FM12 in japanese resources (PDF is English) データベース デザイン レポート XML Output for FileMaker Developer / Advanced
FM13 in italiano resources (same as) FileMaker Pro 13 Advanced Database Design Report XML Output Grammar (in inglese)
Why japanese have only FM12 and italiano only FM13
That's great. Thanks. Japanese is easier to read than I thought it
The url is same "not found" host as I mensioned broken link in Japanese resources, "devfmhelp.filemaker.com" may be some typo?
On May 26, 2015, at 9:57 AM, Matthew O'Dell <email@example.com> wrote
You can also find it on our Product Documentation page which is under Resources:
Wrong link. remove the leading 'dev'.
OK, confirmed, but the result is same as Beverly's prior URL, not "also".
When I use the Help menu from v14 to access the Resource Center the page that loads includes the following link, listed beneath Examples and Tools.
that leads to the XML DDR docs for FMPAv11
it looks like that link needs to be updated, Malcolm! and/or add various versions of the DDR as attachments.
It certainly does. I find it difficult to locate things on the web site
at the best of times but the resource page is a hub and should be a
go-to-page. It's contents are managed by a responsible officer of FMI
(surely?), not spat out by a robot.
The knowledge base has an annoying habit of presenting the oldest
materials at the top of a long list, which is great if you are still
maintaining a v5 or v6 server. I had a client send me a long email
recently "based on the latest materials from FileMaker." All the
references were to FMS v11 materials.
I have the DDR XML docs for v12 and for v13 in my library. For the v13
PDF I think they did a find on the "12" and replaced it with "13". The
new elements in v13 weren't described. With so many new elements in v14
I'm glad that the documentation has been updated.
What are the chances that we could have a complete description of the DDR XML grammar?
For example, search for the string "<Bounds " in any DDR produced by v12 .. 14 and you'll find that every <Object> has a child <Bounds>. Search any FMI documentation of the XML grammar produced for FMPA v12..14 and you will not find any description of <Bounds>.