Perform Script On Server (PSOS) for FileMaker
DayBack and PSOS
By default, DayBack for FileMaker will attempt to perform FileMaker scripts on the server. This is generally faster and doesn't require "helper" windows which can cause flashing for FileMaker client and full refreshes of the web viewer on WebDirect.
Disabling PSOS is not recommended on WebDirect as any edits will force a full refresh of the web viewer. Disabling PSOS for FileMaker clients will be fine and in some cases can speed things up as Find results will be cached on the client-side. If you want to disable PSOS, go to the script Use PSOS - DayBack and set the variable on line 18 to 0.