Excel Exports using XML and XSLT All FileMaker developers spend time figuring out how to export FileMaker data in a usable format for their clients. Kevin Frank had a series of posts on just that subject (link in the next paragraph below). There is way to export data from FileMaker using XML and XSLT, but […]
Michael Rocharde on the difference between using spreadsheets or a database to track, and use, information in your business. I prefer to think of these two concepts in more direct terms: Excel vs FileMaker. Now some might say I am comparing apple and oranges–it’s not a valid comparison as they are not the same. But in the real […]
A couple of short, followup videos from Michael Rocharde comparing (and contrasting) the differences between FileMaker and Excel. This time around, parsing data is highlighted: No, parsing is not a spelling mistake; it’s a term used to describe separating data into different elements. In this short video, we’re going to separate out a single address […]
End Excel Abuse Today November 9, 2013 By Tim Cimbura 2 Comments Excel spreadsheets are great. They can perform a lot of useful tasks for your business like general purpose number crunching, tracking customer contacts/information, making custom invoices, and producing charts. But many businesses push spreadsheets to their limits. They come to rely on Excel […]
Legacy Excel to FileMaker Pro ODBC Connectivity Tutorial – YouTube.