I know json does not impose any order, but for readability I would like to insert a json property at a specific location at the start of a %DynamicObject, not at the end. Is there a known way to do that (other than string manipulation)?
Alerts are messages generated by production components. InterSystems IRIS automatically writes the alerts to a log file and sends then to the production component named Ens.Alert. If your production does not have a component named Ens.Alert, then InterSystems IRIS writes alerts to the log file but does not send them to any component. The component named Ens.Alert can be of any class. The most frequently used classes for Ens.Alert are:
I am trying to figure out how to loop through the EnsLib.LDAP.Message.Results to get all the attributes. From router I am passing EnsLib.LDAP.Messge.Search as the request param. Response is EnsLib.LDAP.Message.Results. I am invoking the EnsLib.LDAP.Messge.Search BO.
At the BP level, trying to figure out how to extract all the attributes for a EnsLib.LDAP.Message.results
I am familiar with $TEXT which can get you any line in the current routine provided you know the offset. For example, $T(+1) will get you the first line of the current routine at the run time. In the same vein, how do I reference the current line number/offset at the run time? Something like $T(+$CURRENTLINENUMBER) where $CURRENTLINENUMBER is not yet known to me function. The sample below would write 3 as the line number.
I am trying to migrate our SQL Connections from HealthShare Health Connect 2018.1.3 to IRIS HealthShare Health Connect 2022.2 using the Data Export/Import Wizard through the Management Portal. I am able to export the data fine, but I am running into issues trying to Import it into 2022.2 using the Data Import Wizard. When I run through the steps it is not importing everything from the txt file I created from 2018.1.3. I would rather not have to rekey all the connections if possible.
I am trying to use the newly introduced adapter EnsLib.CloudStorage.InboundAdapter to pull files from azure blob container for the purpose of ECG scaling.
The ultimate goal would be- more than one services running to pull the files from a blob container and process them further. I am not sure if there would be any concurrency issue on that. So working on a poc to pull the data from server and test it out.
I'm trying to get head around this principle of instance variables and the advantage of it.
I found this principle used a lot by my predecessor in some properties definition and I'm wondering why don't we just use the property as simple as is, its creating two properties sCtg that contain the value and Ctg is a calculate to get the value of sCtg, is there advantage of fast accessing or... !?
After seeing several article raving about how ground-breaking the recent release of ChatGPT is, I thought I would try asking it to help with a Caché newbie question: How do you find the version of InterSystems Caché?
To be honest, I was quite surprised at what the chat bot told me:
Yesterday I downloaded and attempted to install the newest version of the Community Edition of IRIS but not the preview, and attempted to update an older version, but each time I tried to install it, I would get an error, and then an antivirus program would indicate that it had identified and blocked a threat (McAfee identified it as GenericRXAA-FA!EAEEF9B8457F with a location of C:\Users\jivey\AppData\Local\Temp\pbt3FDD840C\IRIS_x64.msi). I tried the installation again this morning and this time a threat was identified by Malwarebytes as Malware.AI.4072586503 and McAfee identified it as i
We have a UNIX VM with an InterSystems IRIS instance which we cloned for testing purposes, and we have found that $System (which is used for self-identification in email notifications) is still showing the hostname of the original VM, rather than the hostname of the cloned VM. This is coming from $System.INetInfo.LocalHostHame().
Does anyone know what you need to change on a UNIX clone in order for it to display the appropriate new host name in $System?
I talked to a colleague and he said that at the other company he worked, they converted a routine into a line and used that in the terminal like a command. So, I want to know if we have this function native in Intersystems products, or maybe was a program they created, my colleague doesn't remember and this would be useful for me now.
I'm testing an HL7 2.4 -> HL7 2.3.1 set of transformations. For the time being the source (service) and sink (operation) are file adapters. What I'd really like is to be able to save the output file with a name matching/containing the input file name - but as the DTL transformation in between uses "new" rather than "copy" it looks like I'm losing (some of?) the metadata, including the "Source" field (Body tab, message viewer).
Is there any way of preserving the Source field so the OutboundAdapter has access to it?