MBS FileMaker Plugin Example Databases

Microsoft SQL Server Connect

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Microsoft SQL Server Connect.fmp12

Overview
Tables1
Relationships0
Layouts1
Scripts4
Value Lists0
Custom Functions0
Custom Menus0
File Options
Default custom menu set[Standard FileMaker Menus]
When opening file
Minimum allowed version12.0
Login usingAccount Name; Account= Admin
Allow user to save passwordOff
Require iOS passcodeOff
Switch to layoutOff
Hide all toolbarsOff
Script triggers
OnFirstWindowOpenOff
OnLastWindowCloseOff
OnWindowOpenOff
OnWindowCloseOff
OnFileAVPlayerChangeOff
Thumbnail Settings
Generate ThumbnailsOn; Temporary

 

Tables

Table Name
Statistics
Occurrences in Relationship Graph
Microsoft SQL Server Connect
1 field defined, 1 record
Microsoft SQL Server Connect

Fields

Table Name: Microsoft SQL Server Connect - 1 Fields
Field NameTypeOptionsCommentsOn LayoutsIn RelationshipsIn ScriptsIn Value Lists
ResultNormal, TextAuto-Enter:
  • Allow editing
Validation:
  • Only during data entry
Storage:
  • Repetitions: 1
  • Indexing: None
  • Automatically create indexes as needed
  • Index Language: German

      Layout Objects: Microsoft SQL Server Connect

      Regular Fields

      Field Name: Microsoft SQL Server Connect::Result
      Field PropertiesCoordinatesField FormatField BehaviorQuick Find
      • Top: 83 pt
      • Left: 86 pt
      • Bottom: 245 pt
      • Right: 601 pt
      • Anchoring: Left, Top
      Field Format:
      • Edit Box
      Field Behavior:
      • Allow field to be entered: In Find mode, In Browse mode
      • Touch keyboard type: Default for Data Type
      • Go to next field using: Tab key
      Yes

      Buttons

      Button PropertiesCoordinatesScript/Script Step
        Type:
      • Text: ODBC Datasource
      • Top: 263 pt
      • Left: 84 pt
      • Bottom: 292 pt
      • Right: 211 pt
      • Anchoring: Left, Top
      Perform Script [ “Connect via ODBC to DataSource” ]

      Scripts:


      Button PropertiesCoordinatesScript/Script Step
        Type:
      • Text: Native Driver
      • Top: 263 pt
      • Left: 222 pt
      • Bottom: 292 pt
      • Right: 349 pt
      • Anchoring: Left, Top
      Perform Script [ “Connect via SQLServer with native driver” ]

      Scripts:


      Button PropertiesCoordinatesScript/Script Step
        Type:
      • Text: OLEDB
      • Top: 263 pt
      • Left: 360 pt
      • Bottom: 292 pt
      • Right: 487 pt
      • Anchoring: Left, Top
      Perform Script [ “Connect via SQLServer with OLEDB” ]

      Scripts:


      Button PropertiesCoordinatesScript/Script Step
        Type:
      • Text: DB Library
      • Top: 263 pt
      • Left: 498 pt
      • Bottom: 292 pt
      • Right: 625 pt
      • Anchoring: Left, Top
      Perform Script [ “Connect via SQLServer with OLEDB” ]

      Scripts:


      Script Hierarchy

      Connect via ODBC to DataSource
      Connect via SQLServer with native driver
      Connect via SQLServer with OLEDB
      Connect via SQLServer with DB-Library

      Next Script: [Connect via SQLServer with native driver]
      Script NameConnect via ODBC to DataSource
      Run script with full access privilegesOff
      Include In MenuYes
      Layouts that use this script
      Scripts that use this script
        Script Definition
        Script Steps
        • Set Variable [ $r; Value:MBS("Trace") ]
        • Set Field [ Microsoft SQL Server Connect::Result; "" ]
        • Set Variable [ $Connection; Value:MBS("SQL.NewConnection") ]
        • #Tell plugin we want to use ODBC
        • Set Variable [ $result; Value:MBS("SQL.SetClient"; $Connection; "ODBC") ]
        • #Connect via data source
        • Set Variable [ $ConnectionString; Value:"test" ]
        • Set Variable [ $UserName; Value:"test" ]
        • Set Variable [ $Password; Value:"tester" ]
        • Set Variable [ $result; Value:MBS("SQL.Connect"; $Connection; $ConnectionString; $Username; $Password; "ODBC") ]
        • If [ $result ≠ "OK" ]
        • Show Custom Dialog [ Message: "Error: " & $result; Default Button: “OK”, Commit: “No”; Button 2: “Abbrechen”, Commit: “No” ]
        • Set Variable [ $result; Value:MBS("SQL.FreeConnection"; $Connection) ]
        • Halt Script
        • End If
        • #Create select and run it
        • Set Variable [ $Command; Value:MBS("SQL.NewCommand"; $Connection; "SELECT @@VERSION AS 'SQL Server Version';") ]
        • #Run it
        • Set Variable [ $result; Value:MBS("SQL.Execute"; $Command) ]
        • If [ $result ≠ "OK" ]
        • Set Field [ Microsoft SQL Server Connect::Result; $result ]
        • Show Custom Dialog [ Message: "Error: " & $result; Default Button: “OK”, Commit: “No”; Button 2: “Abbrechen”, Commit: “No” ]
        • Else
        • Set Variable [ $result; Value:MBS("SQL.FetchNext"; $Command) ]
        • Set Variable [ $v; Value:MBS("SQL.GetFieldAsText"; $command; 1) ]
        • Set Field [ Microsoft SQL Server Connect::Result; $v ]
        • End If
        • #Cleanup
        • Set Variable [ $result2; Value:MBS("SQL.FreeCommand"; $Command) ]
        • Set Variable [ $result2; Value:MBS("SQL.FreeConnection"; $Connection) ]
        Fields used in this script
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              Custom menu set used by this script

                Previous Script: [Connect via ODBC to DataSource]Next Script: [Connect via SQLServer with OLEDB]
                Script NameConnect via SQLServer with native driver
                Run script with full access privilegesOff
                Include In MenuYes
                Layouts that use this script
                Scripts that use this script
                  Script Definition
                  Script Steps
                  • Set Variable [ $r; Value:MBS("Trace") ]
                  • Set Field [ Microsoft SQL Server Connect::Result; "" ]
                  • Set Variable [ $Connection; Value:MBS("SQL.NewConnection") ]
                  • #Tell plugin we want to use ODBC
                  • Set Variable [ $result; Value:MBS("SQL.SetClient"; $Connection; "SQLServer") ]
                  • #Connect via data source
                  • // Set Variable [ $ConnectionString; Value:"Windows7PC\SQLEXPRESS@test" ]
                  • #this is via SQLServer-ODBC or OLEDB. I had to open Firewall, put in right IP and assign ports to SQL Server for TCP/IP and enable TCP/IP access!
                  • Set Variable [ $ConnectionString; Value:"tcp:192.168.2.75\SQLEXPRESS,1433@test" ]
                  • Set Variable [ $UserName; Value:"test" ]
                  • Set Variable [ $Password; Value:"tester" ]
                  • Set Variable [ $result; Value:MBS("SQL.SetConnectionOption"; $Connection; "UseAPI"; "ODBC") ]
                  • Set Variable [ $result; Value:MBS("SQL.Connect"; $Connection; $ConnectionString; $Username; $Password; "SQLServer") ]
                  • If [ $result ≠ "OK" ]
                  • Show Custom Dialog [ Message: "Error: " & $result; Default Button: “OK”, Commit: “No”; Button 2: “Abbrechen”, Commit: “No” ]
                  • Set Variable [ $result; Value:MBS("SQL.FreeConnection"; $Connection) ]
                  • Halt Script
                  • End If
                  • #Create select and run it
                  • Set Variable [ $Command; Value:MBS("SQL.NewCommand"; $Connection; "SELECT @@VERSION AS 'SQL Server Version';") ]
                  • #Run it
                  • Set Variable [ $result; Value:MBS("SQL.Execute"; $Command) ]
                  • If [ $result ≠ "OK" ]
                  • Set Field [ Microsoft SQL Server Connect::Result; $result ]
                  • Show Custom Dialog [ Message: "Error: " & $result; Default Button: “OK”, Commit: “No”; Button 2: “Abbrechen”, Commit: “No” ]
                  • Else
                  • Set Variable [ $result; Value:MBS("SQL.FetchNext"; $Command) ]
                  • Set Variable [ $v; Value:MBS("SQL.GetFieldAsText"; $command; 1) ]
                  • Set Field [ Microsoft SQL Server Connect::Result; $v ]
                  • End If
                  • #Cleanup
                  • Set Variable [ $result2; Value:MBS("SQL.FreeCommand"; $Command) ]
                  • Set Variable [ $result2; Value:MBS("SQL.FreeConnection"; $Connection) ]
                  Fields used in this script
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                          Previous Script: [Connect via SQLServer with native driver]Next Script: [Connect via SQLServer with DB-Library]
                          Script NameConnect via SQLServer with OLEDB
                          Run script with full access privilegesOff
                          Include In MenuYes
                          Layouts that use this script
                          Scripts that use this script
                            Script Definition
                            Script Steps
                            • Set Variable [ $r; Value:MBS("Trace") ]
                            • Set Field [ Microsoft SQL Server Connect::Result; "" ]
                            • Set Variable [ $Connection; Value:MBS("SQL.NewConnection") ]
                            • #Tell plugin we want to use ODBC
                            • Set Variable [ $result; Value:MBS("SQL.SetClient"; $Connection; "SQLServer") ]
                            • #Connect via data source
                            • Set Variable [ $ConnectionString; Value:"Windows7PC\SQLEXPRESS@test" ]
                            • Set Variable [ $UserName; Value:"test" ]
                            • Set Variable [ $Password; Value:"tester" ]
                            • Set Variable [ $result; Value:MBS("SQL.SetConnectionOption"; $Connection; "UseAPI"; "OLEDB") ]
                            • Set Variable [ $result; Value:MBS("SQL.Connect"; $Connection; $ConnectionString; $Username; $Password; "SQLServer") ]
                            • If [ $result ≠ "OK" ]
                            • Show Custom Dialog [ Message: "Error: " & $result; Default Button: “OK”, Commit: “No”; Button 2: “Abbrechen”, Commit: “No” ]
                            • Set Variable [ $result; Value:MBS("SQL.FreeConnection"; $Connection) ]
                            • Halt Script
                            • End If
                            • #Create select and run it
                            • Set Variable [ $Command; Value:MBS("SQL.NewCommand"; $Connection; "SELECT @@VERSION AS 'SQL Server Version';") ]
                            • #Run it
                            • Set Variable [ $result; Value:MBS("SQL.Execute"; $Command) ]
                            • If [ $result ≠ "OK" ]
                            • Set Field [ Microsoft SQL Server Connect::Result; $result ]
                            • Show Custom Dialog [ Message: "Error: " & $result; Default Button: “OK”, Commit: “No”; Button 2: “Abbrechen”, Commit: “No” ]
                            • Else
                            • Set Variable [ $result; Value:MBS("SQL.FetchNext"; $Command) ]
                            • Set Variable [ $v; Value:MBS("SQL.GetFieldAsText"; $command; 1) ]
                            • Set Field [ Microsoft SQL Server Connect::Result; $v ]
                            • End If
                            • #Cleanup
                            • Set Variable [ $result2; Value:MBS("SQL.FreeCommand"; $Command) ]
                            • Set Variable [ $result2; Value:MBS("SQL.FreeConnection"; $Connection) ]
                            Fields used in this script
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                                    Previous Script: [Connect via SQLServer with OLEDB]
                                    Script NameConnect via SQLServer with DB-Library
                                    Run script with full access privilegesOff
                                    Include In MenuYes
                                    Layouts that use this script
                                      Scripts that use this script
                                        Script Definition
                                        Script Steps
                                        • Set Variable [ $r; Value:MBS("Trace") ]
                                        • Set Field [ Microsoft SQL Server Connect::Result; "" ]
                                        • Set Variable [ $Connection; Value:MBS("SQL.NewConnection") ]
                                        • #Tell plugin we want to use ODBC
                                        • Set Variable [ $result; Value:MBS("SQL.SetClient"; $Connection; "SQLServer") ]
                                        • #Connect via data source
                                        • Set Variable [ $ConnectionString; Value:"Windows7PC\SQLEXPRESS@test" ]
                                        • Set Variable [ $UserName; Value:"test" ]
                                        • Set Variable [ $Password; Value:"tester" ]
                                        • Set Variable [ $result; Value:MBS("SQL.SetConnectionOption"; $Connection; "UseAPI"; "DB-Library") ]
                                        • Set Variable [ $result; Value:MBS("SQL.Connect"; $Connection; $ConnectionString; $Username; $Password; "SQLServer") ]
                                        • If [ $result ≠ "OK" ]
                                        • Show Custom Dialog [ Message: "Error: " & $result; Default Button: “OK”, Commit: “No”; Button 2: “Abbrechen”, Commit: “No” ]
                                        • Set Variable [ $result; Value:MBS("SQL.FreeConnection"; $Connection) ]
                                        • Halt Script
                                        • End If
                                        • #Create select and run it
                                        • Set Variable [ $Command; Value:MBS("SQL.NewCommand"; $Connection; "SELECT @@VERSION AS 'SQL Server Version';") ]
                                        • #Run it
                                        • Set Variable [ $result; Value:MBS("SQL.Execute"; $Command) ]
                                        • If [ $result ≠ "OK" ]
                                        • Set Field [ Microsoft SQL Server Connect::Result; $result ]
                                        • Show Custom Dialog [ Message: "Error: " & $result; Default Button: “OK”, Commit: “No”; Button 2: “Abbrechen”, Commit: “No” ]
                                        • Else
                                        • Set Variable [ $result; Value:MBS("SQL.FetchNext"; $Command) ]
                                        • Set Variable [ $v; Value:MBS("SQL.GetFieldAsText"; $command; 1) ]
                                        • Set Field [ Microsoft SQL Server Connect::Result; $v ]
                                        • End If
                                        • #Cleanup
                                        • Set Variable [ $result2; Value:MBS("SQL.FreeCommand"; $Command) ]
                                        • Set Variable [ $result2; Value:MBS("SQL.FreeConnection"; $Connection) ]
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