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I can ping my PDF document server from Terminal, I can connect to the PDF document server from all browsers apart from Safari, my default web browser is FireFox, I also tried to change to Chromium and Opera as the default web browser. WebViewer has the same symptoms as Safari, server not found.
$ ping -nc 1 document PING document (10.0.0.7): 56 data bytes 64 bytes from 10.0.0.7: icmp_seq=0 ttl=64 time=0.002 ms --- document ping statistics --- 1 packets transmitted, 1 packets received, 0.0% packet loss round-trip min/avg/max/stddev = 0.002/0.002/0.002/0.000 ms FileMaker says ’Couldnot connect to the server.’
The issues is easily solved by creating a new MacOS X user, and log in to that user, however I would rather like to fix the current user not having to migrate all other application settings. Is there some dns cache specific to Web Viewer and Safari?
Hi Group is it possible to have a memo field on a form or in a portal so that when you click on it the memo field pops up in a window as a bigger field so it can be edited and read easier?
We have a Filemaker 17 Server set up and running on a mac mini (sorry, I can't get on right now to find out which OS it is running). We have set up everything so Web Direct can be used to access a web page for making appointments and filling out forms. We have several different versions running on several different servers (eye doctor's offices) but this one won't work.
We have ...
Set up web direct on the server, installed the certificate, gotten an external ip address, forwarded the ports, turned off all firewalls and it still doesn't seem to work.
I have used fmsadmin to see if web direct is running. When I try to start it, fmsadmin says it's running.
Yesterday when I was comparing the processes running on the mac mini FM Server is running on to a different mac mini running FM Server I noticed there are a lot fewer processes related to web direct running on the computer that the web page won't open on.
Does anyone have any ideas that can help me figure out what is causing this? And, if you need more information, let me know
By DR. ALI BAHAR
I have been having some installation difficulty with getting my FMS 17 onto our Windows 2012 R2 box.
When it installs, it gives me the well known dialog about ports 80 & 443 being required. It says port 80 is in use.
When I called Filemaker Developer, my friend in Usa, they walked me through a netstat -ab | more command.
Ran Windows PowerShell as an administrator
net stop http /y
wait for all services to finish/close down
Tried installing again. and it was successful.
I suggest through this Forum to please the Installation ports be manual if possible.
because previously i have been trying for few days and fresh installations of windows server also have issued if restarted once...
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