I recently created a new foundation namespace in my IRIS for Health instance. I am noticing that Registry entries such as the Service and XUA registries (HS.Registry.Service.SOAP and HS.IHE.XUA.Config) from my previously created foundation namespace are not available in my new namespace. Is there a setting that controls this, or is there a way to map these registry values to my new namespace? Other developers I talked with on my team expected these registry entries available to all namespaces and were surprised when I reported they were not.
Hello community, I need to solve a complex but trivial issue.
Two tables "Comment" and "Post". Each one contains an "Author" field, which is essentially a user ID. In these tables, each user ID represents an author. The goal is to count all participants together and then group them by month, language, and other metrics.
The question is how to do this within the IRIS ecosystem. Is it even possible to take two tables, get distinct data from them and then combine into one cube?
[InterSystems IRIS SEVERE ERROR HSFLIVE] [Utility.Event] ISCLOG: WorkMgr CountWorkers: Found dead job ns=%SYS rtn=%SYS.WorkQueueMgr data=$lb("job","3209241","jobnum",67,"group","Run","category","SYS","breadcrumb","","jobtype",59)
Are you preparing to use VS code for the first time? Just make sure you have enough privileges.
Have you defined your Iris server in your VS Code settings, and still get the following error?
VS Code accesses Iris/HealthConnect using the web application /api/atelier. If you do not have permission (i.e. you are using an LDAP user to connect and the web application is not configured to support LDAP), this is the reason why you couldn't connect.