There are two possibilities that spring to mind right away:
1) If you have a field in your tables with the creation timestamp or date, then you just perform a Find for the new records. Ditto if you have a modified timestamp or date.
2) If you have a unique key field, then you can convert the old database to .fmp12 format. After that, you can perform an Import on matching records, updating the records and adding any new ones to the updated version.
Thanks, Mike. I will look. I am on the road today, but will look tomorrow
I have used my fields and format forever, but I didn't create what I use!
And I am rusty—I use Filemaker for all kinds of records, but not in the way
I used to when I built book publicity campaigns using it.
On Thu, Mar 17, 2016 at 7:34 AM, Mike_Mitchell <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Hey, just wanted to follow up. I was able to find the records modified or created. But I had various problems importing them from ver 7 to 12. It occurred to me that if I HAD the Filemaker 12 program, I could simply convert my old database. That's what I did, and spiked the old version and the new, outdated clone.