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Inspector Pro 3.0v2 - Support for FM Server, FileMaker Go


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March 14, 2011 - Beezwax Datatools and FM::Nexus announce the release of Inspector Pro 3.0v2, an update to the leading tool for analyzing and debugging FileMaker database systems. Inspector Pro 3.0v2 now supports FileMaker Server, allowing a team of developers to easily collaborate on database optimization. In addition, Inspector Pro 3.0v2 files can be opened on iPad using FileMaker Go. Inspector Pro 3.0v2 also gathers a summary of unreferenced objects in a FileMaker database solution, and the update includes various fixes to address known issues.



"Inspector Pro 3.0v2 supports the many ways that developers work on optimizing their FileMaker database solutions" explained Vincenzo Menanno, founder of FM:Nexus and Director of FileMaker Development for Beezwax Datatools. "FileMaker developers naturally want to collaborate via FileMaker Server and view files with FileMaker Go on iPad. For database analysis and debugging, now they can do this using Inspector 3.0v2."



Inspector Pro 3.0v2's new support for FileMaker Server allows multiple developers to collaborate more easily on database optimization. This is useful for multiple developers working together on a project. They can take advantage of the the rich cross-referencing available with Inspector Pro, sharing a centrally generated list of problems, warnings and suggestions.



Any Inspector Pro 3.0v2 file can now be opened on iPad using FileMaker Go, providing another convenient view of database issues for developers. In addition, Inspector Pro 3.0v2 itself can check other FileMaker Pro databases for compatibility when deployed on iPad or iPhone with FileMaker Go.



In addition to showing references for Field, Script and Layout items, Inspector Pro 3.0v2's report on unreferenced items enables developers to remove unused database elements.



About Inspector Pro 3



Inspector Pro 3 is the leading tool for diagnosing, debugging and documenting FileMaker databases. Inspector Pro works quickly to identify hard-to-find issues, compare database versions for changes, and identify all dependencies and uses of any element in a solution. Inspector Pro 3 works by using a FileMaker Database Design Report (DDR) to generate a list of database problems that need addressing. Inspector Pro proactively provides suggestions for developers to fix the generated list of database issues.



Compatibility & Availability



Inspector Pro 3.0v2 is available for Mac OS X 10.6 Snow Leopard or Windows XP/Vista/7, and works with FileMaker database versions 11, 10, 9, or 8. FileMaker Advanced is required for a developer to generate a DDR (Database Design Report) to be used for database analysis.



Current Inspector Pro 3.0 customers can download the 3.0v2 update via Beezwax Datatools at www.beezwax.net/download/inspectorpro



Inspector Pro 3 is priced at US$495 for new customers, and is available for purchase and immediate download through Beezwax Datatools at www.beezwax.net. A full-feature trial download is also available.

About Beezwax Datatools, Inc.



A recognized industry leader in FileMaker Pro development, Beezwax has built more than 900 successful custom database and web projects for over 400 satisfied clients. Beezwax distributes widely-used products and tools for leading developers, and is a certified Platinum-level member of the FileMaker Business Alliance.



About FM::Nexus



FM::Nexus is committed to helping FileMaker developers build better solutions, and enabling businesses and organizations to stay focused on what they do best. Headquartered in Oakland, CA, FM::Nexus develops a line of software products including the Web Services Plug-in and Inspector Pro.



FileMaker is a trademark of FileMaker, Inc., registered in the U.S. and other countries.

Copyright © 2011, Beezwax Datatools, Inc.

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