I am also having this problem. I am running FMServer 13 licensed version on a Windows 2008 R2 SP1 server. No plugins are appearing. I have verified they are in the appropriate folders.
I have same problem with FMS13 Trial on Windows 2008 R2. Maybe we should post it as issue request?
OK - this really stinks, but I found out what's going on
You have to use ONLY 64 bit versions of any plugins that you want to install on the server. It appears that there are very few vendors that currently provide 64 bit plugins, 360works being one of theme.
If you want to test this out, download/install this -
So it look like my company will just have to wait to upgrade for now, until the vendors come out with a 64 bit server plugin.
Iit really complicates things on the server. We have an old plugin (EventScript), which was not updated for years.
Yea, Tomas I'm dealing with a very simular situation. I've got a lot of server-side-scripts that depends on certain plugins that I won't be able to use now. I'm still trying to formulate how I want to proceed. For now I see two possibilities - 1) Don't upgrade to v13 until the vendors create a 64 bit plugin 2) Move any processes that depend on the plugin to a robot machine that will run a Pro version (and thus not depend on a 64 bit version)..
WIth the EventScript plugin, you're going to be very hard pressed to find an update. The guy who created it hasn't updated it in years, yet many people/companies depend on it. Perhaps we can contact him and convince him to create a 64 bit version? My company depends on this plugin as well, but just on a client side, so we're safe for now.
I have the very same issue running on a Mac Mini Server, 10.9.1, FM13Server.
I've tried each plug-in individually, uninstalled and reinstalled Java (latest version), uninstalled and reinstalled FM13Server, etc.
Right now I'm just trying to get FTPeek to show up.
I'm losing my mind as to why nothing is showing up.
Any one one solve this on Mac?
Has anyone figure this out yet? I may have a solution. I just posted this on the FileMaker Pro Users/Developers group on FaceBook https://www.facebook.com/groups/2255470557/
The guys at 360works #360works and Jesse Barnum's team are truly awesome! Joe Pampalon just helped me figure out the issue. It wasn't me. It looks like Java 6 has to be installed. Since I was running a fresh 10.9 and FMS13 install, Java 6 was never installed. We were able to recreate it on my development MacMini and my VMware development environment. All is well now.
So I hope this will help others. Would be interested to know if this helps anyone else.
Have a great weekend all!