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fmWorkMate, Makes FileMaker work

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fmWorkMate is the answer to your cross platform copying problems

Posted by Russell Watson on September 25, 2013 at 8:30 PM

As the folks over at FileMakers fmdev Technet Site noticed,

Copying and pasting Scripts or Script lines from Mac to Remote PC is not easy and does not always work.

Apple Remote Desktop, TeamViewer, Remote Desktop Connection, Cord, et al can copy text cross-platform (usually), but often stumble when trying to copy FileMaker objects directly across the divide.

Well, here we know the answer to the problem, and it's called fmCheckMate, the heart of the fmWorkMate toolbox.


The solution is VERY EASY:


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1. Install fmCheckMate on the local computer                 2. Install fmCheckMate on the remote computer

 

3. Copy FM objects here       4. CLICK here       -^v->      5. CLICK there      6. Paste FM Objects in the remote DB


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ONLY TWO EXTRA CLICKS in fmCheckMate (one local + one remote) are necessary.

:-)

fmCheckMate has bridged the divide and the FileMaker objects have jumped the gap!


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But of course, fmCheckMate is only a fraction of the story: In the forum thread you can read my original comments, as to: Why fmWorkMate the ideal toolkit is to help FileMaker developers support & develop bug-free remote solutions.

 

 

Happy remote supporting!

 

MrWatson

 

 


Categories: fmWorkMate, fmCheckMate & XSLT, FileMaker

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