I have three tables for three relevant layouts. Each one has separate table and tables are related with only one field.
The scope is to show on the 2nd and 3rd layout the records that related with the 1st one. Here are some screen shots with what I need to do. Actually, I need to have on the seconf layout ("Orders from suppliers") the related records from the first one ("Suppliers list")
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The "swiss army knife" plug-in is now compatible with iOS App SDK 19 and can execute macOS and Windows system scripts asynchronously
Prague, CZ -- June 23, 2020 -- 24U Software announces the version 3.1 of 24U Toolbox Plug-In for FileMaker, toolbox of the most useful calculation functions for daily use. This update adds compatibility with iOS App SDK 19 and makes it possible to execute macOS and Windows system scripts asynchronously (without waiting for result).
Version 3.1 brings:
Function Toolbox_DoSystemScript can be called asynchronously Support for iOSAppSDK 19 added Fixed issue when 3 or more serial numbers are registered which caused FileMaker to freeze Compatibility and performance fixes
About 24U Toolbox Plug-In
24U Toolbox Plug-In is a robust FileMaker Pro plug-in which allows FileMaker Pro databases to:
Execute FileMaker or System shell scripts to automate tasks inside/outside of FileMaker Pro Execute SQL commands to develop faster and keep your solution clean Match & replace regular expressions to find & replace text fast using patterns Merge data values into text while maintaining styling to quickly and easily apply templates Lookup DNS name for IP & vice versa to find out who is connecting from wher Get current public IP to know more about clients and discover potential security attacks Define global keyboard shortcuts to avoid unnecessarily excessive use of script triggers Obtain precise microsecond timestamps to measure nearly unmeasurable chunks of time Get the type of a FileMaker variable to let your scripts make the right decisions Share variables between databases to avoid creating too many external data sources Get rich text as HTML to generate crystal clean HTML and CSS Support for iOS App SDK and FileMaker Cloud makes the plug-in work on the whole FileMaker Platform
System Requirements and Compatibility:
24U Toolbox Plug-In 3.1 requires any Intel Mac since 2008, 2048 MB RAM, Mac OS X 10.10 Yosemite, FileMaker Pro 15. Recommended is any Intel Mac, 4 GB RAM, Mac OS X 10.10 Yosemite, FileMaker Pro 16 Advanced or newer (including FileMaker 19).
1 GHz processor, 2048 MB RAM, Windows 8.1 and FileMaker Pro 15 are minimum requirements for using the plug-in on the Windows platform. 1.6 GHz processor, 4 GB RAM, Windows 8.1 or newer, FileMaker Pro 16 Advanced or newer (including FileMaker 19) are recommended.
For using 24U Toolbox Plug-In 3.1 with iOS are required macOS 10.12, FileMaker Pro or Pro Advanced (for creating FileMaker solutions), Xcode8 (Swift 3.0), iOS 10.0, developer.apple.com account (for testing and deployment on device) and FileMaker iOSAppSDK 18
Availability and Pricing
24U Toolbox Plug-In 3.1 is immediately available for download free of charge as a fully functional 14-days trial version, which can be activated after purchasing a license. Licenses for 24U Toolbox Plug-In start at US$49 per user, $499 per server. Volume discounts are available for 5 or more users. iOS app licence for Toolbox Plug-In starts at US $499 for up to 20 users.
More information: https://www.24usoftware.com/Toolbox/
About 24U Software
With customers in 75 countries and 29 years of experience with the Claris FileMaker platform, 24U excels in developing new or taking care of existing custom apps, optimizing their performance, identifying and resolving potential issues and liabilities, improving reliability, stability and scalability, integrating them with other systems including various hardware devices, and extending them beyond expectation.
As a Claris Platinum Partner, 24U helps global businesses around the world to maintain sustainable growth by working with their in-house developers or completely taking care of the maintenance and development of their business solutions.
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I find it odd that FileMaker is so intuitive yet hides access to the file name of the data source during importing. It looks like the only way I have found based on posts on the forum is to import the Data Source file as a reference into a container field. That is an extra step that shouldn't have to be done since FileMaker sees the Source file name during multiple points in the import process. Here are three dialogs where it's seen during import. There has to be a way to use the input file name with some kind of Get Function. Please help!
I previously used ODBC Manager (32 bit) to great success importing data directly from Filemaker Server to JMP. I recently upgraded to Catalina (MacOS 10.15.5) and knew that one of the casualties would be this ODBC utility. I downloaded the 64 bit ODBC manager from Actual Technologies and successfully installed it but get the following message when trying to open an FM database from within the ODBC interface in JMP:
dlopen(/Library/ODBC/FileMaker ODBC.bundle/Contents/MacOS/fmodbc.so, 6): image not found
I have navigated to Actual Technologies' web site believing I should download an ODBC driver but this comes at a hefty price tag, especially when converted to my local currency. Given the increasing costs of maintenance contracts and SSL certificates I had hoped to avoid further expenditure. Do I really need this and is there an alternative?
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