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$useSSL Variable overwritten in Publish script


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In the Publish script you can set $useSSL at the top of the script but it's set again further down about line 128 or 129 if you are on fmp14.

 

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#==============================================

 

#   Function:              Publishes your calendar through the Zulu plugin

 

#   Parameters:          none

 

#   Notes:

This script tells FileMaker Server to update the CalendarList records for each published calendar.

#   Author:                  360Works

#   Version:                 2

#==============================================

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#================= Zulu Configuration Options =================#

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#On a hosting provider installation of Zulu 2, please set this variable to the application name you set during the installation.

Set Variable  [ $ZuluApplicationName ; Value:"zulu" ]

#

#If you're using a Multiple Machine Server Deployment, edit the line below, making $webPublEngineHost the IP address of your WePublishing Engine.

Set Variable  [ $webPubEngineHost ; Value: Get(HostIPAddress) ]

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#If you've modified your installation port, please modify this variable. If not, leave it as it is.

Set Variable  [ $port; Value:If ( $installationOption = "Plugin" ; ":8040" )    ]

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#If you'd like your installation to use HTTPS by default, set this value to "Yes".

Set Variable  [ $useSSL; Value:"Yes"  ] If you set it here it gets overwritten at line 128

Edit

#Is Zulu installed as a Plugin or a Servlet?

 

Set Variable  [ $installationOption ; Value:// "Plugin" "Servlet"

// Uncomment one of the two lines above by removing the // from the front of the line.          ]

#

#Is Zulu installed on a server using SSL?

Set Variable  [ $useSSL; Value:"No"

//"Yes"

// Uncomment one of the two lines above by removing the // from the front of the line.          ]

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