Hi everybody, and welcome back! This time we’ll be discussing the ways that FileMaker keeps users connected to their important data.
If a user loses his network connection or the server goes down for a brief period, FileMaker automatically makes the reconnection when the server is available once again. Absolutely no data is lost in this time, and people can pick up their work right where it left off.
For the more experienced users, there is a standby server option that allows for the higher availability of crucial data. Should a primary server go down, all of the work can be switched over to a standby server simply by typing in a specific set of commands.
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