you need to setup a odbc connector, but there is no way on IOS to do that.
the only way is setup a odbc connector on the server.
You must connect with FMGo to the database locatet on the FMServer and do the script again.
The SQL query will be done from the FMServer to the SQL Server, not from FMGo. FMGo is only frontend.
Is the database localy on the IOS device, there is no way to do a ODBC SQL query..
Thanks for your participation
We have The FileMaker Pro 13 Advanced acting as "sever", the database is located there and using odbc to connect to our naitve database tru ODBC "user DSN" setup
I can see in the Help topic that "Refresh window" should could do it:
Select Flush cached join results to delete the results of queries for related records and cause related records to be refreshed. Do not select this option if you know your script does not affect related data, and if you want to minimize the performance impact of re-accessing related data (particularly when sharing a database over a network).
Select Flush cached external data to delete the results of queries for related ODBC data source records and cause related ODBC records to be refreshed. FileMaker Pro dumps the internal cache and refreshes record data. Do not select this option if you know your script does not access ODBC data.
Does that give you any more insight to my problem or maybe to a solution.