[FX.php List] FMS 13

Dale Bengston dale.bengston at gmail.com
Wed Jun 17 10:20:33 MDT 2015

Hi Bob,

Thanks for the things to check. I’m using FX.php v6.0. That’s the latest production release, I think?

The database is named exactly as it is for the production server. I've never used extensions in my server_data, so that’s not it either.

Also, I should mention that client-server is working, so I can verify the databases are active and editable, and permissions are set right, and the server is actually serving FileMaker goodness.

I seem to remember some issues with a one-machine install for web? Is this a problem? I can’t say I’m really happy about FMS13 insisting on taking over port 80. The more complex FMS installs get over time, the more I lose interest in the platform.


> On Jun 17, 2015, at 11:04 AM, Bob Patin <bob at patin.com> wrote:
> Dale,
> Have you installed the latest version of FX.php? You’ll definitely want to do that or it won’t work right…
> In your server data, did you change the name of the database (if you include extensions)?
> I bet it’s the first thing… it’s gotten me a couple of times. Blow away the old install of FX and put in a new one, and I bet you’re good to go…
> Best,
> Bob
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>> On Jun 17, 2015, at 11:00 AM, Dale Bengston <dale.bengston at gmail.com <mailto:dale.bengston at gmail.com>> wrote:
>> Hello everyone,
>> I’m just bringing up my first FMS13 installation, which is a testing server - thank goodness, since it’s not working.
>> My attempt to point an existing, working site at FMS13 (production site uses same PHP code and database on FMS12) results in an error 4. Manually punching a query into the URL box gives me a generic page titled “FileMaker Database Server Website.” 
>> It looks like it’s just ignoring the query part and returning the test page for the server’s IP address.
>> I know there was a lot of discussion of deploying FMS13 earlier, but I confess I wasn’t paying attention to the resolutions of problems. My environment:
>> MacPro running OS X 10.10.3
>> FMS 13.0.5 (single-machine setup)
>> XML enabled, PHP disabled, FileMaker Webdirect disabled
>> Deployment assistant passed all the tests and says Apache is happy. Did I miss a step?
>> Thanks,
>> Dale
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