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Within our site, anywhere you see a you can select to add as an Interest.
You can open "Your Interests Panel" with below. Then From the gray panel on the right ("Your Interests Panel") you can select interests from drop-down lists, among several categories.
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Advanced diagnostics, in-depth analysis, and new visualizations.
We are the first to tackle PDoS ( Process DDR on Server ). InspectorPro is built using FileMaker. Once you have uploaded your DDR files to FileMaker Server using InspectorPro, it takes over processing there and control is returned back to you. Then you can continue developing while InspectorPro is busy processing. You’ll love it.
We have focused on the most important points that matter to you as a Developer. Here are some of the enhancements in this version:
And so much more...
With so much information to present to the user at any one time, we have added an easy way to get access to all the information you need. Toggle to the top area to see additional information. In this example we are looking at some general attributes of fields. The UI is simple, intuitive and you can navigate backwards and forwards as you would in a browser.
Knowing what the problem is
For solutions you inherit or for those really complex ongoing solutions where you have many problems to tackle, InspectorPro will help you track down the problems and help you improve your solutions.
In the past we showed where problems were, but didn't do a good enough job telling you what the problem was. In InspectorPro 6 you can bring up a comprehensive list of all the problems that were detected. Problems are grouped into 2 categories; Area Problems, and Calculation Problems:
With a theme of InspectorPro 6 being Collaboration, we provide a way to enter a note on any problem, and/or mark it as fixed so you can work through the list of problems as a team. And you can also link back into the Analysis to see where the problem is, for example link to the field or script step. And we also show a coffee cup icon if the problem exists on some code that is disabled, for example a script step that is disabled.
What and where is this item referenced?
This is by far the most commonly used feature. Developers want to easily know where are all the places that a particular item is referenced.
Detailed references are presented in this tear-away window, so that you can keep viewing it and navigate to the item in question. This info is sub-summarized by different areas and includes information whether a reference is a disabled or dormant.
Inspector is a must-have for any serious FileMaker developer. I can't tell you how many hours I have wasted looking for things that Inspector will now help me find in a few moments.
We depend on InspectorPro as part of our workflow. Nothing gets delivered to clients without running it first. We never delete scripts, fields, layouts, tables, etc. without first checking InspectorPro for references. It's a time-saver and helps us improve the quality of the solutions we deliver.John DuncanJEDtech Consulting