I am trying to create a new dashboard using zen page for different namespaces. Could someone give me a sample code on how I can start designing the page for different namespaces in a single zen page/zen application.
I would like to know answer to the question: What would be an optimal way to connect an Ensemble and a pure Caché server? Optimally in such a way for the Caché system to be able to fire Ensemble processes and the Ensemble server to call Caché server functions.
Is there a way to use a HL7 field value as part of the File Naming in the Business Operation FileOperation class. I know we can do this in a custom class, but I was wondering if it could be done the default FileOperation class?
MSH-4 contains the value 12345
We would like to name the file 12345_YYYYMMDDHHMMSS.HL7
MSH.4 value here_%Y%m%d%H%M%S.HL7
It may not be possible, but I just want to see if anyone has any information
Recently I was conducting a remote support session with a site. The desktop they were sharing with me was on a PC configured with German as the native language. Since my German is rather rusty, and virtually non-existent when it comes to computing terms, I was glad to be able to switch the Portal session into English.
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We have an HTTP business operation where the messages gets stuck and we had to recycle the operation to resume the processing. We are trying to work around this (for time being until we find the root cause) using below code which should recycle the component.
I have Caché/HealthShare installed in a local Ubuntu 16.04 LTS virtual machine. I've also installed Apache 2.4 from the apache2 bundle, and enabled SSL. I've configured Caché such that SSL/TLS is enabled on the SuperServer port but not required.
I have a non objectscript application connecting to a cache instance via ODBC and one column is a list of serial objects. The output from the query contains a lot of special characters and I'm hoping there's a better way to get this data back so I won't have to perform extensive parsing on the application side.
I've tried using the $ListToString() function, but that didn't help much, probably because the list contains complex objects rather than primitives.
In Cache Studio there is export class dialog with options "Export current project" and "Include dependent classes".
Is there any way to export class programmatically, but with same effect as if "Include dependent classes" was checked? So that not only the class itself is exported, but also all dependent classes? I know of Export method in %SYSTEM.Obj class, but it only exports the class itself.
I have a question related to running an SQL query for range of data.
I am running a query like:
Select A,B from table_name where A>=12345 AND A<=12390
- Where A and B are my two of the properties under the mentioned table/class definition
- A is an integer property
Question: The result of the above query does not return me all the values between the mentioned range of integer though I do have all the values in that range. I see that some of the values are missing in result.