Automating FileMaker Pro: Scripting, Calculations, and Data Transfer

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Morgan Kaufmann, 2000 - Computers - 340 pages
FileMaker Pro, long popular with Macintosh users, is now the leading standalone database for Windows. Automating FileMaker Pro cures the headaches of thousands of developers, administrators, and other users who want to maximize their database projects' efficiency, effectiveness, and ease of use.Inside, FileMaker users will profit from expert technical instruction in FileMaker's powerful scripting and automation capabilities-mastering techniques for improving performance in areas such as reporting and data validation. Author Jesse Feiler also applies his extensive business and consulting experience to help managers recognize innovative ways to get the most from their database investment.

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Contents

FileMaker Pro Scripting
3
Calculations and Field Options 8
5
Fields
25
Copyright

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About the author (2000)

Jesse Feiler is Software Director of Philmont Software Mill.

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