FileMaker Pro Advanced
FileMaker Pro Advanced
17.0.6

5.0

FileMaker Pro Advanced free download for Mac

FileMaker Pro Advanced

17.0.6
01 May 2019

Advanced version of powerful, easy-to-use database.

Overview

FileMaker Pro Advanced includes all of the features of FileMaker Pro plus a suite of advanced development and customization tools. Get features to design and develop solutions faster and easier. Plus, get robust analysis capabilities, powerful debugging tools and much more. If you develop solutions for your business and want to build more powerful and more flexible solutions, then FileMaker Pro Advanced is for you.

What's new in FileMaker Pro Advanced

Version 17.0.6:

Note: Version 17 is a paid upgrade from previous versions

Japanese era name change:
  • This software update supports the new Japanese era, Reiwa (令和), which begins on May 1, 2019. Japanese Emperor Year (Wareki) dates entered into date fields or used in calculations are changed to a Western Gregorian (Seireki) year and saved internally in the format specified by the file. For example, R1/10/28 is changed to 2019/10/28 (R1 = the first year of Reiwa, or 2019).

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Sw-tester
11 August 2011

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As of 11.04 they still have not fixed all the major bugs. Plus still not 64bit. Layout design is still based on OS8 buttons and colors. Filemaker is still playing the same game, don't add the features people have requested for years, add a feature that is trendy, add a feature only partially programable (charts cannot be fully dynamic) and take away a feature and call it an upgrade.
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Version 11.0.4
Stevie24
12 February 2018
FMPA 16.0.4 is out for a week now.
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Version 16.0.3
Cookie08
13 December 2017
I use this heavily on mac and iPad pro for cataloguing art works in situ with images etc using the same file for desk top and iPad really speeds up the work flow. The latest version is very fast even with 3 to 4 gigs of image data files to display. Even creating custom data bases has got mush simpler and faster.
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Version 16.0.3
Spank-Me-Baby
14 August 2016
It looks like the future of FileMaker Pro Advanced is not looking good.

Although certain bugs might be getting fixed (finally!), I suggest you make the most of this version (v14) and the next version (v15) for the Advanced version. From v16 onwards, Apple/FileMaker, Inc. plans to remove the External() function from both FileMaker Pro and FileMaker Pro Advanced. That's right. All those brilliant plug-ins you paid for or compiled yourself to enhance the features of your FileMaker solutions (for doing things like sending and receiving emails, encrypting/decrypting data, uploading/downloading files, manipulating the file directory of your Mac, and so much more) will soon no longer work. Just give it a couple of years before we lose this function.

The company sees the External() function as being too powerful to keep. Instead it prefers a dumbing down of the product (and ultimately at some point have the opportunity to drop the Advanced version altogether when the sales of the product is too low—seriously, the only thing you will enjoy in the Advanced version is creating a Runtime solution, the Design Report, and the ability to view data, but will anyone want to pay over $500 just for these features alone?).

And, more importantly, dropping the External() function will allow the company to dominate the Mac by forcing Mac users to use only Apple apps (the place where Apple will choose which new features it will add and how it will gather data pushed to its servers relating to users and their activities). Well, we certainly can't have FileMaker developers create better and more privacy-protected solutions than what Apple offers, can we?

Oh, how I love Apple!

For further details, check this out:
http://help.filemaker.com/app/answers/detail/a_id/16030/

Star rating shown here is only to encourage Apple to maintain the Advanced product and its External function. If not, I recommend half a star or less.
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Version 14.0.6
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Spank-Me-Baby
Spank-Me-Baby
25 August 2016
Okay. FileMaker, Inc. are now discussing how this deprecated function has been presented to users in their update notes for FileMaker Pro Standard/Advanced 14.0.6. We are assured the loss of the External function only refers to the old plug-in calling architecture used in FileMaker Pro 7 or earlier.

Hence, if you use:

External ("plug-in name", [parameter] )

in your scripts, it is time to start moving over to the preferred external function calling architecture of:

Plug-in Name ( [parameter 1], [parameter 2] )

Not sure why FileMaker, Inc. wasn't clear about this in the update notes for FileMaker Pro Standard/Advanced 14.0.6 as the external functions are seen by developers and users as the plug-in functions. However, we are assured the company will write a clearer explanation of what it is they intend to deprecate and remove in future upgrades of FileMaker Pro.
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Spank-Me-Baby
11 May 2016
You would only see this on the old American show, "That's Incredible!", but it has finally happened. I know it is hard to believe, but it seems that Apple/FileMaker has made an extraordinary effort to fix the Data Viewer bug in FileMaker Pro Advanced 15. For those FileMaker developers thinking this is just a pipe-dream, here is the official word from FileMaker Customer Support (as of 10 May 2016): "Thanks for your feedback about this security flaw. I am pleased to report that we fixed this in FileMaker Pro Advanced 15, which was released today. You must now provide credentials for a Full Access account in order to use the Data Viewer. You can also set the minimum version to open the file as FileMaker 15 in order to prevent users with older versions from exploiting the Data Viewer. [bug]" I guess miracles can happen. Still getting confirmation on the GetNthRecord bug, but I do have my fingers crossed on that one too. Yay! NOTE: Star rating (forced to give it in order to publish this review) is for making the effort to fix a critical bug for runtime solution makers. A higher rating will come if more bugs are fixed.
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Version 14.0.4
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Spank-Me-Baby
Spank-Me-Baby
11 May 2016
For the GetNthRecord function bug, here is the official word from FileMaker Customer Support:

"Thanks for reporting the GetNthRecord bug as well. We have not yet fixed this in FileMaker 15, but I have added your report to the bug for visibility. I can mention that the number of records it works with is based on the amount of ram available on the client machine."

Realising that FileMaker Pro 15 and other Apple products are now being pitched to the business community for greater profits and showing how these products will work in real-life business situation, I think we will see a lot more bugs getting fixed quicker than a "Fart in the wind", especially knowing how discerning the business buyers are and the kind of reliability and stability they expect to see.

I'll look forward to this particular fix. When it comes, I may even consider purchasing the upgrade -- another "That's Incredible!" story to be told soon.
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bbitg
13 March 2016
great app, easy to develop, little bit to expensive.
current version is: 14.0.5
see http://help.filemaker.com/app/answers/detail/a_id/15645/
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Version 14.0.4
Spank-Me-Baby
10 April 2015
I see FileMaker, Inc is a bit slow to notify Advanced developers that version 13.0v9 of their software is already out (the standard FileMaker Pro is already updated), so I'll prepare everyone for what you can expect to receive (on the plus side, I do see the software is getting more stable, which as a developer is greatly appreciated). Testing the GetNthRecord function and Data Viewer security bugs, I see that FileMaker, Inc. has not been able to fix these in FileMaker Pro 13.0v9. For people wondering what these bugs are: (i) GetNthRecord function bug 1. Open up FileMaker Pro 13.0v9. 2. Create a New Database. 3. Create a new table. 4. Create two fields called Start and Field in the table you have created. 5. Make Start a global number field. 6. Make Field a calculation field, and enter the following calculation: If ( Get (RecordNumber) > 1; GetNthRecord ( Field ; Get (RecordNumber) - 1 ) + Start; test::Start ) 7. Place Start and Field on the layout. 8. Choose List View. 9. Enter the number 1 in Start. 10. Press the Command N keys to create a new record. Keep pressing until you reach record number 157. Here you will notice the infamous "?" appearing in the calculation field for all records from 157 onwards. Everything before record number 157, Field calculates correctly. After record number 157, FileMaker Pro 13.0v9 goes belly up and can't perform the calculation properly. Certainly a bugger if you are trying to do any kind of serious financial work where you need to grab numerical data from the previous record and perform calculations in the current record. There are workarounds, but all are messy and usually requires an extra script to be run automatically by some means and to create an extra variable field. A pain in the ass if you ask me. (ii) The Data Viewer bug Please note that you must have FileMaker Pro Advanced 13.0v9 to see this bug. 1. Launch FileMaker Pro Advanced 13.0v9. 2. Open any password-protected FileMaker Pro database. Do not enter the Admin password. Any other password (or no password if the database automatically enters a default account username and password) account is fine. 3. Since you are technically not able to peek at the tables, fields and the contents of those fields because of your non-admin account, try selecting Tools-->Data Viewer. 4. Click the Watch tab. 5. Click the "Add Expression "+" button. Viola! You can now look at all the fields in any table. Heck, you might as well not bother putting in an Admin password on the database since technically you already are in the admin account of the database now that you can peek at anything you want. So why not recreate the tables and fields you see in a new database? And with a little common sense and looking at the type of data stored in the fields, you can even figure out how to link the tables to form the relationships. Not hard is it? So yes, it is true. You can reverse engineer any FileMaker Pro database. Even if you are not inclined to steal other people's intellectual property, nothing can stop you from peeking at the contents of every field, so no data can be hidden or made absolutely secure (you will now have to use variable fields and hope no one can figure out the name of the variable fields, which incidentally you can also monitor using the Data Viewer). The data is all exposed for the world to see. Good one FileMaker! So just imagine how easy you can figure out any database created with FileMaker Pro? Very easy. hence the reason why Apple prefers you to use your custom-made databases for personal use or within an organisation. Never attempt to sell the databases commercially (even those you make into Runtime solutions) to consumers where you could potentially compete woth Apple's own OS X free apps (e.g., contacts.app, iTunes.app, etc). Should anyone be surprised from a company like Apple? NOTE: This Data Viewer bug never existed in FileMaker Pro Advanced 10 or earlier. NOTE: FileMaker, Inc. have been notified of these bugs for more than 2 years by several developers. The question is, how long will it take for the company to finally quash these bugs? There is already a bet on at the moment that the company probably never will. Despite this, I still give FileMaker Pro 13.0v9 a generous 3 stars for at least finding the time to make the software more stable after version 13.0v5. Now if only those two bugs could be fixed....
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Version 13.0.5
Mikael-B
28 May 2014
If you don't have any real volume )100+) needs, have no idea how databases (relation or otherwise) are supposed to work under the hood or have any speed requirements beyond the very basic, and you think it's normal to have buy plugins and code functions in external languages yourself or in quite stupid script code that basically none else is using just for very basic requirements, or think that having no real control over your web interface structure is acceptable and if you enjoy slow moving developer communities where all questions are either ignored or propietary plugins are suggested as a "solution" then this is the application for you. If this is not acceptable to you then stay away at all costs. Any open source developer with talent can outperform Filemaker both on the web and on IOS-devices both with speed requirement and development time. A simple app for for simple people with simple happy little needs. That's Filemaker in a nutshell.
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Version 13.0.3
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Spank-Me-Baby
Spank-Me-Baby
28 March 2015
I hear FileMaker, Inc has sent an email to a number of FileMaker Pro developers in February 2015 asking if they wish to join a think-tank of other like-minded people to come up with ideas to improve FileMaker Pro for version 14 and higher. Well, if the software development team at FileMaker, Inc. are not showing themselves to be the brightest crayon in the pack in terms of original ideas, I've put up my hand to help the company out (but have yet to receive approval into the program).

I mean there are lots of improvements one can do to FileMaker Pro.

For example, how about simplifying the Sort command to allow a value list of field names to be stored in a text field and the order in which the fields appear in the list sets the order of sorting (starting from the top of the list), as well as a separate radio button on the Sort script to specifty whether the sorting should be ascending or descending (and do it right for different field data types). Just making this simple improvement for developers will dramatically simplify sort scripts to handle any type of field I am in or wish to create with a text field. Seriously, the Sort function has never been improved since version 2 of FileMaker Pro (and that's going back at least a couple of decades when Claris Corporation owned the software). I thought that would be the first place the company would look at to make improvements.

Of course, a better Sort function is really basic stuff. I like to see a lot more features and greater flexibility in FileMaker Pro.

Everything that Mikael B. is saying here in terms of more flexibility and access to the latest technologies of OS X, Windows 8 etc within FileMaker Pro including notifications to Android and iOS devices, ability to read and write to Apple's Address Book, and bringing back Web Publishing to the standard FileMaker Pro app is just the beginning.

Otherwise, FileMaker Pro really is a simple app for simple-minded people having simple happy little needs for it.
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Davidsan
Davidsan
17 February 2016
There is undeniable flexibility in many open sources technologies. However, FileMaker is a very capable platform for business, especially to small-to-midsize business where it is being actively marketed.

FileMaker speed of development and high integration is unparalleled by any open source or enterprise technology, even these days. A FileMaker Solution can be created 10 times faster and at 10 percent of comparable costs, especially considering labour is usually the most expensive part of any software development.

It is no use to pitch FileMaker as a way to develop the next web application app that will be concurrently accessed by thousands of anonymous people at the same time; it is not the tool for that market. And at the same time, it is no use to fiddle with 10 different open source technologies to develop an app for a small- to-midsize company just to avoid paying licenses, since development costs would be much higher than licenses anyway.

There is a reason why Amazon, Facebook, Salesforce and similar big companies spend millions of dollars every year developing their web applications and there is a reason why FileMaker has been on the market for more than 30 years.
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Spank-Me-Baby
Spank-Me-Baby
18 February 2016
Well, given the subscription-based model and cost per user to concurrently connect to a FileMaker Pro database on the web using FileMaker Server, I don't think there would be many FileMaker Developers wanting to turn a FileMaker database into a web app just to be accessed by thousands of users online. It is just too expensive. Nice if it could, but no thanks if it costs an arm and a leg (unless we have products that sell as well as Apple can on its own web site). In fact, not very many FileMaker developers have grand visions to dominate the world market given the restrictions available in FileMaker Pro. Our only hope now given how things are progressing on the web publishing side of things is perhaps to create an iOS/Android app out of a FileMaker Pro 14 database and see how many users want to download and use it. So far, there appears to be no restrictions in the numbers that can be sold (or given away) of this type of app on the Apple Store or elsewhere (just like the runtime solution for ordinary Mac/PC apps).

However, given that really basic and long standing bugs such as:

(i) the GetNthRecord () bug showing a "?" in the field after the 130th or so record (not good when it comes to creating a financial database app), and,

(ii) the Data Viewer security bug still allows anyone without the developer's admin password to look at fields of any table and table names using FileMaker Advanced and ultimately deduce the table relationship structure in order to reverse engineer any database solution (of course, we all know the interface design is visible, so no problems there in re-creating this aspect and doing a few minor changes to make it look sufficiently different),

and these are just the starters when it comes to developing a FileMaker database, I agree with Davidsan when he said it is no use in getting FileMaker to allow users to access a FileMaker database online in the thousands. If Apple/FileMaker can't get the basics of developing a database free of bugs and with security right, how can we expect FileMaker Pro to ever do anything grander (and without additional costs if it involves the web where FileMaker databases can compete with other players on the market)?

No one should hold their breath for FileMaker Pro 14 or higher to take on the big boys with millions of dollars invested in Salesforce etc. Apple is happy to go after the little fish in the seas and make things look pretty and basic for them. At least the development costs for these people are cheap with FileMaker Pro 14 (and less of a headache compared to the open source alternatives).

Of course, if Apple/FileMaker ever wants to take its flagship product to another level, they know who to call.
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Xenophon
Xenophon
14 May 2016
I just can't agree with flaming FM from this perspective.

There are myriad uses for any db application, and a long array of tools.

Optimally, web-based, perhaps scripted environments would offer optimal flexibility/scaleability, but this is of NO value to the average small-office user.

To illustrate a point, I am a clinical cardiologist and have used FM since 1993.

In its current iteration, my (homebrew) db provides excellent record keeping, integration with clinical imaging (a public-domain DICOM plug-in is required), synchronization with "satellite" dbs (without the need for FM Server). I also carry it on my iOS phone and can update it on the go.

If you want, have a look at:
https://eatreio.wordpress.com/2012/10/31/hello-world/

P.S. This is not a plug, just a testimony from a non-IT professional who made the right decision back in 1993, switching to FM!
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Spank-Me-Baby
Spank-Me-Baby
14 May 2016
For simple needs, FileMaker Pro is a great tool and there are plenty of these "simple" databases out there.

However, for more complex requirements or where financial calculations across many records are a must, as well as having decent security to protect intellectual property (especially if one intends to sell FileMaker solutions to others as runtime/iOS app solutions), FileMaker Pro needs to have the bugs fixed. Indeed, there are plenty of developers out there who need all functions and features to work properly.

On a positive note, it is great to hear FileMaker Pro 15 has finally quashed the Data Viewer security bug. While there are plenty of other bugs to be fixed, including the infamous GetNthRecord bug, Apple/FileMaker will need to address these bugs very quickly. The release of FileMaker Pro 15 and the efforts by Apple/FileMaker to show FileMaker databases in action because of the need to pitch Apple products to business professionals to help bolster its profits means it is extremely important to fix all the bugs very quickly. Because business professionals are a finicky bunch of people. They want to see reliability, stability and durability (as well as good value for money) in whatever they buy and use. Not like the average consumer who have come to learn to live with buggy software from Apple in the hope things will get better with each upgrade, as well as forgive Apple for its occasional "bend-gate" fiasco of iPhone 6, or devices that break easily through simple everyday use, the business community will have no bar of this kind of nonsense.

Because if Apple gets lazy again and not fix the bugs and provide quality products, Samsung and Android will continue to dominate the portable devices market. That is why Apple has decided it must compete by directing its products to business users in order to claw back some of the dominance it once had in the portable devices market.

Well, just fix the bugs and give us strong and durable products and Apple will return to dominate the market with brilliant products once again. That is all FileMaker developers and business people are asking.
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Mikael-B
Mikael-B
14 May 2016
@Xenophon, the problem is that Filemaker is a really bad application platform compared to just about anything. Even 4D is easier to use for anything real and have lesser problems.
If you like to tinker with something that should take 5 minutes then maybe Filemaker is fun. I simply think it's a waste of space, ridiculously expensive to deploy and totally illogical. It's like Excel in the eighties, a misaligned tool that never should have been called a database application.

You could reasonably code a better application for some purpose yourself in Objective C than developing it in Filemaker. The limitations are simply too many. Great for your old video tape library, too little for anything beyond that unless you're already into FM development and know all the "secret. info" that people want to sell to you in order to make stuff you'd expect would already be there in FileMaker.

I've analysed too many Filemaker applications to be anything else than under-impressed with how they work and what they cost to develop. Of course a great mind can probably do something great in Filemaker. But why would you when you can choose something else that is faster, cheaper and more versatile?
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Xenophon
Xenophon
15 May 2016
I hear you; still, I kind of think that most of the FM audience falls between the "simple happy people" and "great mind" extremes.

And for this middle ground of non-developer individuals , I firmly believe that FM just has no competition. I would have to quit my day job to develop in 4D or objective-C, please keep that in mind!

GetNthRecord bugs aside, I think that no other environment can match the versatility of FM for day-to-day work.
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Spank-Me-Baby
13 May 2014
A number of FileMaker developers can now report that the regular sudden crashes on launching FileMaker Pro 13 and less often (but no less annoying) during development work within the FileMaker application since version 13.0v1 continue to persist in version 13.0v3. A selection of crash reports have revealed the following information: Crash 1 Application Specific Information: BUG IN LIBDISPATCH: flawed group/semaphore logic. Crashed Thread: 23 Dispatch queue: com.filemaker.PSConversionHelper.xpcq 0 libdispatch.dylib 0x98bf599f _dispatch_semaphore_signal_slow + 73 Crash 2 Application Specific Information: *** error for object 0x1: Non-aligned pointer being freed. Thread 0 crashed with X86 Thread State (32-bit) Crash 3 Application Specific Information: Java information: Exception type: Bus Error (0xa) at pc=0000000081120069. Crashed Thread: 0 Dispatch queue: com.apple.main-thread If you experience any of these errors, you must send the crash reports to Apple, Inc. Alternatively, you should not purchase FileMaker Pro 13 until the bugs are fixed and there is a reasonable level of stability in this product. NOTE FOR FILEMAKER PRO ADVANCED USERS: The runtime database solutions created by the Advanced software appear to be free of these sudden crash bugs. However, the Data Viewer security hole and the GetNthRecord function bug remains in both the runtime solution and the FileMaker Pro.app.
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Version 13.0.3
Spank-Me-Baby
23 April 2014
Something worth noting for would be FileMaker Advanced users/developers and experienced developers alike: If you intend to store and manipulate financial data or anything that requires the use of the GetNthRecord function in a field for displaying numbers or text from the previous record in a list of records, you will notice after the 79th record how the function turns up its toes and decides to show a "?" (would have been amusing if the application showed WTF before the question mark). This anomaly does not exist in FileMaker Pro 12.0 or earlier, but did exist in an early version of FileMaker Go before it was fixed in FileMaker Go 13. Since porting a number of features from the Go package into FileMaker Pro Advanced 13, it seems FileMaker, Inc. has kind of overlooked the error (quality control has been a bit flaky in recent times I have to admit). FileMaker Inc. has been notified in writing to a customer service representative (name withheld for privacy reasons), but whether the email actually reached the software development division of the company is another question altogether. Since sending in the bug report in January 2014, the updates for FileMaker Pro 13 (up to 13.0.3) have not yet addressed the issue (yawn!). And given how quick the OpenSSL security bug has been fixed (I estimate about a week), the Data Viewer bug that allows non-admin account users to peek at the fields in able tables and view their unencrypted data (used to be greyed out to prevent this in FileMaker Pro Advanced 10 and earlier) still remains. Also mentioned in writing to the company by previous FileMaker developers (including myself, including another one in writing in April 2014), it seems to be a security bug considered too difficult to fix by the company. I am also checking to see if those unexpected quits of the application on startup and while assigning scripts to lots of buttons and other things persist (hoopefully not too bad for other FileMaker users - probably have to be on Mavericks to enjoy the benefits of a more stable application). I'll let you know how it goes under Mountain Lion. Although I don't believe in superstition, but given the more bugs I have noticed with version 13 compared to any previous version, one can't help wonder whether FileMaker Pro Advanced 13 is unlucky for the wrong reasons. Perhaps FileMaker Pro Advanced 14 would be the better way to go when it eventually comes out (Zzzzz....). The rating I show here is rather generous only because the features provided are reasonable (but still hoping for more if only Apple isn't so protective about its own contacts.app, iTunes.app etc in OSX and the possibility that some FileMaker Pro developers might provide alternative contacts, MP3 player and other solutions at a very low cost or free...)
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Version 13.0.3
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Spank-Me-Baby
Spank-Me-Baby
04 February 2015
Update 13.0v5 has not addressed the following two important issues:

1. Get NthRecord () function fails after the 157th record, showing the "?" in the calculated field. If you need to do any kind of financial calculations such as working out the monthly repayments, or to store transactions where the total needs to be calculated using this function and the total from the previous record, forget it.

2. The Data Viewer security bug where developers can peek at your tables and inspect data stored in any field of your databases even when the developer does not know the admin/developer's FIleMaker account of the databases still remains. In fact, anyone with FileMaker Pro Advanced 13.0v5 can reverse engineer your FileMaker Pro databases. This problem never existed in FileMaker Pro Advanced version 10 or earlier. The bug was introduced by Apple/FileMaker, Inc. to force FileMaker Pro developers to build databases for personal use or within an organisation, but not to sell them as Runtime solutions that could potentially compete with Apple's own contacts.app, iTunes.app, etc.

As for unexpected quits observed in 13.0v1 to 13.0v4 during launching, or during the database development stage, I am yet to see evidence of this at this early stage for 13.0v5. If I or other FileMaker Pro developers notice this issue persisting, it will be mentioned here.
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Spank-Me-Baby
Spank-Me-Baby
28 March 2015
FileMaker Pro Advanced 13.0v5 appears to be much more stable in the sense that the unexpected quits experienced by a number of our FileMaker developers have not appeared, except only once since the update was applied. Yay! We are heading in the right direction.

Only the GetNthRecord bug and the Data Viewer security bug remain a work in progress for FileMaker, Inc. Giving how long these bugs have been mentioned and passed onto the FileMaker software development team, perhaps FileMaker Pro Advanced 14.0 will be the better version to have these bugs quashed?

Or then again, as some people might say, "Pigs may fly too!"

For me, I'm always an optimist.

So, well done, Apple!
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Uli-Graser
10 April 2014
this version really is a major leap forward. strongly recommend. it is still 32 bit and not 64 bit as most major applications for mavericks but it works amazingly well!
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Version 13.0.2
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Spank-Me-Baby
Spank-Me-Baby
23 April 2014
No unexpected quits or any other bug? Amazing. You must be doing extremely well for yourself there. Or perhaps the secret to greater stability of FileMaker Pro 13 Advanced is to upgrade the OS to "Mavericks"? Don't know. But until a new machine is purchased to make the latest OS even vaguely responsive and useful to me, I will have to take your word for it. Hmmm, I wish I can have what you have right now. NOTE: Even on Mountain Lion it is pretty unstable at version 13.0.2.
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