Here’s my setup, maybe I’m doing something wrong here. Comments appreciated especially if I missed some obvious technique that would have saved me a half-day of work. My only choice at the moment then is to add the data through a Servoy form via an import or otherwise. I can access the file via browser pointed to http: Yes, FileMaker sharing is set up correctly. So I’m guessing I’ve set everything up right and that there is a problem with Servoy. I’m not quite sure how to specify paths with windows.
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I’m not quite sure how to specify paths with windows.
It uses the clipboard as the transfer mechanism and parsing strings on the Servoy side of things to populate fields. Are you using a 3rd party driver? It seems to me that if I can see FileMaker as a data source all problems are solved. You must add the mysql-connector-java Importing isn’t my first choice due to the number of steps involved. After much banging of head on nearby walls, I’ve come up with a way to get FileMaker data into Servoy using MySQL as a backend with minimal fuss to the user.
JdbcOdbcDriver” is installed correctly in Servoy?
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I have a html page that posts some info which is received by the jsp page. My primary need in this transition process converting functionality over to Servoy from FileMaker is an easy way to control and automate transfer of data from FileMaker to Servoy and back. Why would you like jbdc use Filemaker as a backend? The previous release of FileMaker Pro 4.
I’ve used that SQL plugin in the past — it works great. Sign up using Facebook. JdbcDriver The server is accepted and I close out of the window.
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Troi also has a plugin allowing http get and post. Tested on Mac OS Eventually — and certainly as Servoy matures — I see most of our business functionality being rewritten in Servoy. Post as a guest Name. Sign up jdbcdrivwr Email and Password.
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In the meantime, I have to live with both worlds and I need an easy way for them to talk to each other. Thanks for the help – david. Google [Bot] and 0 guests. Email Required, but never shown. Still working on it Although some tools that have less functionality like a query tool might work Servoy might not because of certain JDBC functions it relies on. You load the wrong driver.