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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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.
In addition to its general security, Caché offers SQL security with a granularity of a single row. This is called row-level security. With row-level security, each row holds a list of authorized viewers, which can be either users or roles. By default access is determined at object modification Some time ago I became interested in determining row-level security at runtime. Here's how to implement it.
I am trying to design a RESTful service that takes a string (with control characters). Does something with that in the logic on the server, then returns a string, which may also have control characters.
Basically the string is a pharmacy claim in a delimited format that uses control characters for those delimiters. The logic on the server will pull the entire claim apart and process it.
I was thinking that a GET method could be uses but I'm used to sending content in JSON format and wondered what other normal RESTful ways there were to do this.
Whenever I try to run a simple query on a production database table, I get a timeout 504 error. I'm using the SQL interface in Ensemble. One of the queries is a simple SELECT TOP 10. Even SELECT COUNT(*) gives a timeout.
I have tried to run the SQL Runtime Statistics, but this gives me a timeout as well.
Does anyone have an idea where I might look to find what is causing this?
We are in the process of using Ensemble for HL7 translations, and wanted to know is it better to use it on Linux Server or Windows Server? We are mostly a Windows shop but just wanted to make sure there is nothing we will be missing out using the Windows application.
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Someone posted a question on DC asking whether it was possible to determine access rights for a particular table row always at runtime, and if it was, how could one do that? Answer: it is possible and it’s not hard at all.
Here's my issue. I've been using Sample.* globals and packages mapped to another development namespace to realize unit tests. So when I ran it, I notice that I forgot to start a transaction in order to be able rollback it to it's original data.
I assumed that I should use transactions since I was manipulating it's data but I didn't want it to be persisted.
I know the process ID< and I know the global name: ^||testing(index). From the terminal (and therefore, and different process ID), how do I view the contents of ^||testing() ? Not the list of process private globals; the contents of this single PPG.
I have a case where I am creating a PDF file from an Encoded String, and I need to transfer this file over to another server. I was wondering since this is PDF file if I could just invoke the FTP.OutboundAdapter within my Object script that is creating the PDF from the encoded string. Is this possible? Does anyone have an examples of using EnsLib.FTP.OutboundAdpater within their Object Script?