Here you find the download of the last 32-bit versions of some of our plug-ins. Note that we no longer sell separate licenses for these versions. However, with your purchase of a new license for that plug-in, we can provide a free license for these versions. Please request this by email.
We sign our Troi plug-ins
Every day it becomes more important that people can trust the software that is installed on their computer. To help you trust our software, and more specifically our plug-ins for FileMaker, we now sign our software code. When you check our plug-ins you should get a valid signature, with the right name.
To help users trust new software and more specifically plug-ins for FileMaker we sign our plug-ins. In this post we will describe how a plug-in maker can sign a plug-in on macOS and on Windows.
Troi URL Plug-in can help you communicate with a web server. Communicating with a web server is done with the help of status codes. You will find an overview of the possible HTTP status codes here: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_HTTP_status_codes.
Some of those may be returned by Troi URL Plug-in.
For each of our plug-ins we offer a developer license specially intended for developers of databases. This developer license allows you to include the plug-in in question with ALL databases or FileMaker solutions that your company sells to organizations of up to 25 users (contact us if any of your customers has more than 25 users).
The developer license also allows you to distribute the plug-in with runtimes made with FileMaker Pro Advanced.
Please note: Certain restrictions apply. You need to use the built-in registration function of the plug-in. This enables the plug-in only for your database. See the “For solution developers” folder in the downloads for instructions on how to implement this.
FileMaker Pro (Advanced) 14 and later, FileMaker Server (Advanced) 14 and later, FileMaker Server 13 and WebDirect are 64-bit processes, for which plug-ins need to be compiled for 64-bit. On Windows 64-bit plug-ins are easily spotted as they have a different extension: fmx64. In the download of a 64-bit compatible plug-in you will find this extra copy of the plug-in.
Plug-ins for Mac OS can be universal and the extension is always the same: fmplugin. A universal plug-in is a single plug-in that will run on a 32-bit process as well as on 64-bit process. You can not easily see if a Mac OS plug-in is 64-bit compatible. Therefore we have created a simple dropper app called “Troi Architecture Check” to determine for which architectures a plug-in is compiled.
With the functions of Troi Activator Plug-in 3.0 and later your FileMaker Pro database can become an (Image) Upload Server. The Activator Plug-in can receive the uploaded (JPEG) images with user text and even (GPS) location information.
You can test the upload locally with the Safari browser.