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File Reference Is Missing - FileMaker 14

Question asked by ChristofferRexen_1 on Jul 18, 2016
Latest reply on Jul 18, 2016 by TSPigeon

Product and version

FileMaker Pro 14.0.6

 

OS and version

MacBook Pro (Retina, 15-inch, Mid 2014)

OS X El Capitan 10.11.5

 

Browser and version

(for WebDirect only)

 

Processor

CPU speed: - 2.5 GHz

CPU Type: - Quad-Core i7

Cores: - 4

Bus Speed: - 5 GT/s DMI

Cache: - 6 MB shared L3 cache

64-bit: - Yes

Turbo Boost: - Up to 3.7 GHz

Memory

Installed RAM: - 16 GB

Max. Amount: - 16 GB

Nr. of Slots: - On-Board

RAM Speed: - 1600 MHz

RAM Type: - PC3-12800 DDR3L

 

Storage and Media

Hard Drive: - 512 GB, Flash

Drive Brand: - Unknown.

Drive Bus: - On-Board

Optical Drive: - None

Optical Bus: - N/A

Other Media: - -

 

Graphics

Display Size: - 15.4-inch Retina

Graphics Card: - Intel Iris 5200 and

- NVIDIA GeForce GT 750M

Card Memory: - 2 GB (NVIDIA, Up to 1.5 GB (Intel, shared)

Max. Resolution: - 2880 x 1800 (Retina)

BLU / Coating: - LED Backlist with IPS, 220 ppi.

Networking

AirPort: - 802.11ac (802.11 a/b/g/n compatible)

Ethernet: - None. (adapter available)

Bluetooth: - Bluetooth 4.0

Infrared: - None

Modem: - None

Ports and Expansion

USB: - 2 ports (USB 3)

FireWire: - None. (Available through Thunderbolt adapter)

Display port: - 2x Thunderbolt 2, 1x HDMI

Card Slot: - SDXC card slot

Thunderbolt: - Yes, 2x

 

Operating System and Software

Original OS: - OS X 10.9.4 Mavericks

Maximum OS: - Latest release of OS X

Minimum OS: - OS X 10.9.4 Build 13E28

 

Size and Weight

Height: - 0.71 inch (1.8 cm)

Width: - 14.13 inches (35.89 cm)

Depth: - 9.73 inches (24.71 cm)

Weight: - 4.46 pounds (2.02 kg)

Temperature and Cooling

Fans: - 2

Exhaust: - Backside

Intake: - Left and right side

 

Power

Usage: - 100 - 240 V AC

Adapter: - 85W MagSafe 2

Battery: - 95 Watt-hour Lithium Polymer

Battery Life: - Up to 8 hours.

Battery Cycles: - 1000 until consumed

User Replaceable: - No.

Continuity and AirPlay

Calls & SMS: - Supported

Handoff: - Supported

Hotspot: - Supported

AirDrop: - Supported

AirPlay: - iTunes & Mirroring

Boot Camp Support

Version: - 5

Windows XP: - Not supported

Windows Vista: - Not supported

Windows 7: - Supported (64-bit)

Windows 8: - Supported (64-bit)

Windows 10: - Coming Soon

 

Repair and Support

Support Status: - Supported

Apple Programs: - Check here to see if your unit is eligible.

Warranty: - Check warranty status here

 

Audio

Speakers: - Stereo speakers

Microphone: - Dual microphones

Line In: - Combined in line out minijack.

Line Out: - Headphone minijack (digital/analog)

Tools

Maintenance: - Get CleanYourMac here.

Battery: - Get Watts here.

Temperature: - Get smcFanControl

- or TG Pro

Security: - Adware Medic

Health: - None.

 

Recommended Upgrades

Storage: - None

Memory: - None

Graphics: - None

Optical: - Forget the SuperDrive

 

Misc information

Model ID: - MacBookPro11,3

Model Nr: -

Order Nr.: - -

Camera: - 720p FaceTime HD Camera

Misc information

Introduction: - July 2014

Discontinued: - May 2015

Diagnostics: - Unknown

 

Description

After installing FM14 on every Client's machine, there seem to be a problem with our File References.

We've got numerous Container fields, which each hold a specific customer related image/PDF etc.

All showing and working like a charm in FM13.

Although In FM14, the references are missing and container fields blank or with the famous sentence "The file cannot be found: blablaX123.pdf", even though nothing have been renamed, moved nor deleted.

 

How to replicate

Try installing OS X Yosemite, 10.10.5 + FM13.

Create a bunch of Container fields.

Insert different files into desired Container fields.

The files are - In our Case - currently lying on our Server, in specific Customer folders, which the Client has to navigate through, before inserting the files.

 

Now, working in FM13.

 

Updating from FM13, to FM14.

Open the newly created database, and some of the File References could be missing.

 

Workaround

Don't have a workaround...

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