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Synopsis:   Today I saw this post, which concerns the topic of parsing JSON which uses dot ( "." ) characters within its keys. This document is home to a custom function which I am considering to address the scenario described in the above post.   Example:       {  "comment.100": "This should not be done",

As you may know the FileMaker Server comes with a copy of apache web server software. You can use the apache web server to host and deliver files for download. So if you copy a file to /Library/FileMaker Server/HTTPServer/htdocs/ folder on your server, you can than point to that file with the URL of your server with folder and file name attached.
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I am preparing a schedule system and I need to show well format like ( 16:00 - 18:00 / Rhinoplasti ) returns value from ExecuteSQL as follows;   ExecuteSQL ( "SELECT \"Time Start\", \"Time End\", \"İslem_Turu\" FROM calendar_data where \"Date Start\" = ? order by \"Time Start\" desc "; "";""; calendar_data::Date Start )   Current
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I am trying to do some validation by calculation and getting very odd and inconsistent results on FM16 and FM17. Here are a set of validation calculations I have tried in debugging, all work except the last one, which is the one that is actually needed:   Let([$$a=1; $$b=1; $$c=(a=b)]; $$c) //Succeeds Let([$$a="Yes"; $$b="Yes"; $$c=$$a=$$b];
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Using Filemaker Pro 16.  Had a developer create a Filemaker script that passes a zip code to google maps through the API and returns the lat and long coordinates so that we can calculate local time from the time zone.  This has stopped working.  In my debugging it now looks like I get the error:  'Requests to this API must be