Im trying to call a script using the FileMaker fmp: protocol from a web viewer.
The script call works perfectly on OS X but fails on Windows 10.
The FMP url script is being called whilst a previously called FileMaker script is in a Paused state.
The FileMaker script creates a popup new Document Window to display a web viewer layout as below.
Go to Related Record [ Show only related records ; From table: “My_Appointmets” ; Using layout: “Webviewer_PopUp” (My_Appointmets) ; New window ]
Allow User Abort [ Off ]
Pause/Resume Script [ Indefinitely ]
From the web viewer I call the following url which calls a script in the same file.
<a href="FMP://$/MYdb?script=MyWVScript¶m=hello&$seatid=12345678">Call Script</a>
As mentioned above this works on OS X but fails on Windows 10.
If I Exit the FileMaker script instead of Pause then the FMP: script works as expected on both OS X and Windows. Im guessing this script blocking is default behaviour based on how Windows handles Pause/Resume?
Before I go down the path of using RESTfm or CWP I would like to know if there are any Windows specific security settings I can configure or plugins I can use (Remote Scripter or MBS Plugin come to mind) that would overcome this Windows script blocking behaviour.
As ever any help or advice much appreciated.