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Hi,

We have a filemaker server 5.5 network and filemaker unlimited connects to that to share certain files to the internet.

1) Is there a maximum number of files I can share out to the web using the web companion?

2) Is there a maximum number of files that a filemaker unlimited client can have open from filemaker server?

3) Is there a maximum number of files that a filemaker pro 5.5/6 client can have open from filemaker server?

4) Is there a maximum number of files that a filemaker unlimited client can have open from their local machine? Ie not files that are served up using filemaker server? As there are certain web-only files we have that aren't stored on the server.

Thanks

Batfastad

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Hi Batfastad,

1. 50 files is FMU6's limit;

2. FM5.5 Server's limit is 125 files, so I guess the answer here is the same as above;

3. Not sure - it would probably depend more on the capabilities of the client hardware (RAM/CPU) than specific limits in FM, but it will obviously be < 125;

4. Again, 50 files is FMU6's limit, irrespective of where they are actually stored (ie locally or on 5.5 Server).

Cheers,

Kevin Futter

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Great thanks for that.

I'm using filemaker unlimited 5 so I'll assume that 30 or so is ok.

Thanks again

Ben

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