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FileMaker Pro 17 Advanced includes all of the features of FileMaker Pro 16 plus a suite of advanced development and customization tools. Get features to design and develop solutions faster and easier. Plus, get robust analysis capabilities, powerful debugging tools and much more. If you develop solutions for your business and want to build more powerful and more flexible solutions, then FileMaker Pro Advanced is for you.
FileMaker Pro Advanced Features
Apps with a snap
Starter apps: If you’re new to the FileMaker Platform, get started more quickly by snapping together predefined apps with additional tables to get the custom app you’ve always wanted — without any “behind the scenes” work.
New! Enhanced Data Viewer
Increase your productivity with auto-complete for function names in the Data Viewer. Plus, automatically evaluate results for functions and resize the Edit Expression window to easily view all results.
New! OAuth 2.0 support for accounts
Use your existing Amazon, Google, or Microsoft Azure account credentials to log in to your FileMaker-based custom apps.
Get started quickly
Choose from a variety of predesigned Starter Solutions to manage contacts, inventory, projects, and more.
Import existing data
Bring your existing data into FileMaker Pro, including. CSV, Tab, XML, ODBC, and Microsoft Excel files.
Customize with ease
Use flexible design tools to make your layouts look and work just the way you want — without extensive development experience or IT skills.
Integrate with other programs
Exchange and interact with data from other applications. Plus, create live, 2-way connections with Microsoft SQL Server, Oracle, and MySQL data sources.
And Much More…
- In certain circumstances, the CPU usage increased to 100% after FileMaker Pro Advanced was opened.
- High Sierra 10.13: During some operations, the progress bar did not display.
Saving records as PDF:
- Saving records as a PDF was slower than in previous versions.
- FileMaker Pro Advanced closed unexpectedly when the field display format was changed in the Inspector.
OS X 10.10 or later, 64-bit processor