountain Lion servers. Both running 10.8.4. One master (database server) and the other the WPE and web server Zulu running on the slave version 1.3403 Now the account details are correct I have double checked multiple times, I have also tried with another google account. I have performed a complete google reset and manually deleted the file from the sync file in filemaker server folder. Any Suggestions on how to reset it completely would be excellent. Thankyou,
  9. Our network person and I have done a bunch of troubleshooting and came up with this summary and a few questions. Ever since we installed FileMaker 16 in our two-machine setup, Zulu has been failing. In the Zulu error log from C:\Program Files\360Works\Applications\logs: Oct 2, 2017 8:44:59 AM PDT com.prosc.mirror.config.server.FileMakerServerInfo getHostAddressForProperties INFO: Will use 127.0.0.1:16020 for direct WPE address. Oct 2, 2017 8:45:05 AM PDT com.prosc.fmpjdbc.FmXmlRequest doRequest INFO: Starting request: http://127.0.0.1:16020/fmi/xml/FMPXMLRESULT.xml?-db=DatabaseName&-lay=ProscNoSuchTable&-view Oct 2, 2017 8:45:05 AM PDT com.prosc.fmpjdbc.FmXmlRequest setProductVersion WARNING: Null product version; assuming 12 Oct 2, 2017 8:45:05 AM PDT com.prosc.fmpjdbc.FileMakerException <init> INFO: com.prosc.fmpjdbc.FileMakerException: Error 959: XML Web Publishing is not enabled - Run the FileMaker Server deployment assistant and make sure that the XML web publishing checkbox is selected () username: domain\user / requestUrl:http://127.0.0.1:16020/fmi/xml/FMPXMLRESULT.xml?-db=DatabaseName&-lay=ProscNoSuchTable&-view I verified that the URL does indeed return an error code of 959. Playing around with it, I found that if you use the DNS name of the machine instead of the localhost IP:port (https://wpe.domain.edu/fmi/xml/FMPXMLRESULT.xml?-db=DatabaseName&-lay=ProscNoSuchTable&-view), the request returns an error 105 (expected response) instead. I poked around on the internet trying to find out more about this, and discovered the -dbnames command; again, it works fine on the main https port (https://wpe.domain.edu/fmi/xml/FMPXMLRESULT.xml?-dbnames), but returns a 959 on the Custom Web Publishing port of 16020 (http://127.0.0.1:16020/fmi/xml/FMPXMLRESULT.xml?-dbnames). So it’s like XML is enabled on port 443, but not for the Custom Web Publishing port 16020. How is that possible? For reasons we don’t fully understand and haven’t figure out how to correct, both the FileMaker Master and the Worker machines ended up with the Web Publishing Engine. So I tried the port 16020 request on the Master server, and it works! Which is great, except we want it to work on the Worker machine, not the Database server which ended up with a WPE. Some questions: 1) We know XML is enabled on the main (port 443) site, what do we need to do to make work on the localhost:16020 site? a. I hope this involves moving the ‘Web Server’ listed in the Admin Console to the Worker machine, but if not any info on what might be going on there would be great. 2) If we can’t get the Worker machine to realize XML is enabled on port 16020, can we change the FM config so Zulu doesn’t use port 16020 ‘for direct WPE address.’? 3) If we can’t do that, are there any issues with installing it on the Master, other than the obvious issue that we don’t want the WPE on that machine? Thanks for any insight anyone might have.
  10. I have a 3rd Party SSL cert installed in FMS 14. Zulu2 is installed and I'm able to connect without any issues over SSL. Is there a way to force only SSL connections to the Zulu server. I'd like to be be able to make sure all users are configuring to use SSL. Thanks
  11. Our Zulu has completely stopped working with Google...it's not syncing in either direction. We have rebooted the server but it has not corrected the problem. Urgent...Please advise!
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