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MBS FileMaker Plugin, version 9.3pr6


New in this prerelease of version 9.3 of the MBS FileMaker Plugin: Download at monkeybreadsoftware.de/filemaker/files/Prerelease/ or ask for being added to the dropbox shared folder.

Drei Monate für FileMaker Konferenz 2019 in Hamburg


Vom 16. bis 19. Oktober 2019 findet die zehnte deutschsprachige FileMaker Konferenz in Hamburg, Deutschland statt. FileMaker Anwender und Entwickler sind herzlich eingeladen sich anzumelden.

Die Veranstalter vom Verein FM Konferenz erwarten auch 2019 rund 180 Entwickler, Anwender, IT-Fachleute und Entscheidungsträger aus Wirtschaft, Bildung und Verwaltung. Rund um über 25 Fachvorträge und Workshops wird es viel Zeit zum Vernetzen in den gemeinsamen Pausen und beim Abendprogramm geben.

Dieses Jahr gibt es wieder eine MBS Plugin Workshop, diesmal am 16. Oktober 2019.
Anmeldung bei Monkeybread Software.

Was gibt es neues bei MBS Version 9.2


In diesem Artikel möchte ich ihnen die neuen Funktionen, die ihnen mit der Version 9.2 des MBS Plugins zur Verfügung stehen, vorstellen.

Matrix
Wenn sie bereits einmal mit einer anderen Programmiersprache gearbeitet haben, kennen sie vielleicht schon die Möglichkeit zweidimensionale Arrays zu erstellen. Mit der neuen Komponente Matrix bieten wir ihnen dies nun auch für die Programmierung in FileMaker an. Ein zweidimensionales Array kann man sich wie eine interne Tabelle vorstellen, die Zeilen und Spalten besitzt. In den einzelnen Zellen dieser Tabelle stehen Werte, die über ihre Zeilen und Spaltennummer angesprochen werden können. Es können Zeilen und Spalten nach belieben hinzugefügt werden.

Wie der Name der Komponente schon sagt, können nun auch Berechnungen von Matrizen durchgeführt werden. Dafür stellt ihnen das MBS Plugin einige mathematische Operationen, wie den durchschnittlichen Wert oder die Summe einer Spalte, zur Verfügung.

Verschlüsseln und Entschlüsseln von Polylines
Wenn sie mehrere Koordinaten haben, können sie diese mit den Funktionen aus der neuen MBS Version verschlüsseln und entschlüsseln. Der Polyline compressions Algorithmus erlaubt es ihnen, eine Kette von gegebenen Koordinaten in einen einzigen String zu verpacken. Mit Math.PolylineEncode wird z.B. 38.5 zu _p~iF und mit Math.PolylineDecode wird _p~iF wieder zu 38.5. Genauere Angaben zum Algorithmus finden sie hier: developers.google.com/maps/documentation/utilities/polylinealgorithm

Continuity Camera
Mit iOS 12 und macOS Mojave brachte Apple das Feature Continuity Camera heraus. Mit Continuity Camera können sie von ihrem Mac aus ihrem iOS Gerät mitteilen, dass sie ein Foto machen möchten oder ein Dokument mit ihrer Camera einscannen wollen. Nach dem sie das Bild gemacht bzw. das Dokument mit ihrem iOS Gerät gescannt haben, wird die Datei an ihren Rechner geschickt und kann dort benutzt werden. Nun macht auch das MBS Plugin für FileMaker dieses möglich. Sie können so z.B. eine Kundendatenbank aufbauen und vor Ort mit ihrem iPhone ein Profilbild des Kunden hinzufügen, sowie Dokumente ohne zusätzliches Zubehör scannen. (more)

Customer Distribution


for our MBS plugin users, we have this distribution:

Japan: 2%
Australia: 3%
Canada: 3%
France: 3%
Netherlands: 4%
Italy: 4%
Switzerland: 5%
United Kingdom: 6%
Germany: 19%
United States: 33%

and just a few in Afghanistan, Argentina, Armenia, Austria, Bahrain, Belgium, Brazil, Burkina Faso, Cayman Islands, Chile, China, Columbia, Costa Rica, Croatia, Cyprus, Czech republic, Denmark, Dominican Republic, Ecuador, Egypt, Estonia, Finland, Georgia, Greece, Guadeloupe, Guernsey, Haiti, Honduras, Hong Kong, Hungary, Iceland, India, Indonesia, Ireland, Israel, Jamaica, Jordan, Kuwait, Latvia, Liechtenstein, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Macau, Madagaskar, Malaysia, Malta, Mexico, Mosambik, Namibia, Nepal, Netherlands Antilles, New Caledonia, New Zealand, Norway, Pakistan, Panama, Peru, Philippines, Poland, Portugal, Puerto Rico, Romania, Russia, Serbia, Seychelles, Singapore, Slovakia, Slovenia, South Africa, South Korea, Spain, Sri Lanka, Sweden, Taiwan, Thailand, Turkey, Uganda, Ukraine, United Arab Emirates, Uruguay and Venezuela.

In general plugin users are living where a lot of people live, who speak some english (to read documentation) and have enough knowledge to do software development and know about Xojo or FileMaker.

MBS FileMaker Plugin, version 9.3pr5


New in this prerelease of version 9.3 of the MBS FileMaker Plugin: Download at monkeybreadsoftware.de/filemaker/files/Prerelease/ or ask for being added to the dropbox shared folder.

Calendar access in FileMaker 18


We have a little problem with MacOS privacy protection on MacOS Mojave. To access the Calendar, Reminder or Addressbook databases, you need user consent. Usually you query Events.AuthorizationStatusForEntityType function with our plugin to ask for status. The Events.requestAccessToEntityType function then triggers the dialog asking for permission. This works fine in FileMaker 17 and MBS functions work, when you grant access. For FileMaker 18, you always get permissions denied for the status check and the dialog never shows.

First solution

Some users use FileMaker Pro Advanced in version 16 or 17 to enable it once and then work with FileMaker 18. That may work for some, but not all users may want to install older versions of FileMaker in parallel.

Second solution

Well, to change FileMaker, you can change info.plist in the FileMaker application. There you can add NSCalendarsUsageDescription entry with a text about the calendar usage, e.g. "MBS Plugin provides calendar access to FileMaker solutions.". By changing the info.plist you break the code signature of the application, which will make the permissions dialog to not work. You can code sign FileMaker application yourself with your own code signing certificate, if you are a registered Mac developer. When you do that, as far as we know, the dialog for authorization will work again.

We reported the issue to FileMaker Inc. via product feedback. See community thread here. It would be nice if a future FileMaker update could include the info.plist entries for all possible things a plugin could add to FileMaker. e.g. NSCalendarsUsageDescription with text like this: "A plugin requires Calendar access to offer scripts functions to work with the calendar database in your solution.". Or Apple could provide some kind of wildcard entitlement for FileMaker to use them all.

Third solution

A third way we plan to investigate next week is to make a little utility to ask for permission and add the required entries for FileMaker application in the privacy database. Then you would need to use the utility to ask for permissions.

PS: If you need to reset the database with permissions for Calendars, you can use "tccutil reset Calendar" command in Terminal application.

SMTP Server Settings


Sending Emails with various servers can be a challenge. In this blog article we like to collect the settings needed for using our SendMail functions in FileMaker or CURLEmailMBS class in Xojo to send emails. As you see we always prefer to use encryption.

Bei checking certificates, we can detect and avoid giving our password to a transparent proxy. And we enable TLSv1.2 for all here and require encrypted connection. It's important to test and verify this, as I once run into a hotel reading my emails to count them and prevent spamming. (more)

One month till FileMaker Developer Conference 2019


Please join the FileMaker DevCon 2019 next month and come to visit our booth. Our vendor session will be Wednesday, 7th August 2019, from 12:00pm to 12:30pm.



Please join us 5th to 8th August 2019 in Orlando, Florida, USA.
Monkeybread Software has a booth as usual and we'll be there for a whole week.

You can book the conference for 2 days (1199 USD) or 3 days ($1699), but I would suggest to add training day for ($399) and make it a 4 day conference. And if you come from far away, please make sure you have a day before/after to enjoy some extra activity with other attendees, like a visit to a Disney Park.

FileMaker Magazin - MBS Artikel


Wir haben die Artikel zum MBS Plugin aus dem FileMaker Magazin gesammelt hier online gestellt: FileMaker Magazin Artikel.

Wir empfehlen allen FileMaker Anwender ein Abo vom Magazin und den Kauf der alten Ausgaben. Das FileMaker Magazin ist eine exzellente Quelle von Informationen, Anleitungen und Profitips.


FileMaker Magazin


Heute erschien die Ausgabe 3/2019 vom FileMaker Magazin im K&K Verlag. Die neue Ausgabe bringt 10 interessante Artikel von insgesamt neun Autoren. Schauen Sie mal rein!
  • Neue Funktionen in FileMaker Pro 18
    Ein Überblick
    Arnold Kegebein
  • Achtung, Grenzkontrolle!
    Neue Sicherheitsregeln für Plugins
    Christian Schmitz
  • WHILE you waited ...
    ... entstand eine neue Schleifenfunktion in FileMaker 18
    Dr. Volker Krambrich
  • Datenbankdesign im Alltag
    Feldtypen mit automatischer Werteeingabe Mario Vanella
  • Kleine Taste, große Wirkung
    Die vielen Talente der Option- bzw. Alt-Taste
    Klemens Kegebein
  • Software testen
    FileMaker Entwicklung professionalisieren
    Dr. Volker Krambrich
  • Dubletten zusammenführen
    Vereinigt euch! Teil 3 Klaus Kegebein
  • Auf Biegen und Brechen?
    Stressbewältigung im IT-Bereich Teil 2 Elvira Vega Lechermann
  • Willkommen zur FileMaker Konferenz 2019
    Im Jubiläumsjahr in die Hamburger Hafencity
    Jan Rüdiger
  • Gut verlinkt mit DynaPDF und MBS
    So gelingen Link-Sprünge in PDFs
    Stefanie Juchmes
Wir empfehlen allen deutschsprachigen FileMaker Entwicklern ein Abonnement. Mit dem Zugriff auf das Archiv stehen Ihnen über 160 Ausgaben zur Verfügung mit Beispielen zum Download. Gesammeltes Fachwissen aus 25 Jahren.

Einige Artikel von uns stehen auf der MBS Webseite hier zum Download zur Verfügung.

Debugging problems on FileMaker Cloud for AWS


Since our plugin supports AWS and we built a Linux version of it, we had questions on how to troubleshoot problems. First, the plugin can be installed twice on a FileMaker Server, once for server scripting (PSoS and Scheduled Scripts) and for Web Direct. Both are separate folders, but usually you'll just use the Install Plugin Script Step to install them automatically.

Sometimes you may want to debug a problem related to MBS FileMaker Plugin calls on a FileMaker Cloud server on AWS. So here a few notes:

Trace

First you may want to try our Trace function. This function logs calls to the MBS Plugin. You may see them on MacOS in Console.app, on Windows in DebugView application and on Linux in the log file.

When the plugin starts on Linux, it may output an info line like this:

MBS Plugin version 9.3.0.04 (Linux 64-bit) loaded for ServerScripting, SDK version 18.

You see the plugin version loaded, the platform, which part of FileMaker loaded it and the SDK version of FileMaker. Platform is ServerScripting for the scripting engine on a FileMaker Server. If the plugin is also installed for Web Direct, you may see an entry there with Web as platform.

Next you may see calls in the trace log like this one. We show the current number of the cal and the parameters:

MBS Plugin call #6 with 1 parameters.
Parameter 0: "ProgressDialog.Reset"
Result #6: "[MBS] This function is only available on macOS and Windows: ProgressDialog.Reset"

When the call finishes, the result is print. Calls taking longer may also print how long they run in seconds.

On Linux, those log entries are redirected into files to help debugging. So MBS Plugin redirect stdout into /FileMakerData/Logs/ServerScriptingPluginsStdOut.log and stderr with the error messages /FileMakerData/Logs/ServerScriptingPluginsStdErr.log. You find the trace messages in ServerScriptingPluginsStdErr.log file. For WebDirect the file names are WebPluginsStdErr.log and WebPluginsStdOut.log.

For the log files, it can be very useful to just login via ssh and use tail -f command to show new messages as they arrive in the terminal window:

tail -f /FileMakerData/Logs/ServerScriptingPluginsStdErr.log

CURL

Next if you do CURL transfer, be sure to always check the debug log messages. You query the log with MBS("CURL.GetDebugAsText"; $curl) function after you performed the transfer. In case you look for a problem which causes a crash in the curl library, you can ask the plugin to log to a file. Use the function CURL.CreateDebugOutputFile like this: MBS( "CURL.CreateDebugOutputFile"; $curl; "/tmp/curl-upload.log" ). This will write a log file live, so when a crash happens, you can inspect last line.

If needed, you can include data in the log with CURL.SetDebugWithData. If you use CURL.SetDebugWithTime, you also see the time stamps. With CURL.SetDebugWithProgress we can log the progress happening, so you see how far the transfer got. The whole lines

# create a new debug log file for live log including times and progress details, even if app crashes while the transfer:
Set Variable [ $r ; Value: MBS("CURL.SetDebugWithData"; $curl; 0) ]
Set Variable [ $r ; Value: MBS("CURL.SetDebugWithTime"; $curl; 1) ]
Set Variable [ $r ; Value: MBS("CURL.SetDebugWithProgress"; $curl; 1) ]
Set Variable [ $r ; Value: MBS("CURL.CreateDebugOutputFile"; $curl; "/tmp/curl-upload.log" ) ] (more)

FileMaker 18 - Exklusives Launch Event


es ist wieder ein Jahr vergangen und FileMaker hat die neue Version 18 im Mai vorgestellt.

Gemäß unserer Tradition möchten wir wieder zum "FileMaker 18 - Exklusives Business Event - Launch Event" mit Michael Valentin und Christian Schmitz einladen:

Am Dienstag, den 16. Juli 2019 ab 18 Uhr haben wir folgendes Programm:

ab 18:00:
Einlass und Begrüßung bei der denkform® GmbH in der Alten Ziegelei in Wiesbaden-Igstadt

ab 18:30 Uhr:
Vorstellung der FileMaker 18 Plattform durch Michael Valentin (Solution Consultant, FileMaker, Inc. - An Apple Subsidiary)

ab ca. 19:30 Uhr:
Vorstellung neue Funktionen im mbs Plug-in durch Christian Schmitz (Inhaber von Monkeybread Software)

ab ca. 20:15 Uhr:
Networking

Da die Plätze auf 25 Personen limitiert sind, bitten wir um eine verbindliche Anmeldung.

MBS FileMaker Plugins Mailinglist


We just fixed our sign up form for the MBS FileMaker Plugin Mailing list. See the mailing list page here.

If you like to be informed about new plugin pre-releases and join discussions about our plugins for Xojo, you can sign up here:

Email:

Please do not spam the lists and be polite. If we catch you with an auto responder, we may put you on moderation.
You are welcome to ask questions about our plugin there and get responses from other users.

The list is archived here: Mail Archive

MBS FileMaker Plugin, version 9.3pr4


New in this prerelease of version 9.3 of the MBS FileMaker Plugin:
  • Changed C++ to 2017 dialect for Xcode 11.
  • Fixed bug in Text.DecodeFromBytes function.
  • Fixed memory leak in XML.ReadContainer function.
  • Updated DynaPDF to version 4.0.29.84.
  • Fixed MapView.ShowAddress to correctly center on the found placemark instead of the region for that placemark.
  • Changed web viewer functions to look in front document window on MacOS and Windows instead of any window. This way functions now work in data viewer or the dialog to enter a new calculation.
  • Changed FM.CompareTables to skip formulas, summary and global fields.
Download at monkeybreadsoftware.de/filemaker/files/Prerelease/ or ask for being added to the dropbox shared folder.

MBS Vendor Session at FileMaker Developer Conference 2019


Please join FileMaker DevCon 2019 and come by to our booth. Our vendor session will be Wednesday, 7th August 2019, from 12:00pm to 12:30pm. This is during lunch time, so if you are early, you can grab some food and take a seat in the theater. Or you get your lunch after the session.



Please join us 5th to 8th August 2019 in Orlando, Florida, USA.
Monkeybread Software has a booth as usual and we'll be there for a whole week.

You can book the conference for 2 days (1199 USD) or 3 days ($1699), but I would suggest to add training day for ($399) and make it a 4 day conference. And if you come from far away, please make sure you have a day before/after to enjoy some extra activity with other attendees, like a visit to a Disney Park.

DynaPDF 4 for PHP


Today DynaForms GmbH released a new PHP version of the DynaPDF library. You use this PHP modules with your PHP installation to use DynaPDF commands in PHP code. While PHP 5.x is still supported, you may prefer to migrate to the PHP 7.2 version. The DynaPDF library has the same commands for all PHP versions to make sure your existing PHP scripts can easily be upgraded.

You can download on the DynaForms website:

DynaPDF für PHP 5.3 for 32 Bit Windows and 32/64 Bit Linux.
DynaPDF für PHP 5.4 for 32 Bit Windows and 32/64 Bit Linux
DynaPDF für PHP 7.2 for 32/64 Bit Windows and 32/64 Bit Linux

Source code for the PHP modules. With an Enterprise DynaPDF license you can also download the source code of the DynaPDF library itself.

For the license, your license key for DynaPDF in Xojo and FileMaker will also work for the PHP version!
Try it and enjoy the same commands in your PHP scripts.

JSON Sort


In last prerelease we added JSON sort function to our FileMaker and Xojo plugins.

For FileMaker:

MBS( "JSON.Sort"; json )

For Xojo:

Sort method in JSONMBS class

Both use in-place sorting of the elements for arrays and object keys.
Here two examples:

[9,4,3.2,3.1,123]
returns
[3.1, 3.2, 4, 9, 123]

and

{ "last": 1, "First": 2, "Test": 3, "abc": 4}
returns
{ "abc": 4, "First": 2, "last": 1, "Test": 3 }

As you see it sorts text case insensitive. If you sort a single number, text or boolean value, we just return it as is.

We hope you enjoy the new functions. Please do not hesitate to contact us with questions.

Introducing FM.CompareTables function


Recently we got a nice idea where the MBS FileMaker Plugin could help. We got a new FM.CompareTables function, where the plugin compares two tables and reports the results. The idea is that we can query data about structure and content via SQL and compare it. Very useful to compare the copy of the table form yesterday with the table from today.

MBS( "FM.CompareTables"; FileName1; TableName1; IDField1; FileName2; TableName2; IDField2 { ; Options } )

You pass the plugin the file names, table names and for each the name of the field for the unique IDs to compare. We first query for both tables the field names and field types. The field names allow us to report which field names are added or removed and find the common set of field names.

Once we have the field names, we can run a query in both tables to query the IDs for the records. This queries the given ID field and not the record numbers given by FileMaker internally. This allows to import a table into another one where the internal row numbers change to still compare the values.

Once we have list of IDs, we can report which IDs are added and which removed. For the common IDs, we load data in blocks of 100 rows and compare values. A value is same if the data type is the same and the content compares as equal. We can then report which fields in which records changed or if you don't need full details just report the changed IDs.

Here a sample query:

Show Custom Dialog [ MBS( "FM.CompareTables"; "Assets Backup.fmp12"; "Assets"; "PrimaryKey"; "Assets.fmp12"; "Assets"; "PrimaryKey"; 1 ) ]

The field named primary key is the field with the UUIDs to identify the records. The result may look like this:

{
    "Messages":     [],
    "TableName1":     "Assets",
    "TableName2":     "Assets",
    "FileName1":     "Assets Backup.fmp12",
    "FileName2":     "Assets.fmp12",
    "FieldsIgnored":     ["gTest"],
    "RemovedFields":     ["Serial Number"],
    "Fields":     ["CreatedBy", "CreationTimestamp", "Description", "Image", "ModificationTimestamp", "ModifiedBy", "Name", "Price", "PrimaryKey", "Purchase Date", "Type", "Vendor"],
    "AddedFields":     ["Weight"],
    "RemovedIDs":     ["880F4BC1-7410-4ED0-A3E6-D9BD1B828A16"],
    "AddedIDs":     ["A8B447FA-74B9-4911-9180-A940CD251DB5"],
    "ChangedRecords":     {
        "B982C9FE-A3A2-49F6-A0A9-8FB9A2CB421B":     [{
                "Field":     "ModificationTimestamp",
                "OldValue":     "2019-06-21 15:54:33",
                "NewValue":     "2019-06-21 15:55:25"
            }, {
                "Field":     "Price",
                "OldValue":     "2",
                "NewValue":     "2.5"
            }]
    }
}

As you see we identified the removed and added fields and the common fields. Calculated and summary fields are ignored and global fields skipped. If someone needs to compare those, we may be able to add an option for them. For changed records, we opt-in for the extended version with an array of objects containing the records changed. The detailed array has the list of field changes with field name, old and new value.

If you like, you can show progress dialog via ProgressDialog.Show and the plugin will update the progress value while comparing data.

We hope you find this useful and if you have further ideas, please contact us.
MBS FileMaker Plugin 9.3pr3 has the function included and for pr4 we changed it to skip globals, summary and calculated fields.

MBS FileMaker Plugin, version 9.3pr3


New in this prerelease of version 9.3 of the MBS FileMaker Plugin: Download at monkeybreadsoftware.de/filemaker/files/Prerelease/ or ask for being added to the dropbox shared folder.

Frühbucherangebot endet für FileMaker Konferenz 2019 in Hamburg


Vom 16. bis 19. Oktober 2019 findet die zehnte deutschsprachige FileMaker Konferenz in Hamburg, Deutschland statt. FileMaker Anwender und Entwickler können ihre Teilnahme a sofort buchen. Anmeldungen bis zum 21. Juni erhalten einen Frühbucher-Rabatt auf die Konferenzpauschale.

Die Veranstalter vom Verein FM Konferenz erwarten auch 2019 rund 180 Entwickler, Anwender, IT-Fachleute und Entscheidungsträger aus Wirtschaft, Bildung und Verwaltung. Rund um über 25 Fachvorträge und Workshops wird es viel Zeit zum Vernetzen in den gemeinsamen Pausen und beim Abendprogramm geben.

Dieses Jahr gibt es wieder eine MBS Plugin Workshop, diesmal am 16. Oktober 2019.
Anmeldung bei Monkeybread Software.

Older blog entries:

2019-06-19 MBS SQLite Extension in version 1.5
2019-06-18 Search for variables in data viewer
2019-06-14 ZUGFeRD 2.0 and Factur-X for FileMaker
2019-06-13 Ideas from WWDC
2019-06-12 MBS FileMaker Plugin, version 9.3pr2
2019-06-12 CubeSQL Library for Mac
2019-06-10 This week local FileMaker Meetings in California
2019-06-09 WWDC Tipps and Notes
2019-06-07 Early bird offer ends for FileMaker Developer Conference 2019
2019-06-07 More on MapViews in FileMaker
2019-06-05 Plugin wishes for macOS 10.15 and iOS 13?
2019-06-03 MBS FileMaker Plugin, version 9.3pr1
2019-06-03 FileMaker 18 File Script Steps vs. BinaryFile functions
2019-06-02 LLVM Bitcode
2019-06-01 Page Setup Dialog example
2019-05-29 Video about IMAP Email example
2019-05-29 MBS Plugin Release Schedule
2019-05-28 Matrix functions for FileMaker
2019-05-28 Run fmsadmin from script
2019-05-23 Fix for Windows in MBS FileMaker Plugin 9.2.10

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