This morning every time I use the FMP advanced 16 script workspace FMP 16 has to close, before I finish work in the script. I am connected to a local FMServer.
Any recommendations? Thank you.
Crashing can be a sign of file corruption. Have you tried modifying scripts in a brand new database? Do you get same results. If the issue is only with the one database then you may need to run "Recover" on that database and or restore a backup copy of the database. If FM stops in multiple databases, you might try uninstalling FM, reboot computer and then reinstalling FM.
Before trying the above steps, reboot the computer to verify that the updates have finished installing. If the updates have not finished Windows will prevent some files from opening / running correctly. Make sure all updates are finished.
This update really messed up my FileMaker Pro. My Windows 10 machine notified me of three updates yesterday, with "strong push to update" during the workday. After the first update I could not open my FMP files. The update reset my defaults to EDGE and MAIL, not Chrome and Outlook. It made EDGE the default for viewing PDFs. Even after changing them back to Outlook, Chrome and Adobe Reader, the OS would flip them back to the default.
I was able to get into my FileMaker files today by adding my user-name to READ-WRITE on C:\windows\temp
My old machine is also Windows 10 Professional, and so far no issues. Just my newer machine.
Did find more updates & did have to re-install to correct issue. But now we're cruising. Thank you.
Two days in a row, multiple times on the first of the two days, Windows repeatedly prompted for Updating, even though when prompted, I scheduled it for 7pm. At lunchtime, I closed FileMaker and triggered the update process. When I returned from lunch, the update finished. At that point I could not open any of my files.
It took two days of troubleshooting to figure out that the permissions of the OS had changed. By adding thill as authorized to read/write C:\Windows\Temp. Everything is working fine now.
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