I have a webviewer that is loading a PDF from a container field. I'm doing this by using the following calculation in the webviewer:
"data:application/pdf;base64," & Base64Encode ( iostest::PDF_Current )
The PDF loads fine however on iOS it does not fill the screen (oddly enough on macos, it DOES fill the screen). Auto resizing on the webviewer is set to expand on all sides. The webviewer is the same size as the layout area as well.
I tried to use an iframe with the method below however it still doesn't expand:
"data:text/html,<!doctype><html> <body> <iframe src='data:application/pdf;base64," & Base64Encode ( iostest::PDF_Current ) & "' style='width:100%;height:100%;'></iframe> </body> </html> What can I do to get the PDF to be full screen on iOS in a webviewer? See attached image for reference.
We are relatively new to MirrorSync (6.12). We can have a system which is syncing with no issues. We create a new record on the FMS in a table that is synced to the Spoke (iPad). After the iPad syncs and receives the new record, the next time the iPad tries to sync, they receive an error that there is a Duplicate ID...
On researching the issue, whenever we create a single record on the Hub, 2 records with the same ID are created on the Spoke with the same ID.
This effectively breaks the sync and needs remediation by the user of the iPad by the deletion of one of the records.
i have client that has a deep complex scheduling problem. They have two locations. Each location has multiple zones. Each zone has multiple activities that can be done in them. For a location to run a particular activity in a particular zone it must have a teacher. There are multiple teachers each with their own specializations. Each teacher had their own schedule of availability.
With me so far?
now there are students. Each student must complete x core activities (do not require a teacher) and up to 5 specializations each week (requires teacher)
they are wanting to use FM to manage the computer logic and present schedules for students that meet all the above parameters (and more).
From a design/logic perspective I’ve been wondering if I off load the processing to the server and let it crunch through various permutations until it finds a solution. But my gut says there might be a more elegant response than simply brute forcing the solution. Would machine learning help? Are there other approaches I should consider?
What would it cost to have someone make me a database using filemaker go on a single ipad for managing a lost and found inventory?
What I would like it to do ...
1. log into the database each item being put in and by whom
2. take a picture of each item
3. print a sticker to affix to each item with a barcode so it can be referenced for disposal or pickup by owner
4. have email reminders for auditing on specific items that can perhaps only be stored for X hours before being destroyed (credit cards and such)
5. generate a weekly and monthly report for all activity in the lost and found safe..
NB on other occasions, I noticed that an 'interactive container field' is in fact a webviewer that interacts with the container storage, and FileMaker sometimes seems to get confused, so I guess this is happening here too. Should I check for some non-standard browsers on the iPad (it's a customer's iPad, not my own)? Any suggestions would be welcome!