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Waves in Motion offers Events 4.0 for FileMaker 7

updated 02:50 am EDT, Fri July 16, 2004

Events 4.0 for FileMaker 7

Waves in Motion has released for FileMaker Pro 7.0, an update to its application to easily automate routine database activities: "Rebuilt from the ground up for FileMaker 7.0, Events 4.0 is faster and incredibly easy to use. Events 4.0 allows you to build triggers to run from just about any FileMaker action. In addition, all actions can now result in email being sent directly without the need for an email client application or additional plug-in." Developers can also trigger scripts, send emails, or create reoccuring events when exiting a field, manipulating records, and/or entering a layout. A single-user version is $130.

According to Vince Mennano, President, Waves in Motion, "We are really
excited to be using the new API available with FileMaker Developer 7.0.
This allows the plug-in to show up with multiple, self-explanatory
parameter names, making development with the plug-in extremely easy.
FileMaker Pro 7.0 provides developers with a brand new tool set, and we
feel Events 4.0 will become an indispensable addition to that set of tools.
Events 4.0 will allow developers to achieve their solution goals in new
and creative ways."




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