I mean a detailed view of [un-]supported features; spending too much time again testing and thereby finding the Errorcode 3 places [for unsupported command]
Thanks for links,
Should be easy to spot by looking at your scripts with the "iOS" compatibility selected in the lower left corner... The incompatible script steps will be greyed out.
THere is a manual here: https://fmhelp.filemaker.com/docs/13/en/fmgo13_development.pdf
BUt it doesn't help much since this detailled description is missing
HEre is the overview of the manuals: FileMaker product manuals and documentation | FileMaker
I would love to have that information also..
As Markus mentioned, the FileMaker Go Development Guide is the best source of information like this - and it includes sections / chapters on "Features not supported in FileMaker Go" and "Unsupported script steps" which call out Error Code 3.
Is there something specific you are looking for that the Development Guide does not cover?
THere was a discussion lately in an other forum about path' in Go - the poster was a bit misleaded by the manual since it's not really clear that the examples are for Pro (path to external volumes).
THe 'exporting' stuff is also not very clear - at least in the german version
That's why I find the manual good (a must-read) - but not complete.
There is also a Tech brief for Filemaker Go http://www.filemaker.com/products/filemaker-go/docs/techbrief_filemaker_go_en.pdf
FMI has spent even less time on documentation than they have in designing FMGo. Even the Sync Guide is incomplete.
Thank you for taking your time.
I think, yes, there is some information and I finally found a note on compatibility in the help. I was perhaps too fast and did not read carefully enough.
(In particular the compatibility table for "Export Records" states 'partial' for FM Go; a note further down contains more information)
But as some of you mentioned, now we have tons of material, but a lot is incomplete in the sense that some part of information is found in each of the docs. Reading the FM GO Guide does not mention above fact.
Wim, you are perfectly right!
In this case I was planning to do something but sitting in front of a FMP running with a test script open. I should find that information also elsewhere…
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