Ensemble 2015. Working on an a way to send NACK'd HL7 messages to a flat file for external review/troubleshooting. (Similar to the way BadMessageHandler deals with validation errors.)
Hello. I am a student from Syktyvakar Forest Institute(Russia).
i got an unspecified character in my try-cache i do sample class definition using stream collection what is my defect plz reply me as soon as possible
Prmoetheus is a really good to combine measures, and export them in graphical dashboards
Suppose I have full access to Caché database instance A and want to export consistent part of the data and import it into another Caché instance B. Classes are equal.
As we've all heard 2016.2 draws near and brings the removal of system methods with it.
There are two ways to make the code compatible with 2016.2:
Can you connect to FHIR through ensemble or do you have to have HealthShare to connect to FHIR services?
Hi community members!
I'd like to know about what source control version is recommended to use with Caché / Ensemble. Can someone help me? If yes, there is some documentation to how to configure?
I am trying to install Atelier on a Windows 7 computer.
I downloaded Eclipse Java Mars.2
Then I added the Altelier repo from:
Usually I recommend to set the global buffer (GB) as large as possible in order to maintain in memory more globals as possible.
Given location in INT code, as Cache usually reports on error (zWriteReport+25^SomeFile.1), is there any programmatic way to determine corresponding place in original source code?
Currently, we have an application running in one namespace ("Database B") that has globals and routines mapped to another database ("Database A").
I just installed Atelier, but when I tried to start it, I got the error "Java was started but returned exit code = 13". What's the issue here? How can I fix it?
Please see the screenshot below:-
How to store the upload file in CSP?
I've been building up a REST services API, consisting of a dozen or so classes referenced from a Dispatch class, which has route mappings for the first piece of the URI.