If you are using FMP 15, try giving the portal an object name and use Refresh Portal to see if that gets things to update.
In older versions with a filtered portal, global field referenced in the portal filter, we'd include the global field as a match field in the cartesian join and then use this script step to "goose" the portal into updating:
Set Field [YourTable::GlobalField ; YourTable::GlobalField]
I am using FMP 15, I have given the portals a name, and it still seems to be happening.
I believe it may be a permissions error at this point. The Full access account allows the larger portal to update but not the smaller Found Count Portal.
I will attached the file to the main post.
Posting your file, but not allowing "full access" isn't much help as I can't look at your scripts and relationships.
After giving the portal an object name, did you then run a script with Refresh Portal that uses that name?
Did you try the alternative?
I've thought that refresh portal replaced the need for the alternative that I described, but I haven't had the chance to test it yet.
I apologize their should be a re login button and the user name and password were in my original post. I will fix the file to auto login to the full access.
I am working on the alternative now, hopefully that will do the trick.
And I apologize for not taking the time to see that you had put the credentials in your post. That's all that's needed here as you can hold down the shift key while opening (in windows) to force the system to ask for a password instead of auto-logging on.
It should auto login to the Full access now.
No Problem at all I am just thankful for the help. The alternative appears to work in the Full access account, but not in the General and Management account. Also using the refresh portal with the named portal is having the same behavior.
Here is how the file should work, by changing the DocumentSearch::Binary_Tags to non global. I would use this method other than it doesn't allow for multiple users at the same time (that I know how to do).