With FileMaker Go for iPad or iPhone, data in FileMaker systems can be sent out on the road, allowing users to work independently from hosted FileMaker Pro files. In addition, data collected in the field can be added to the hosted system. If remote users have a fulltime network connection with sufficient bandwidth, they may work directly with the hosted system and will have no need to sync. But for remote FileMaker Go users who need the freedom to move without relying on a network connection, syncing a deployed system to a hosted system is an essential part of a solution designed specifically for them. Syncing data between the two systems may be as simple as importing records from one file to another, or as complex as incremental record by record updates based on business rules. This document discusses the two separate but interrelated components of syncing record exchange and record processing. While the focus of this paper is on syncing between FileMaker Go files and hosted FileMaker Pro files, the concepts may also be applied to syncing between files used solely by FileMaker Pro users (for instance, syncing a FileMaker system deployed on a laptop with a hosted FileMaker system).
Learn how understanding psychology of Maslow's Hierarchy of Needs can help you in marketing on social media. When you’re running marketing campaigns on social media platforms or trying to better understand the consumer decision making process, knowing Maslow’s Hierarchy of Needs and a little bit of psychology definitely helps you get into the minds of your customers. Don’t forget that to learn is to earn!
Here is a great infographic depicting Maslow’s Hierarchy of Needs and social media by Lombok Design and SMTT:
There are generally three ways to get web-based form data into FileMaker.You can set up Instant Web Publishing using FileMaker Server Advanced, exposing a FileMaker layout directly to the web.You can write a custom HTML form and submit the data...
Here is a nice little FileMaker Pro 13 Tip - Do you keep your custom functions in FileMaker Pro 13 sorted by a "Custom Order"? If so, then I'm sure you've noticed that new or duplicated functions appear at the bottom of the list. Moving the new item near the top of a long list…
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