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360Works Updates 13 FileMaker Pro Plug-ins

ATLANTA - 360Works, a leading FileMaker product developer and innovator, today announced an update affecting all of their FileMaker plug-ins. This bug fix release is recommended for all users. Visit our product page for more information.

Here is a list of what is fixed in this release, as well as recent updates for all plug-ins including:
Email, FTPeek, SafetyNet , Scribe, ScriptMaster, SuperContainer, WebAssistant, Admin Anywhere, Charts, JDBC, Plastic, Remote Scripter, Web Services Manager

  • Issue was resolved that was only allowing one plug-in at a time to load on Windows 7 and Windows Server 2008 R2
  • Logging is now consolidated to a single log file for all 360Works plug-ins. This should make it easier to report issues to 360Works, and will also significantly reduce the amount of disk space used when running multiple 360Works plug-ins on FileMaker Server.

Additional updates by product:

360Works SafetyNet

  • Streaming uploads, so SafetyNet can upload extremely large files without running out of memory.

  • SafetyNet has hit a usage milestone, and is now backing up more than 1 terabyte per month! If you are not currently doing off-site backups of FileMaker Server, getting set up only takes about 10 minutes!

360Works ScriptMaster

  • FileMaker XML clipboard manipulation now works correctly on Windows
  • Now includes the latest version of Groovy (1.76)
  • Security improvement - SQL statements are no longer written to ScriptMaster log file

360Works Scribe

  • Scribe can now write images stored in container fields or SuperContainer into PDF forms
  • Scribe can now extract text from Outlook .msg files
  • Now supports reading .xlsx and .xls documents from a network URL
  • Fixed a bug where documents read from a network URL were being cached instead of reloaded
  • Better , more user-friendly error reporting
  • Now supports tabs when extracting text, no longer double-spaces new paragraphs
  • Numerous other bug fixes
  • 360Works SuperContainer

    • Now compatible with any Tomcat-managed security settings allowing any type of authentication such as NTLM, Active Directory, LDAP, etc.
    • Fixed a bug where everything except for the file icon disappeared when reloading

    360Works Email

    • Better support for messages containing both inline and non-inline attachments

    360Works FTPeek

    • Changed encoding setting for issuing FTP commands; should work with a broader set of FTP servers now

    360Works WebAssistant

    • Added function to get a list of the HTTP headers from the last Request

    About 360Works

    Located in metro Atlanta, 360Works, a FileMaker Platinum Business Alliance member, has been providing FileMaker-based solutions for more than a decade. The company is a leading developer of both shrink-wrapped and custom FileMaker database design solutions for clients such as NASA, Pixar, US Marines, Make-A -Wish foundation and many others. The company is credited for its forward-thinking solutions, dedication and unparalleled client service.

    Visit our product page for more information.

    Thank you,

    The 360Works Staff
    plugins@360works.com
    http://360works.com/
    866-662-9185

    About FileMaker, Inc.

    FileMaker is the leader in easy-to-use database software. Millions of people, from individuals to some of the world's largest companies, rely on FileMaker software to manage, analyze and share essential information. The company's products are the FileMaker line - versatile database software for teams and organizations, for Windows, Mac, iPhone, iPad and the web - and Bento, the personal database for Mac, iPhone and iPad. FileMaker, Inc. is a subsidiary of Apple.

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