As I move through to a more intermeadiat stage of knowledge, I worry about creating legacy issues for myself and my clients. Can somebody point me in the direction of where I can obtain best practice advice please
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http://help.filemaker.com/app/answers/detail/a_id/3246/related/1Relational Database Design 101 (part 3 of 3)The White Paper for FMP Novices is useful -
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Background - Coding Standards - FileMaker Coding Standards
In 2005, FileMaker Inc. released a white paper which proposed possible methodologies and conventions under which a FileMaker developer could guide their development of a FileMaker solution. It was both a collaboration and contained contributions from a number of well-respected developers.
Here is the PDF: FileMaker Development Conventions
For this very reason, I present the genesis of the "ISO Standards for FileMaker Development".
I have found the best way to assure a good Legacy is to document with comments so others can follow your logic and concepts.
If you will follow this forum, you will quickly find the top advisors on good practise. They are very helpfull and patient too.
Thank you gents, a little (more) bed time reading for me then
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