mattlight Posted January 20, 2005 Share Posted January 20, 2005 Question: When you list all the script steps that are web compatible, loads dissappear. Does this mean that in a database you should not create scripts that are not web compatible even if the script isn't to be used by a web user? I would believe that a database should use all the functionality of FileMaker except Web Users just use a different set of scripts and layouts that are web compatible. I've never used Web Companion so I'm a little out of my depth. Is it easy to get into? Can you use data stored in web space? can you have your line item file accessable over the web? I am trying to work out whether I need to keep on uploading and importing to a comma delimited file all the time or whether I can just link up to a file that is on a ftp site accessable to all those that know the password. Cheers Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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