Should work fine as a client. I would not run FileMaker Server 11 on Mountain Lion.
Following is the most recent info FileMaker has provided.
Any incompatibility with Lion is likely also incompatible with Mountain Lion as well.
I'm running FMS11Adv on Mountain Lion client 10.8.2, MacMini with no problems.
You should be fine! The Server will and has operated fine on it also. (Agreeing with dchabot above)
I've been losing the connection from a Mac Mini running 10.8.2 to the host server, (Windows 2008, FMSA v11). It will stay up for a few days then I'll get the communication has been interrupted error. No other network problems are found, mounted volumes are not being dropped, just the FM connection.
Running FM 11.v04.
Any clues as to why the connection is being dropped are appreciated.
By chance is this happening when it gets a new IP address from the DHCP Server?
Als I would make sure that your Windows 2008 Machine has both IPv4 and IPv6 both checked.
Further you can check for any network traffic jams on your router.
Thank you Christine. Since particular client uses a manual IP, so DHCP is not a factor. However the server does have iPv6 disabled. Do you know why that would be needed?
The webserver of FMS11 will not work on OSX10.8, which may be a problem when you use e.g. SuperContainer.
(at least not on the latest hardware, not sure about a Mac server that was upgraded from 10.7 to 10.8)
I have a problem that I can't find discussed. Yesterday I updated my OS 10 from 10.6.8 to 10.8.5. Now when I open a FMP file with FMPA11, none of the button work, can't edit or enter data, can't go into layout mode, can't use the status toolbar button. I can't eveb use the close and hide buttons.The scripts work if I go into Manage Scripts and run then.
It is like the screens are "pictures" of the screens and are unusable other than viewing.
What on earth happened? FMPA12 works OK as far as I can tell. And the FM site SAYS that FMPA11 works with Mountain Lion.
After installing, I moved around to see what wouldn't work and one of the apps was Adobe Standard. I downloaded a trial version of the newest one and it required installing Java 6 (I think that was it). What I can't remember is if I tried FMPA11 files before I downloaded the new Adobe Pro.
Is Java causing this? On a Mac, how do you check the version of Java?
If Java is the cause, how do I install a different version and which version will work with FMPA11 and Mountain Lion 10.8.5?
If not Java, then WHAT? I'm in a REAL BIG HOLE here. Any help will be appreciated.
Thanks in advance.
I'm running on 10.8.5 an no real problems just have to load Java 7 and use the full 11.0.5 installer is all.
Sounds like a permissions issue. I would run disk utility to fix permissions and if hosted on server make sure the file has the proper permissions on it.