[FX.php List] Getting Error 101 when using FMEdit()

Michael Layne fx at 9degrees.com
Thu May 12 13:25:38 MDT 2005

It might be something as simple as -recID case-sensitive. (which is  
the old CDML way, etc.)  I know that with FM7SA, it only works with - 
recid (not -recID).  BTW, you are using the required "-" (hyphen) to  
make it the "reserved" word, right?

         $result = $query->FMEdit();

         // this is for 6U and 7SA.  Don't have 5.5 to test...



On May 10, 2005, at 4:19 PM, Dave Strickler wrote:

> I am attaching to a v5.5 Filemaker Unlimited (windows) workstation  
> that talks to a 5.x Filemaker server.
> I have many databases that are loaded on the FMU workstation, and  
> have successfully queried them and updated them with fx.php. To  
> speed up development, and have written a wrapper class in PHP (that  
> I am happy to share).
> The problem is that I have a single database that works just in  
> Filemaker just fine (multi-user, etc), and I can FMFind() from it  
> just fine. It pulls the data out, and I can view it on the screen.  
> However, when I use the 'recid' field to update any record in this  
> database, I get a "101" error, indicating the "Record is missing".
> Now since I queried and found the record a few seconds ago, I know  
> the record is there, and I can repeat this sequence over and over.
> Any ideas why other databases allow this, and yet this database  
> won't allow an update?
> I have checked the privs (I am using the Web Server Privs) and the  
> user has all privs.
> TIA,
> Dave Strickler
> MailWise LLC
> 617 267-0044 x810
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