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I want to display to the user on their Zen page how much time is left before their session times out.
I know I can set the %session.AppTimeout to a particular value (or manage this in the Web Application) and I know I can retrieve this value from the %session object. I also know that I can set an event handler to do something when the session has timed out but I cannot find any way to determine how long before the session ends via the application timeout so that I can keep the user informed.
We need to send some coordinates to a spaceship through a laser beam.
To do that we have to encode it, and beam it out into space.
Your mission is to implement the encoder with a compression standard.
As usual shortest solution wins.
You will receive a string of comma-separated integers and you will return a new string of comma-separated integers and sequence descriptors.
One of the crucial business dimensions is the dimension “Where”. It is necessary to know where a customer was born or where he lives. Where will the order be delivered? Where have there been more sales, and where can we sell more? Where are our stores located? From Where is the customer accessing our e-commerce? These and other principal questions use the “Where” dimension. Today the best service to provide geographic accuracy and quality for these data is Google Maps.
I'm setting up Azure DevOps through IRISHealth (localhost) terminal and got the following error after trying to compile CD/CI pipelines:
Compiling routine Dws.CD.Data.History.1 ERROR #6301: SAX XML Parser Error: invalid XML encoding declaration '' while processing Anonymous Stream at line 1 offset 32 > ERROR #5090: An error has occurred while creating projection Dws.CI.SourceControl.Git.GitStudioExtension:Menu.
I have enabled Data Quality manager on InterSystems healthshare Patient Index and the SSN field holds south african Identity numbers on our system.
I would like to modify the rule to validate according to South African ID number and not SSN. Data quality manager classifies this South African Identity numbers as Invalid because the rule is based on SSN.
Please see the current and default SSN rule below and advise how I can go about accomplishing this task, if anyone has that rule please share how it's done.
This package offers a utility to export an XLarge Global into a JSON object file and to show or import it again. In a previous example, this all was processed in memory. But if this is a large Global you may either experience <MAXSTRING> or an <STORE> error if the generated JSON structure exceeds available memory.
Currently we are using an older Healthshare instance but I am not opposed to using IRIS as we will upgrade eventually.
Currently for monitoring productions we have a Montior screen. We have both the Queues page and a Deepsee dashboard which has current status of our services. The issue with the Deepsee method we currently have with traffic lights is 1) the page is a bit slow to load the metrics 2) any new services from the team a new widget needs created and although this is easy enough to do it just is time consuming.
I have a few Zen pages, one of which is implementation of %CSP.StreamServer which I'm using to download a PDF file, however, any file downloaded is 5Kb smaller than the original. This is the code I'm using:
In various tests I used both and found no real reason to prefer the one or the other. Eventually I missed some limits. At least I didn't hit any. What is the general opinion? Where to use the one or the other?