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Anybody says how could be it? Following the SQL Plugin documentation, I placed this into the “lib” directory, added the datasource to the server.
I was wondering if you might have any suggestions on how to fix this problem, or whether it might be an anomoly in the SQL Plugin. His group does not want to move away from Filemaker, and he has been tasked with using the SQL plugin to display queries from the database in their space.
Sign up using Facebook. The FM tutorial has a Java example: SequeLinkDriver’ but Grails don’t recognize them as valid dependency strings Will It be the problem, or maybe coud be another?
Post as a guest Name. One of our users needs to be able to display data from a Filemaker database in our Confluence wiki.
FileMaker: [DataDirect][ODBC SequeLink driver][SequeLink Client]TCP/IP error, connection refused
Using SequeLink driver to use SQL Plugin with Filemaker
Upon restarting Confluence, initially everything works fine. I can’t achieve to connect filekaker a FileMaker database when I use the fmjdbc driver.
Also, I’m a bit confused with jar lib filemaker code because all packages start with the ‘com.
In an attempt to fix this, the user tried to restart the Filemaker server, but then would be faced with the following error “sql-query: Email Required, but never shown.
Using the SQL plugin, our user can execute and display query results from the data source.
jdbc – Connect to FileMaker Database from Grails app – Stack Overflow
I’ve tried with dependency strings at runtime as well sequelin ‘jdbc: I have tried several variations on parameters and values when setting up the data source, but we haven’t had success in getting this to work so far, and unfortunately there isn’t a whole lot of documentation for doing this type of thing. Thanks a lot for your response.