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  1. Demo file: backup-simplified.zip Like many developers I go back and forth between developing locally and in a hosted environment, and many years ago, I posted a couple articles featuring a simple backup script to create on-the-fly backups when working on local files. Recently a colleague pointed out that this backup routine, which I last wrote… Continue reading A Simpler Backup Script Afficher la totalité du billet
  2. Demo file: found-set-to-json-object.zip (40MB; requires FM 18 or later) [Author’s note: the demo file is a work in progress. Modify it as you see fit.] Today we’re going to compare various methods one might consider employing to render an arbitrary found set as a JSON object. The demo consists of a table of US customers… Continue reading Render Found Set as JSON Object Afficher la totalité du billet
  3. Demo file: found-set-to-json-object.zip (40MB; requires FM 18 or later) [Author’s note: the demo file is a work in progress. Modify it as you see fit.] Today we’re going to compare various methods one might consider employing to render an arbitrary found set as a JSON object. The demo consists of a table of US customers… Continue reading Render Found Set as JSON Object Afficher la totalité du billet
  4. Welcome back for another exciting round of JSON exploration. Last time we discussed a JSON-related bug fix in FM 19, as well as a free package tracking service that returns results in JSON format. Today we’re going to look at a free currency exchange rate service. Demo file: json-exchange-rates.zip I threw together this FileMaker front… Continue reading JSON Currency Exchange Rates Afficher la totalité du billet
  5. Welcome back for another exciting round of JSON exploration. Last time we discussed a JSON-related bug fix in FM 19, as well as a free package tracking service that returns results in JSON format. Today we’re going to look at a free currency exchange rate service. Demo file: json-exchange-rates.zip I threw together this FileMaker front… Continue reading JSON Currency Exchange Rates Afficher la totalité du billet
  6. Today we’re going to look at a bug fix in FM 19, and a free web service that returns useful information in JSON format. Fixed in 19: JSON validation bug In FM 18 (but not in 16 or 17) JSONFormatElements and other JSON functions can mask mangled JSON errors, making them harder to detect and… Continue reading A JSON Miscellany Afficher la totalité du billet
  7. In this 2-part series, we’re going to take a look at various JSON-related topics, including a bug fix in FM 19, two free web services that return useful information in JSON format, and several ways to parse a found set into a JSON object. Fixed in 19: JSON validation bug In FM 18 (but not… Continue reading A JSON Miscellany, part 1 Afficher la totalité du billet
  8. Sometimes it happens that the real value of a blog posting emerges in the comments section. Such was the case last time, when Paul Jansen posted an elegant little workaround to remedy a performance issue with the FilterValues function. Paul’s workaround is deserving of its own demo, and that’s what we’re going to look at… Continue reading FilterValues, part 2 Afficher la totalité du billet
  9. Sometimes it happens that the real value of a blog posting emerges in the comments section. Such was the case last time, when Paul Jansen posted an elegant little workaround to remedy a performance issue with the FilterValues function. Paul’s workaround is deserving of its own demo, and that’s what we’re going to look at… Continue reading FilterValues, part 2 Afficher la totalité du billet
  10. Today we’re going to do some experiments with the FilterValues function, which takes two return delimited lists for input… FilterValues ( textToFilter ; filterValues ) …and produces the intersection of the two lists as output. With the above in mind, when the function was first introduced back in 2004, I assumed that these two statements… Continue reading FilterValues Afficher la totalité du billet
  11. Today we’re going to do some experiments with the FilterValues function, which takes two return delimited lists for input… FilterValues ( textToFilter ; filterValues ) …and produces the intersection of the two lists as output. With the above in mind, when the function was first introduced back in 2004, I assumed that these two statements… Continue reading FilterValues Afficher la totalité du billet
  12. Introduction If you’ve generated JSON objects via FileMaker, you’re likely aware of the disparity between the order in which you specify the elements, and the order in which they subsequently appear (i.e., alphabetized by key name). As I wrote two years ago (in Thinking About JSON, Part 2)… Both JSONSetElement and JSONFormatElements will automatically alphabetize… Continue reading Ordering Elements within JSON Objects Afficher la totalité du billet
  13. Introduction If you’ve generated JSON objects via FileMaker, you’re likely aware of the disparity between the order in which you specify the elements, and the order in which they subsequently appear (i.e., alphabetized by key name). As I wrote two years ago (in Thinking About JSON, Part 2)… Both JSONSetElement and JSONFormatElements will automatically alphabetize… Continue reading Ordering Elements within JSON Objects Afficher la totalité du billet
  14. Long time readers of this blog will be familiar with the following scenario — An ExecuteSQL expression is given, e.g., ExecuteSQL ( " SELECT SUM ( net_amount ) FROM cc_transactions WHERE batch_date = ? AND batch_region = ? AND card_type = ? " ; "" ; "" ; $theDate ; $theRegion ; $theCard ) …followed… Continue reading GetFieldName Revisited Afficher la totalité du billet
  15. Long time readers of this blog will be familiar with the following scenario — An ExecuteSQL code example is given, e.g., ExecuteSQL ( " SELECT SUM ( net_amount ) FROM cc_transactions WHERE batch_date = ? AND batch_region = ? AND card_type = ? " ; "" ; "" ; $theDate ; $theRegion ; $theCard )… Continue reading GetFieldName Revisited Afficher la totalité du billet
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