What is wrong when Database appears unavailable to the scheduler, yet regular users are logged in?
By Colin Hunter
I'm running FMS 184.108.40.2060 on OS X 10.9.5. It's serving forty databases, one of which is served to the web via custom web publishing. Everything is running smoothly but the campus security auditor is picking up a vulnerability with the old version of OpenSSL running on OS X 10.9.5's Apache. I addressed this on a different, non-FMS Mac by disabling Apple's bundled Apache and using MacPorts to install Apache2.
How to do this on my FMS 11 Mac? Just getting MacPorts to install Apache2 is the first problem as port install apache2 fails with a conflicting ports message. I assume this is because the existing Apache is blocking installation of the new version but how to stop the existing one? I tried turning off web publishing in the FMS admin console but port install still fails with the familiar conflicting ports message. Even stopping the web server with Mark Banks' FMSControl didn't help.
I therefore have a couple of questions:
How do I stop the existing Apache so MacPorts will install Apache2? Once I have Apache2, how do I get FMS11 to use it instead of Apple's bundled Apache1? Thanks
Hi, I am using filemaker 11 to copy customer info from excel into the database and then it would generate special keys in pdf allowing us to send the file to the customer.
My access to the filemaker is non-admin, and the import function of customer info has been blocked.
We are keying in the record one at a time, so we are looking at ways to automate this process.
When I try to create a new record using applescript with just
it was not allowed. There are data that require validation like date and auto-indexed record number.
So, is there a way we could create new record and then using the set function to copy data into the report?
How can I get ESS access to PostgreSQL from FM11SA?
accessing external SQL resources from within FileMaker is quite common. But how do I go about the exact opposite?
I have an import_nwde:: table in a fmp12 file hosted on FMS 15.
I have switched on ODBC in FMS.
I can access the tables with Windows and Mac (using the Filemaker ODBC drivers specifically installed to do this).
But how can I write into this table from within a MySQL database running on a LAMP machine? Whenever something happens on the website, I need to process the data in FileMaker.
Thanks a lot for any help,