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Set Variable [$$uLogin: Value:Get ( AccountName )]

Question asked by gwinzeler on Sep 14, 2012
Latest reply on Sep 14, 2012 by disabled_ntaylor

Summary

Set Variable [$$uLogin: Value:Get ( AccountName )]

Product

FileMaker Server

Version

FMA 12 v2

Operating system version

iOS

Description of the issue

Using like this in startup file:

Set Variable [$$uLogin: Value:Get ( AccountName )]

Further testing has found this:

works fine when Server is set to default under - Configuration - Database Server - File Display Filter - List all databases

switch to - List only the databases each user is autorized to access - and you get the incorrect account names (not the ones typed in when logging into file)

Steps to reproduce the problem

works fine when Server is set to default under - Configuration - Database Server - File Display Filter - List all databases

switch to - List only the databases each user is autorized to access - and you get the incorrect account names (not the ones typed in when logging into file)

Workaround

set to default setting

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