What you could do, since you have FM server, is to have FM Go open a transport database of FM server, then create a new record in that database and import the data file in a container field on that record.
Or you can import the FM Go data directly in the transport database and have the FM server handle the export of that data.
Hope that helps,
Ruben van den Boogaard
Thanks for the ideas. I've set up a new "transport" database with a container field. Imported the CSV into that field. Very easy to do that. If I continue that route, I'll finish up a script to run behind the scenes, so the user shouldn't have to do more than choose which records to export then click a button on their main inspections database. Coming from 15 years of MS Access database development, I have a lot to learn about the tricks that FM offers. Most likely since we will be investing in FM ServerI will go with your second option. I will set up the system to copy records to a new transport database (same table and layout, not a CSV in container field). Then on the server side I can use ODBC to link the FM Transport db from the existing MS Access system. Our existing system can then grab data and build PDFs.