List of Figures

List of Figures

Chapter 1: The Basics of XML

Figure 1.1: FileMaker Pro Define Fields Options dialog
Figure 1.2: FileMaker Pro invalid entry alert dialog
Figure 1.3
Figure 1.4: Showing invisibles
Figure 1.5: Naming fields in FileMaker Pro

Chapter 2: XML Import and Export with FileMaker Pro 6

Figure 2.1: Specify XML export options
Figure 2.2: Select fields to export
Figure 2.3: FileMaker Pro Number Format dialog
Figure 2.4: FileMaker Pro Date Format dialog
Figure 2.5: FileMaker Pro Time Format dialog
Figure 2.6: Import XML dialog
Figure 2.7: Import Field Mapping dialog
Figure 2.8: Import mismatched fields
Figure 2.9: Export XML dialog with stylesheet
Figure 2.10: XLS_ImportA.fp5
Figure 2.11: Scripted Import XML dialog

Chapter 3: Document Type Definitions (DTDs)

Figure 3.1: Create a New Layout dialog
Figure 3.2: Themes from the Themes folder
Figure 3.3: Theme file viewed as XML tree

Chapter 4: FileMaker Pro XML Schema or Grammar Formats (DTDs)

Figure 4.1: Database Design Report overview
Figure 4.2: Relationship details
Figure 4.3: Create a Database Design Report
Figure 4.4: Save the Database Design Report
Figure 4.5: Document Type Definition for summary

Chapter 5: XML and FileMaker Pro Web Publishing

Figure 5.1: Web Companion plug-in icon
Figure 5.2: TCP/IP plug-in icon
Figure 5.3: Setting network protocol for FileMaker Pro
Figure 5.4: TCP/IP control panel (Macintosh OS 9.1)
Figure 5.5: TCP/IP control panel (Windows NT)
Figure 5.6: TCP/IP control panel (Macintosh OS X)
Figure 5.7: Application Preferences Plug-Ins tab
Figure 5.8: Web Companion Configuration dialog
Figure 5.9: File Sharing dialog
Figure 5.10: FileMaker Web Server Connector Admin
Figure 5.11: XQUERY.FP5
Figure 5.12: Web Companion Configuration dialog
Figure 5.13: Define Passwords dialog, Windows
Figure 5.14: Define Passwords dialog, Macintosh
Figure 5.15: Web login on Macintosh, Netscape 6
Figure 5.16: Web login on Windows, Internet Explorer 5
Figure 5.17: Specify host address to open remote databases
Figure 5.18: Network sharing

Chapter 6: Using HTML and XHTML to Format Web Pages

Figure 6.1: Head elements in a browser
Figure 6.2: Unordered lists
Figure 6.3: Ordered lists
Figure 6.4
Figure 6.5: Simple table in a browser
Figure 6.6: Text flowing around a table in a browser
Figure 6.7: Table headers and footers in a browser
Figure 6.8: Table row and cell span in a browser
Figure 6.9: Nested tables in a browser