FmPro Migrator 6.79 Adds FileMaker 12 to PHP Conversion Feature
June 15, 2012 in FileMaker
[prMac.com] Fremont, California - California based .com Solutions Inc. has announced that FileMaker Pro developers can use FmPro Migrator Platinum Edition 6.79 for FileMaker 12 to PHP Conversion and Table Consolidation Projects. This release also includes the display of radio button/checkbox groups in multiple columns and enhancements for Oracle database conversions.
The conversion of FileMaker 12 layouts into PHP web application forms supports the Classic theme. FileMaker layouts using other themes can also be converted, but will be displayed within the web application using the Classic theme.
The display of the navigation toolbar in foundset mode has been enhanced to include the total number of records, using the format: 1 /2 (5). Where (5) represents the total number of records in the database model. This change makes it more visually evident that the user is in foundset mode.
A new Fix Duplicate Columns feature is now available under the File menu. This feature shortens long field names in a manner which prevents duplicates. This feature is most useful for database servers such as Oracle, DB2 and Sybase which impose a 30 character limit upon column names. But it can be used for any database server having a shorter column name limit compared to FileMaker Pro.
Pricing and Availability:
FmPro Migrator Platinum Edition is priced at ($600) per developer and includes a copy of FmPro Migrator Platinum Edition for both MacOS X (Universal Binary) and Windows platforms. Existing FmPro Migrator Developer Edition customers may upgrade to FmPro Migrator Platinum Edition for $400.
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