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Error 102 Field is Missing


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Here's the code snippet:

    $fm = new FileMaker( DATABASE, HOSTSPEC, USERNAME, PASSWORD );

    

    $findCmd = $fm->newFindCommand( USERS_LO );

    $findCmd->addFindCriterion( 'Email', $_POST['email'] );

    $result = $findCmd->execute();

    

    if ( FileMaker::isError( $result ) ) {

      echo 'Error: ' . $result->getMessage() . '; ' . $result->code;

    }

I get "Error: Field is missing; 102" output from that second to last line.

I've double-checked and the USERS_LO is correctly named. There is an Email field on the layout. I tried a newFindAllCommand just to make sure I was connecting correctly, and it worked. Can anyone help me understand why I'm getting this error?

Thanks,

Chuck

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Try doing the newFindAllCommand again, but put this code right after your perform the find:

echo '<pre>';

var_dump( $_POST['email'] );

print_r( $result->getFields() );

echo '</pre>';

exit;

That will show you the value you are getting from post, and the fields that FileMaker found on the layout.

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I didn't use exactly the code you offered but something similar. Regardless, here's the dump of the $_POST and getFields call:

post = array(3) {

  ["email"]=>

  string(1) "c"

  ["password"]=>

  string(1) "d"

  ["submit"]=>

  string(5) "Login"

}



getFields = array(5) {

  [0]=>

  string(5) "Email"

  [1]=>

  string(9) "FirstName"

  [2]=>

  string(2) "ID"

  [3]=>

  string(8) "LastName"

  [4]=>

  string(8) "Password"

}

So the Email field is definitely on the layout. Suggestions?

Thanks,

Chuck

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yikes! I wish I could be of more help. I thought that maybe the field was from a related table, or the case was different.

I can't think of any reason you are getting that error. Can you perform a find from that same layout, using the same find criteria, logged in as the same user, from FileMaker Pro?

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I figured it out. The privilege set for the web user was set to All No Access for Records, I changed it to Create and Edit in all tables and it seems to be working. Seems odd to me, however, that the find all would work with that privilege setting.

Thanks,

Chuck

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