Returns the name of the authenticated being used by the current user of the .
Use this function for FileMaker . If a user is using the default Admin account, Get(AccountName) returns Admin. If a user is using the FileMaker Pro guest account then [Guest] will be returned.
For external server authentication, Get(AccountName) returns the name of the authenticated account being used by the current user of the database file, not the group the user belongs to (the group name appears in the Account list when you define accounts and privileges in FileMaker Pro). If an individual belongs to more than one group (account), the first group name listed when you choose View By Authentication Order while defining accounts and privileges determines access for the user.•
If you specify the for the current calculation, this function will be evaluated based on that context; otherwise, it will be evaluated based on the context of the current window.•
Returns Marketing when Marketing is the name of the account that was used to log in to the database file.
Huh, I always thought that pulled the account level access, becuase of the part where it says it returns "admin" or "guest" but now as I re-read it, it makes sense. Thanks
I use get account name. I works on the PC/Mac but using the iPad Vs 14.. I get the iPad name appended with the username. Why is that?