[FX.php List] custom functions
jsfmp at earthlink.net
Tue May 31 23:15:24 MDT 2011
If you are accessing any data in your custom function that resides in
a different table, make sure that the second table also has the
Otherwise, I believe auto-enter calcs do not always work with records
created over the Web. I don't know the specifics of when they do and
when they don't, but my (admittedly suspect) memory seems to recall
other times that auto-enters didn't work... I even seem to remember
triggering an FM script within an FMNew call to have the FM script set
the field that didn't auto-enter. (This was in a DB created by
: database design
: web development
On May 31, 2011, at 5:59 PM, Dale Bengston wrote:
> I doubt recursion has anything to do with it. More likely, the
> script uses values in global fields, or there's something else about
> it that causes it to fail when triggered by web access.
> Dale Bengston
> Streamline Studio, LLC
> On May 31, 2011, at 4:15 PM, Frank G wrote:
>> Hi Michael
>> The function has the defaults setting of Availability for All
>> Maybe it's because it's recursive
>> On 2011-05-31, at 4:35 AM, Head Honcho wrote:
>>> They are "just" functions.
>>> Just make sure that the account privileges have been set correctly
>>> for your function(s).
>>> Hope this helps, somewhat.
>>> Michael Ward
>>> Head Honcho, CustoMike Solutions
>>> Member, FileMaker Business Alliance & FileMaker Technical Network
>>> FileMaker 7, 8, 9 & 10 Certified Developer
>>> ph 0414 562 501
>>> headhoncho at customikesolutions.com
>>> On 31/05/2011, at 12:08 AM, Frank G wrote:
>>>> I was do some testing with a custom function. OK_Encrypt() which
>>>> is recursive.
>>>> It works via Filemaker client but not via FMNew()
>>>> I have a text field with an auto-enter calculation using a custom
>>>> function and "Do not replace existing value of field" unchecked.
>>>> Should it work or not?
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