1 Reply Latest reply on Jul 18, 2016 9:33 AM by TSPigeon

    File Reference Is Missing - FileMaker 14

    ChristofferRexen_1

      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...