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PROVES you are right!

When you paste stuff into FileMaker things get easily broken.

(If referenced items are not present or names have been changed)

Fortunately FileMaker writes an import.log file (mostly, at least)

...but have you tried reading it to find errors?

> ouch! <

no way!


presents the log file elegantly

highlights issues (errors and warnings)


turns any errors into a to-do list.!

Work through your fmLogAnalyser to-do list…

…and when you get the [OK]…

…you KNOW you are right!


Hot tip

Check your log BEFORE you commit table, function or script changes!

That way you can fix the problems before you even make them!

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