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By john renfrew
WHen testing out High Sierra I am getting a Jav app in the dock every time I run FileMkaer with Scriptmaster. Closing doesn't seem to remove the app..
It crashed the other day a couple of times so I ended up with three icons there
What is this, can can it not be so???
By john renfrew
I have been trying to follow the tutorial for iText 7 and and coming unstuck quite early on and not sure if it is a change in the way the jars are loaded or as a result of using standalone JVM...
As you know I might just have a lot of expertise with v5 and have no problems, but I also can't use 7 with older scriptmaster as there is MajorVersion issue as it requires later than Java 6
Anyone care to be enlightening??
I have several customers that are still running Wondows Version 9, which is a version out of date. On attempting to load a 64 bit, ScriptMaster generated Plug-In, I am seeing a dialog that ScriptMaster can't run without Java 64 bit. On installing Java, there is no change and the same issue persists. This goes as far as literally crashing FileMaker.
Has anyone experienced this? Although it's really a Java issue, and the OS is out of date, I have two important customers running Windows 9.
I am working on a project which requires me to make SOAP calls from FileMaker.
I have successfully done that in the past thanks to ScriptMaster ability to handle that. It works beautifully.
The new project now requires me to include a client certificate - issues by the SOAP API provider - in each requests. The documentation on their side is fairly scarce ("Install the certificate on your host" !).
I have no idea how to handle that but something tells me that there is no reason why it would not be possible to "include" the certificate in the Groovy bit of the plugin...
Any idea anyone ?