Digital Point Solutions
has released two Web-based tools for testing FileMaker databases: FileMaker Web Digger and FileMaker Server Probe.
FileMaker Web Digger is a Web-based application that can be used to check the security of FileMaker databases that you’re publishing via the Web. It checks for the ability of others to view your data, edit your data, delete records, and run scripts.
FileMaker Server Probe is a Web-based application that can be used to obtain a list of files that are being shared by FileMaker. It can determine the platform the server is running, figure out the version of FileMaker used (it works with versions 3.0-6.0), and gives a list of files that FileMaker is serving (including hidden ones). FileMaker Server Probe can be used by monitoring systems to determine if a specific FileMaker database is running on your FileMaker database server.
Also, FE77 has updated the add-on components of its Server Suite to include PHP 4.3.1 and Apache Cocoon 2.0.4 for both JDK 1.2-1.3 and 1.4. It’s built for Mac OS X 10.2 and costs US$60.
Fe77 Server Suite is an integrated server system with graphical installer, configuration utility, and a set of Web development tools and production quality server components, including WebDAV support in both Apache2 and Tomcat. Additional modules, such as phpMyAdmin 2.4.0 and Postgre SQL 7.3.2, can be downloaded from the
Fe77 Web site.