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Everyone is excited about Lion. Even though many new features on Mac OS X 10.7 are giving us improvements we kept asking for since 10.1, Apple has again succeeded in giving all the new features the strong essence of innovation that makes us unable to hesitate to install and try Lion out as soon as we are able to.
But we are also afraid. What if some important apps stop working?
Read more in my article. Alredy updated with links to other resources and opinions...
I go into my FM server like I always did before. The only difference is I'm coming in through teamviewer as I'm not in the office. I get this message and just don't know what to do:
I get the following error message. Tried to push the button to start database on the top left and it's hanging.
The database server is not available
admin console functionality is limited to filemaker server overview and the log viewer panes.
to use other functionality, the server administrator must start the database server again.
So, the time has come. Runtime support is gone in 19.
This puts me in a quandary. At my company, I have a handful of small apps that do nothing but import CSVs and print labels with barcodes on Zebra label printers, or packing slips with pictures for each item. These are one-off special purpose databases. There is no active data management. The scripts clear out the DB and import a fresh CSV on each run.
I have tried making these applications work with Server, to no avail. I doubt anything has changed in 19.
I can understand Claris wanting to move to an online subscription-based model, but the problem is that the server version is not at feature parity with the desktop client for certain essential things I need, like printing to a label printer, or exporting PDFs with images that come from a folder full of PNG files that change on each run.
I have some time, obviously, but version 18 will not run forever, especially if Apple's shenanigans continue. Is Claris listening, or should I just assume that this is a lost cause?
I am trying to use the following but I am getting the attached error:
GetURLasContainer( "https://generator.barcodetools.com/barcode.png?gen=1&data=A31254&bcolor=FFFFFF&fcolor=000000&qsize=1&xdim=1&w=&h=&fmt=0&mode=0&angle=0&quiet=1&alignh=1&alignv=1" )
As I was not able to make the GUI approach in beezwax blog to work; I wrote this blog / HOW-TO on how to sign your own certificate mainly on command line: https://github.com/TyrfingMjolnir/SelfSignedCert
I wrote this blog / HOW-TO after doing a deployment for a KYC( Know Your Client ) system for a financial institution.
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