As long as you meet FileMaker’s minimum requirements, you can run our plugins. But we are dealing with a 15GB database over a dozen tables, many with over 1M rows. Any time these fields are triggered, the calculation will be fired, and the executeSQL function will be invoked, passing in your new value to the database! How satisfied are you with this response? It even works with Filemaker runtime solutions. Did this solve your problem? Using FileMaker Server, you can have routine scripts that will process all the outstanding function calls.
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Astelix2 Created on October 22, Mikhail Edoshin 71 1 5. I have FMP13 advanced and using the version Here you’ll import into this external table odbx an existing internal table. If you’d like to add plug-in functionality to a mobile solution, there are a number of options available.
Paul King 3 3. I don’t quite understand how you’ve set up the connection. Thanks for your feedback, it helps us improve the site. We are looking at CSV as an alternative, but there may be issues with encoding of especially free-form text.
FileMaker 10 Server can not open ODBC connection
We have the DSNs set up, and can import date filmeaker number fields, but text fields fail with: Technically there are the following options:. Access can’t handle more than 2GB. Paul Hutton 2 9.
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Filemaker ODBC – Microsoft Community
It looks like there is a problem converting from FileMaker’s rather generic ‘Text’ data type to SQL Server’s more ofbc Char, Varchar or Text fields and their unicode equivalents, nchar, etc.
Yes, option 1 is what we are using. I then discovered Works’ JDBC plugin and found that using the plugin to perform my queries cut the time down to. Drivers can be downloaded from here:.