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Freezing FMP

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I am testing a proof of concept for a new project using FTPeek latest version using the FTPeek  Sample Client

Enter the credentials the same as I put into Transmit. However when I try to connect FMP just beach-balls - and FMPA stops responding and I have to force quit. 

I have no issues with a FTP client. 

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Hi Ocean West, 

Can you set your logging level to debug in the connect method and then reproduce the issue and send your logs to support@360works.com? Make sure to send the logs before starting FileMaker back up because otherwise the logs will be overwritten. 

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it must be a bug or something with the Sample File because I started a new file with the exact settings and it just works.

When it crashed i looked at the logs it never wrote anything the it froze.

 

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I'll see if I can reproduce. What version of FMP are you using? OS? Are you connecting via FTP/FTPS/SFTP?

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FMPA 17 / Mac OS Mojave / FTP

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Does it also freeze if you connect to our demo server?

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yes

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FTPeek Sample Client.fmp12

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I can connect to our demo server in that environment without an issue. The connect script does try to get a list of local files on your desktop after it connects, perhaps that is where the issue is as I am assuming the new file you set up didn't do this. Try modifying line 17 (should be a set field for the Globals::_glocaldirectory field) so that it points to a folder that only has a few files in it and see if that resolves the issue.

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Downloaded a fresh version, and disabled froze on this

Screen Shot 2019-03-01 at 1.00.00 PM.png

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