I am wondering if anyone else finds logging into Filemaker cloud cumbersome. I have a long email address for my business. Its going to be annoying for my staff to login and out of multiple workstations.
I preferred using the server authentication with a simple user name login. Now it appears that I need to have my staff login with a Claris ID.
I have 2 users who handle data input on a database file but upwards of 100 Clients who require search only capability, but only 1 or 2 would access the information simultaneously.
I don't believe I need to Host the Database via webdirect but could I export the data via XML or HTML and use a web based App to create the Website with the data search capability. Such as WordPress?
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I have a idea to establish progressive backup on AWS S3 bucket.
Client has a 3GB database (on aws machine) , and I we already use progressive backup in every 5 minutes.
But, in case that main server crushes down, we have another, backup server, also AWS machine. Now, client wants that in trouble situation, save data as much as possible, and came up with this idea - progressive backup on AWS S3.
Is this possible? Does anyone tried this?
Thanks in advance,