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I have been using ScriptMaster for quite a long time. It always been on the client side, I now want to use it on the FileMaker Server through PSoS.

For a reason I cannot explain the plugin cannot register and I do not know why.

- Testing FMServer : script being executed from FileMaker Pro FileMaker Pro Advance

- psos - TestingFMServer : script being called from Testing FMServer. Succesful testing done to ensure at the moment the script is being called it's now in the server.

Does anyone have any idea why the plugin registration does not work? 


With regards1

Message coming from server.png


TestingFMServer.pdf psos - TestingFMServer.pdf

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I apologize for the delay in reply.

What version of FileMaker Server are you running? If you are running FMS 18+, you will need to create a signed version of your plugin. Instructions for doing that are in our docs. Go to docs.360works.com, click the ScriptMaster module, and go to the section titled FileMaker 18 Changes.

If that does not resolve your issue, please reproduce the error, locate the plugin log file, and attach that to this thread for me to review. The log can be located at the following path relative to the FMS directory: /FileMaker Server/Logs/360Plugin Logs/360Plugins_XXXXX.log. You can also submit your issue to support@360works.com.

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