Thanks for the post. I had tried both of those suggetions prior to my post, with no success, though I was not using my example of "http://www.filemaker.com".
Turns out I was doing the right thing the whole time but the url I was trying to capture uses PHP and it was not giving me what I thought it should be. After your post I thought I would use the filemaker example and my code worked. I guess I will have to play with something like 'Evaluate' to see if I can get the php results.
Set Variable [$url; Value:"https://fmdev.filemaker.com/message/155274"]
Set Variable [$refererUrl :"https://fmdev.filemaker.com/community/discuss"]
Set Variable [$ua; Value:"Mozilla/5.0 (Macintosh; Intel Mac OS X 10_9_4) AppleWebKit/537.77.4 (KHTML, like Gecko) Version/7.0.5 Safari/537.77.4 "]
Set Field [table::WebText ;
BE_Curl_Set_Option ( "CURLOPT_REFERER" ; $refererUrl ) &
BE_Curl_Set_Option ( "CURLOPT_USERAGENT" ; $ua )
#Curl Options with our FileMaker Plugin
I appreciated the continued discussion. I thought the curl might be involved when I was testing with BE plugin but had no idea how to do it. With your recent post, I was hopeful, but still no success. The Set field syntex you listed produces no result as shown here:
In the image you can see that I am using BE Plugin 2.3.0 which at the time of this post is the most current released version.
Knowing the amount of time it can take to help support someone's post, I have attached a sample FM File to make it simpler to identify what I have and what may not be working properly.
Thanks for your continued assistance.
WebText Sample.fmp12.zip 66.2 K
I am sorry. Example it was not appropriate.
If authentication is required, please use cUrl Option in conjunction with the authentication method of the server.
Thanks. I now have things working!