Here’s a reminder for you to pop out and buy a card to congratulate Don and Dale on the arrival of their new offspring: FME2010. As always, the parents are very proud - though slightly exhausted - and confident this new born will be a hit with all. In fact, I’m so smitten I’ve created a top-ten list of my favourite things about the new release.
This FME Evangelist is the second of a two part review of the FME Server-hosted FMEeopardy! contest from the recent FME User Conference; here we cover in detail how the Answer Submission part of the project works, how to send published parameters to FME Server workspaces and how to stream HTML output back to the web browser. Finally we’ll look at what Best Practice issues I learned the hard way!
This FME Evangelist presents part one of a review of the FME Server-hosted FMEeopardy! contest from the recent FME User Conference; here we cover the software requirements and setup, and the general sequence of play.
A New Chapter in the History of Workbench: Quick Connect,
Your Spy at Safe: New Training Facility,
Anatomy of an FME Project: Parts V and VI,
Shutdown Scripts and Log Files
This FME Evangelist reports on an important update to FME Workbench, gives insider news on Safe Software’s new training facility, details a couple of useful updates for handling log files in Tcl and Python, plus continues the series “Anatomy of an FME Project” by fetching maps from a web server and outputting them inside a custom HTML template.