The state of curl 2020


Daniel Stenberg tells what's the state of CURL tool/library.



See on the CURL video website and watch on Youtube.
We use CURL extensively for our MBS Plugins and visited the CURL Up conferences in the past. We look forward to a conference next year to meet the CURL community again.

FreeTDS 1.1.33 Libraries


Today we managed to build new FreeTDS libraries for you.
Those are based on FreeTDS version 1.1.33 from FreeTDS.org website:

FreeTDS is a set of libraries for Unix and Linux that allows your programs to natively talk to Microsoft SQL Server and Sybase databases.

Technically speaking, FreeTDS is an open source implementation of the TDS (Tabular Data Stream) protocol used by these databases for their own clients. It supports many different flavors of the protocol and three APIs to access it. Additionally FreeTDS works with other software such as Perl and PHP, providing access from those languages as well.

If you are looking for a Java implementation, we refer you to the jTDS project on SourceForge.

FreeTDS has many possible uses. It has been used by Unix/Linux webservers to present data stored in SQL Server to the web, to port SQL Server database code from NT to Unix, to import data into SQL Server from a Unix source, and to provide database access on platforms (such as realtime systems) that have no native drivers.

The FreeTDS C libraries are available under the terms of the GNU LGPL license. Consult COPYING.LIB in the distribution for details.

Download: FreeTDS 1.1.33.dmg and FreeTDS 1.1.33.zip

We use this library in MBS Plugins to connect to Microsoft SQL Servers from MacOS and Linux.
Supporte platforms in this download include Mac 32/64bit, Linux 32/64bit for Intel/ARM and iOS for both simulator and device.

MBS Birthday Sale ends tomorrow


We celebrate in April 2020 the 20th anniversary of our company. The month is almost over. We got congratulations from hundreds of people, quite a few orders with the discount applied and we had a great birthday cake. Thank you all!



We hope to see a lot of clients and friends at the party next year. Invitations will go out in January for the new date.
If you need a license, get it today or tomorrow with the 20% discount applied.

Have a great spring time at home, stay healthy and see you at the next conferences!

Enable HiDPI aware web viewer for FileMaker


With latest pre-release we added the WebView.SetInternetExplorerHiDPI function to switch on the HiDPI aware more for FileMaker application (or runtime). See comparison picture:



In your start script you can just call this function once to enable it:

MBS( "WebView.SetInternetExplorerHiDPI"; 1 )

When this option is active before web viewer is created, the web control will display the content high-dpi aware and zoom to 100% independent of the DPI of the display.

In earlier blog post we recommended to use JavaScript to zoom the website:

MBS( "WebView.RunJavaScript"; "web"; "document.body.style.zoom = \"200%\"; ")

But this is no longer needed on Windows once the web viewer zooms correctly.

PS: For Xojo use IEWebBrowserMBS.SetInternetExplorerHiDPI function to do the same.

MBS FileMaker Plugin, version 10.2pr5


New in this prerelease of version 10.2 of the MBS FileMaker Plugin: Download at monkeybreadsoftware.com/filemaker/files/Prerelease/ or ask for being added to the dropbox shared folder.

FileMaker Server Plugin Installation


You have a FileMaker Server installed, e.g. on Windows Server, and you need the MBS Plugin installed. Let us guide you though the installation process.
We expect you have a current FileMaker Server running. If you have an older/newer one, the buttons may be on a different position.

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20th Birthday Cake


We had hired Frederik Leersch, a local cake artisan, to create us a big cake for the 20th birthday party. Sadly the party is moved to next year. But for this year, we changed the order to deliver a few smaller cakes to deliver to our staff:



See sweetcakeart.de to see what Frederik can do: Cake Pictures

ODBC driver and MBS SQL Functions in FileMaker


We have made a ton of example code in the last decade showing how to connect to Microsoft SQL Server from MacOS or Linux using FreeTDS and our MBS FileMaker Plugin. And there are two ways to do it:

1. With loading driver directly

Set Variable [$result; Value: MBS("SQL.SetClient"; $Connection; "ODBC")]
#Tell plugin where freetds library is
Set Variable [$result; Value: MBS( "SQL.SetConnectionOption"; $Connection; "ODBC.LIBS"; "/Users/cs/Desktop/libtdsodbc.dylib")]
#Connect to database
Set Variable [$result; Value: MBS("SQL.Connect"; $Connection; "DRIVER={FREETDS};Server=192.168.2.32;UId=SA;PWD=test;Database=test;TDS_VERSION=7.2;Port=1433")]

As you see, we point to the dylib as ODBC library, load it and connect through it.

2. With loading iODBC and having driver in connection string

Set Variable [$result; Value: MBS("SQL.SetClient"; $Connection; "ODBC")]
#Tell plugin where freetds library is
Set Variable [$path; Value: "/Users/cs/Desktop/libtdsodbc.dylib" ]
#Connect to database
Set Variable [$result; Value: MBS("SQL.Connect"; $Connection; "DRIVER={" & $path & "};Server=192.168.2.32;UId=SA;PWD=test;Database=test;TDS_VERSION=7.2;Port=1433")]

As you see, we let the plugin load libiodbc.dylib (ODBC manager) and then have it load the library.

What is better?

Both ways do work, so for most customers there is no difference. But the second way is better as the libiodbc does some additional services like text encoding conversations, provide additional functions like a directory of the various database drivers, functions to browser for databases and a way to work with data sources.

So we recommend in general that all customers prefer the second way over the ODBC manager to make sure all things work well. For the next weeks, we'll try to update a couple of blog posts and examples projects.

Use formatted text in Excel files with FileMaker and LibXL


With the recent release of LibXL 3.9, we got new functions for working with styled text. For our MBS FileMaker Plugin, we added new functions for styled text:
Now you can pass directly styled text from a field in FileMaker to a cell in an Excel document. Or you build a styled text from scratch with text formatting functions in FileMaker like in the example below:

# create sheet
Set Variable [ $sheet ; Value: MBS( "XL.Book.AddSheet"; $book; "Styled Text Test") ]
#
Set Variable [ $row ; Value: 1 ]
Set Variable [ $col ; Value: 0 ]
Set Variable [ $text ; Value: TextColor ( TextSize ( "Red"; 15 ) & " Text" ; RGB ( 255 ; 0 ; 0 ) ) & TextColor ( TextSize ( " and blue"; 14 ) ; RGB (0 ; 0 ; 255 ) ) & " in FileMaker" ]
#
Set Variable [ $r ; Value: MBS( "XL.Sheet.CellWriteStyledText"; $book; $sheet; $row; $col; $text) ]
#
Set Variable [ $text ; Value: TextFont ( TextStyleAdd ( "Hello World" ; Bold+Underline+Italic ); "Calibri" ) ]
Set Variable [ $row ; Value: 2 ]
Set Variable [ $r ; Value: MBS( "XL.Sheet.CellWriteStyledText"; $book; $sheet; $row; $col; $text) ]

In our example database we show the styled text in two fields to check if we got them right:

For the conversion to/from styled text, we support passing font name, color, size and the following styles: bold, italic, strikethrough, single/double underline, subscript and superscript. Optionally, you can attach a format to the cell, which may define the alignment and other formatting options. We hope you enjoy this functions and use them to post process the Excel exports from FileMaker or code your own export from scratch via script.

Please try the new functionality and don't hesitate to contact us with questions. This is already included in 10.2pr4 download.

Digitally signing PDF with DynaPDF and custom signature appearance


For some time now we can sign PDFs with DynaPDF functions automatically in a script in FileMaker. For next pre-release we add a new feature to add a custom signature appearance. You define in your script how the PDF draws the signature on the page and includes the validation icon. That validation icon is a special feature of the PDF reader where they draw a checkmark to let you know the signature is valid. Like this screenshot:



We draw in the box there to show it's signed, write the name there and then tell the PDF viewer to place the icon left to the text. If the PDF viewer doesn't know or doesn't check, this should display a question mark. See picture on the right.

To do this, you do three steps:
  1. You call DynaPDF.CreateSigField to create a signature field on the PDF and specify the coordinates. You choose where to put it on the page and yes, you can render various areas and look for white space.
  2. To place the validation icon, please use our new DynaPDF.PlaceSigFieldValidateIcon function. This receives relative coordinates within the signature field rectangle.
  3. Then use DynaPDF.CreateSigFieldAP to create a custom signature field appearance stream and draw some text into it. You draw what you like within the given rectangle of your signature and the icon is later placed on top over the custom drawing. Please call DynaPDF.EndTemplate when done with the drawing.
Now you save the PDF and use our DynaPDF.SaveAndSignFile function to provide the file path to the private key file and let the plugin close the file with valid signature.

PS: Also available for Xojo with DynaPDFMBS class, see signature appearance project.

MBS FileMaker Plugin Examples Videos


Stefanie Juchmes made two videos where she walks though example files on MacOS and Windows.
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MBS FileMaker Plugin Examples Windows (English)

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MBS FileMaker Plugin Examples MacOS (English)

For more presentation videos see the other videos


MBS FileMaker Plugin, version 10.2pr4


New in this prerelease of version 10.2 of the MBS FileMaker Plugin: Download at monkeybreadsoftware.com/filemaker/files/Prerelease/ or ask for being added to the dropbox shared folder.

Using libPhoneNumber for phone number formatting


Recently a client asked whether we could integrate the libPhoneNumber library into the plugins. Well, it's a big C++ library with a lot of dependencies and it looks like building a static version for our plugin or a DLL version to load at runtime is a bit tricky. But we found the JavaScript port of the library on the same website. This one has a couple of dependencies, but it can be compiled into a single file version with all required libraries embedded in one JavaScript file.

As you may know we introduced a JavaScript engine into our plugins last December for both FileMaker and Xojo. This JavaScript engine is capable to load the standalone version of libPhoneNumber and execute queries to work with phone numbers. Let us look at a few examples. First you load the library and initialize everything. Then you query for example the intlTelInputUtils.formatNumber function to format a number:

intlTelInputUtils.formatNumber('01751234567', 'DE', intlTelInputUtils.numberFormat.INTERNATIONAL)

The result is "+49 175 1234567", which formats the number for international use with spaces in-between for humans. All javaScript functions used here are in the intlTelInputUtils namespace, so all function names have this as prefix. The formatNumber function itself takes three parameters with the number, the country code and the format. Possible formats are given as constants in JavaScript, so you can pass here E164, INTERNATIONAL, NATIONAL or RFC3966. The last one is the tel: URL for use in links on a website. For our test number, we would get "+491751234567" for E164, "0175 1234567" for NATIONAL and "tel:+49-175-1234567" for RFC3966.

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Vote for FileMaker Plugin SDK Ideas


As you may know FileMaker comes with a plugin SDK, which C++ developers like me use to develop plugins. Now the Plugin SDK offers a way to register functions and script steps and provide additional features to the FileMaker developer.

The plugin developer can get a list of parameters with the function call and inspect them, e.g. do different things for containers, texts or numbers passed in. And the plugin can return a value as result and the SDK offers functions to return texts, numbers and assemble containers. Over the years we got a few SQL functions to do queries and modify data in the database on behalf of the FileMaker developer. With the evaluate function in the SDK, we can call Get(Functions) or do calculations.

From a plugin we can trigger a script. That means the script call is put on a queue and executed later after the current script finished. But for some reason, we can't trigger a script on FileMaker Server. The plugin SDK doesn't provide the functionality to do this.

In the plugin we can work with styled text stored in FileMaker fields. We use that to format JSON and XML text now. But we can't access alignments in a styled text.

So as a plugin developer I submitted a few ideas over time:
Please vote for them if you like. Claris Inc. may look right now what to deliver in 2020 and we would appreciate if something would be picked based on popular vote.

Those ideas could help to make a better plugin SDK, which may lead a dozen plugin developers to make better plugins, which hundreds of FileMaker developers could use in thousands of solutions.

PS: Fixed links to point to new Claris community.

Half way through April and our MBS Birthday Sale


So far a couple of people updated their licenses, some even for 5 years. Thank you.

We are half through April, so our sale has another 14 days left.
If you have a license about to expire or just expired a few months ago, just order an update if you like. We really do encourage everyone to take advantage of it and make sure you have all your licenses updated to current versions. The 20% discount with coupon code 20years is a gift to all our users.

For everyone with licenses expired before 6/2019, it is usually cheaper to buy a new one with discount instead of a multi year update.

If you have an older license, you don't need any more and you don't want to get reminder emails about, please let us know so we can mark the email to not get newsletters.

See also MBS Birthday Sale and FAQ for our Birthday Sale.

MBS FileMaker Plugin, version 10.2pr3


New in this prerelease of version 10.2 of the MBS FileMaker Plugin: Download at monkeybreadsoftware.com/filemaker/files/Prerelease/ or ask for being added to the dropbox shared folder.

Sort with evaluate in FileMaker


We got a few new functions to sort lists: List.SortWithEvaluate, QuickList.SortWithEvaluate and JSON.SortWithEvaluate.

The idea is to pass an expression to do the comparison for the sort operation. This way you can use functions like for example GetAsNumber() to convert from text to number.

If you run the function with simply comparing leftValue and rightValue like this:

MBS("List.SortWithEvaluate"; "1¶22¶3"; "leftValue < rightValue")

You get the list back with 1, 22 and 3. But if you use GetAsNumber(), you define the order for numbers like this:

MBS("List.SortWithEvaluate"; "1¶22¶3"; "GetAsNumber(leftValue) < GetAsNumber(rightValue)")

The list is now returned as 1, 3 and 22.

This function can handle various things including sorting by date with GetAsDate(), sorting only text after first 5 characters with Middle() function or do various other operations as needed.

Finally we applied the same technique to JSON with our new JSON.SortWithEvaluate function. You can sort array values here and do the JSON comparison in the expression by using built-in JSON functions in FileMaker or our MBS JSON functions. Here an example sorting a JSON array:

MBS( "JSON.SortWithEvaluate"; "[2,9,3,1]"; "MBS( \"JSON.GetValue\"; leftJSON) < MBS( \"JSON.GetValue\"; rightJSON)" )

Next an example to sort objects by a value of a key within each object. For example if you have records with a name as one of the fields, you can now sort by the field name:

MBS( "JSON.SortWithEvaluate"; "[
    {\"name\": \"Joe\"},
    {\"name\": \"Anna\"},
    {\"name\": \"Tim\"},
    {\"name\": \"John\"}
    ]"; "JSONGetElement ( leftJSON; \"name\") < JSONGetElement ( rightJSON; \"name\")" )

The expression can combine multiple comparisons to look e.g. on first and last name. The following expression would look first if last name is the same and then compare first name:

If (JSONGetElement ( leftJSON; \"lastName\") = JSONGetElement ( rightJSON; \"lastName\");
    JSONGetElement ( leftJSON; \"firstName\") < JSONGetElement ( rightJSON; \"firstName\");
    JSONGetElement ( leftJSON; \"lastName\") < JSONGetElement ( rightJSON; \"lastName\") )

If you do the standard sorting, our List.Sort, QuickList.Sort and JSON.Sort functions will be much faster. But this is for maximum flexibility. If needed we could put in some optimization of course for the future.

Trigger FileMaker Scripts from JavaScript in FileMaker without fmp URL


Did you know you can have a callback from JavaScript in a web viewer in FileMaker without using FMP URL scheme?

For MacOS and iOS in FileMaker 16 or newer, you can use the WebKit message handler feature. First you call Webview.AddScriptMessageHandler function to register a name:

MBS( "Webview.AddScriptMessageHandler"; Name )

Next you can use it in Javascript to trigger a script in FileMaker from JavaScript:

window.webkit.messageHandlers.test.postMessage({'filename':'WebView Message Handler.fmp12', 'parameter':'Hello World from JavaScript', 'scriptName':'test'});

And you can evaluate an expression in JavaScript:

window.webkit.messageHandlers.test.postMessage({'evaluate':'MBS( "Msgbox"; "Hello from Evaluate in JavaScript" )'});

As you see, we get for our message handler a new entry in the namespace called window.webkit.messageHandlers.test. This allows us to call postMessage method there and this triggers the plugin code to trigger scripts or do evaluation. The parameter to the postMessage must be a Javascript object with a few properties:
  • fileName: The name of the file with the script.
  • scriptName: The name of the script to trigger.
  • parameter: The parameter to pass to the script.
  • evaluate: The expression to evaluation.
This works nice for 2 years now and we'd love to see what you can do with this technique.

You can define a JavaScript function to wrap this and install it with WebView.RunJavaScript into the web viewer or include it in the html document:

function CallFileMaker(FileName, ScriptName, Parameter)
{
    window.webkit.messageHandlers.test.postMessage({'filename': FileName, 'parameter': Parameter, 'scriptName': ScriptName });
}

Works in FileMaker Pro, Runtimes and in apps based on the FileMaker iOS SDK.

ISO FileMaker Magazin Videos


Matt Petrowsky from the ISO FileMaker Magazine has an amazing library of video content related to FileMaker. You can subscribe on the website and enjoy a lot of tutorials and video talks about learning FileMaker.

Currently for the time of the COVID-19 pandemie he provides a new series on Youtube:

Learning FileMaker: Covid 19 Solution.

We are honored to be mentioned in episode #4 where Matt talks about enhancements in FileMaker provided by MBS Plugin:

Learning FileMaker: Episode #4 - Enhancing your development environment

Enjoy the series and have fun learning FileMaker!

We are Claris Partner


We are now a Claris Partner as we just renewed our FBA membership:

It is already 8 years since we applied for this and being a Claris Partner helps:

The listing on the website as well as recommendations to prospects by Claris employers helps to bring business to your company. You get a discount for license purchase so you can make some money selling your solution bundled with the FileMaker licenses and offer one stop shopping to your clients. You can list your products on the marketplace and use Solution Bundle Agreement if you like to sell a lot of bundles. Access to beta versions, extra training sessions, exclusive partner meetings and a few test licenses are included, too.

If you like to become Claris Partner, you can read more on the FileMaker website.

FAQ for our Birthday Sale


Our birthday sale is a way to give every user a thank you with a 20% price reduction. We really do encourage everyone to take advantage of it and make sure you have all your licenses updated to current versions.

The special offer for 20th birthday of Monkeybread Software ends on 30th April. On 1st May we will remove all notices for it and disable thereafter the coupon codes.

If you have a license expired before June 2019, you could buy a new license with discount as that is usually cheaper than multi year updates.

Purchases going through Paypal should get the discount applied automatically, so the amount shown on Paypal website is the reduced price. If you accidentally paid full price here, we may just refund the 20% or add 3 extra months to the licenses.

For our web shows via Share-It and FastSpring, you can use the coupon code 20years and for most links on our website it should be included automatically.

Government entities or public authorities may just order via email & invoice as usual. We still prefer orders through the web shop with an official credit card as that is processed right away.

If you made a purchase in April without applying the discount, we can offer you to simply extend the license for 3 additional months as often a partial refund is not possible.

You can order multi years updates if you like for up to 5 years. If you buy a new license, you can right after buying the new license also buy the updates.

Finally, thanks for your support and for keeping the company running for another 20 years!

PS: Please make sure your license covers summer 2020, so you get current plugin to use with next FileMaker & Xojo versions.

Convert a SVG image to PNG with alpha channel


You can use GraphicsMagick functions in MBS FileMaker Plugin to convert a SVG to a PNG image with transparency.

To assist there we add a new GMImage.ReadFromContainer function to our plugin. This allows you to create the picture, configure it and then load the picture into the image. When you set background to transparent in a picture with alpha channel, you can preserve the transparency from the SVG. And as you specify a size for the picture and reading it, you can scale the SVG to the size you need:

 

# Load image from container

Set Variable [ $image ; Value: MBS( "GMImage.New"; "500x500"; "transparent" ) ] 

 

# turn on alpha channel and set background to transparent

Set Variable [ $r ; Value: MBS( "GMImage.SetType"; $image; 7 ) ] 

Set Variable [ $r ; Value: MBS( "GMImage.SetBackgroundColor"; $Image; "transparent" ) ] 

 

# Read SVG

Set Variable [ $r ; Value: MBS( "GMImage.ReadFromContainer"; $image; SVG to PNG::InputFile; "500x500"; 0; "SVG" ) ] 

# Output to container and release image

Set Field [ SVG to PNG::OutputFile ; MBS( "GMImage.WriteToPNGContainer"; $image; "test.png") ] 

Set Variable [ $r ; Value: MBS("GMImage.Free"; $image) ] 

If you have questions or need a newer plugin including the new plugin, please don't hesitate to contact us.


MBS FileMaker Plugin, version 10.2pr2


New in this prerelease of version 10.2 of the MBS FileMaker Plugin: Download at monkeybreadsoftware.com/filemaker/files/Prerelease/ or ask for being added to the dropbox shared folder.

MacOS System Preference Links


Since MacOS 10.10 we got links to open system preferences and point user to a specific preference panels.

In general you have "x-apple.systempreferences:" as URL scheme followed by the bundle ID of the preferences panel. Not all preference panes can be accessed this way and some have special parameters for sub panels. Here is the list:
Preference PaneBundle IdentifierCan be opened via URL?
Accountscom.apple.preferences.usersno
Appearancecom.apple.preference.generalno
Bluetoothcom.apple.preferences.Bluetoothno
ClassroomSettingscom.apple.ClassroomSettingsno
DateAndTimecom.apple.preference.datetimeno
DesktopScreenEffectsPrefcom.apple.preference.desktopscreeneffectno
DigiHubDiscscom.apple.preference.digihub.discsno
Displayscom.apple.preference.displaysno
Dockcom.apple.preference.dockno
EnergySavercom.apple.preference.energysaverno
Exposecom.apple.preference.exposeno
Extensionscom.apple.preferences.extensionsno
FibreChannelcom.apple.prefpanel.fibrechannelno
iCloudPrefcom.apple.preferences.icloudyes
Inkcom.apple.preference.inkno
InternetAccountscom.apple.preferences.internetaccountsno
Keyboardcom.apple.preference.keyboardno
Localizationcom.apple.Localizationno
Mousecom.apple.preference.mouseno
Networkcom.apple.preference.networkno
Notificationscom.apple.preference.notificationsyes
ParentalControlscom.apple.preferences.parentalcontrolsno
PrintAndFaxcom.apple.preference.printfaxno
PrintAndScancom.apple.preference.printfaxno
Profilescom.apple.preferences.configurationprofilesno
Securitycom.apple.preference.securityyes
SharingPrefcom.apple.preferences.sharingyes
SoftwareUpdatecom.apple.preferences.softwareupdateyes
Soundcom.apple.preference.soundno
Speechcom.apple.preference.speechyes
Spotlightcom.apple.preference.spotlightno
StartupDiskcom.apple.preference.startupdiskno
TimeMachinecom.apple.prefs.backupno
TouchIDcom.apple.preferences.passwordyes
Trackpadcom.apple.preference.trackpadno
UniversalAccessPrefcom.apple.preference.universalaccessyes
Walletcom.apple.preferences.walletno
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Query FileMaker records as JSON


When you need FileMaker records as JSON, you can just query them via MBS Plugin functions. Use FM.SQL.Execute first to run SQL and get reference number to result in memory. Then call FM.SQL.JSONRecords to get the records as a JSON array. This has high performance and may be faster than looping in a script to build the JSON in pure FileMaker functions.

Once you have the JSON, you may just pass it to FileMaker's data API to move records to another server or pass them as payload for a web service. Within the SQL you can make adjustments to the data. For example you insert fixed values with putting them in the SQL (text in single quotes), you can use CONCAT to concat texts or use CAST() to change data type in SQL. By passing field list to FM.SQL.JSONRecords, you can rename the fields to match whatever you target service expects.

# get related teams
Set Variable [ $r ; Value: MBS( "FM.SQL.Execute"; Get(FileName); "SELECT \"UUID\", \"ID\", \"ID_Abteilung\", \"Team.Name\", \"Txt_Anz.Mia\" FROM \"Teams\" WHERE ID_Abteilung=?"; Abteilung::ID) ]
If [ MBS("IsError") ]
    Show Custom Dialog [ "SQL error" ; $r ]
Else
    # fill as json in field
    Set Field [ Abteilung::JSON_Abteilung ; MBS( "FM.SQL.JSONRecords"; $r; "UUID¶ID¶ID_Abteilung¶Team.Name¶Txt_Anz.Mia") ]
    Set Variable [ $e ; Value: MBS( "FM.SQL.Release"; $r ) ]
End If

Don't forget to release memory when you are done by calling FM.SQL.Release function.
Check also FM.SQL.JSONRecord to just get one row as JSON object. Use FM.SQL.InsertRecords to insert records into another table in another file within FileMaker or FM.SQL.InsertRecordsToSQL to insert records to a foreign database, e.g. MySQL. You can use FM.SQL.CSV to get records as CSV for exporting.

This works in runtime applications and may be useful in all FileMaker apps to collect data to send to a web service, e.g. to FileMaker Server's DATA API.

If you have questions, please don't hesitate to contact us.

Virtuelle FileMaker Stammtische


Da aktuell kein Restaurant oder Biergarten offen hat, verlegen sich viele Stammtische ins Internet.

Dienstag war der Virtueller, überregionaler FileMaker Stammtisch vom Holger Darjus organisiert. Immerhin 56 Leute waren zur Spitzenzeit online!

Heute Abend findet dann der Hamburger Stammtisch virtuell statt. 2. April, gegen 19 Uhr per Zoom teilnehmen: Zoom Link.

Voraussichtlich findet der Ulmer Stammtisch die Woche darauf auch virtuell statt.

Der Zürcher Stammtisch findet am 17. April online statt. Anmeldung

Generell bietet es sich an, dass FileMaker Entwickler aus dem ganzen Deutschsprachigen Raum sich regelmäßig treffen. Und reihum können verschiedene Leute die Moderation übernehmen.

MBS FileMaker Plugin, version 10.2pr1


New in this prerelease of version 10.2 of the MBS FileMaker Plugin: Download at monkeybreadsoftware.com/filemaker/files/Prerelease/ or ask for being added to the dropbox shared folder.

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