We've reached the end of this #GlobalSummit23 - the last day! And this is our day - programmers' day. The keynotes today were all dedicated to the developers, their growth, aspirations and innovations.
Using the Config.Configuration class and SYS.Database class methods, you can create and register a namespace database from the terminal.
Below is a series of execution examples that create database file /CacheDB/AAA/cache.dat and register database AAA and namespace AAA in the configuration file (cache.cpf). * Execute in the %SYS namespace. *
* Make sure that this script runs as the user that is used for all IRIS processes to ensure that the directory has appropriate ownership and permissions *
I'm using the below code to download, extract files in a file directory then save data into a global, and remove the file directory as not needed anymore, but the issue is that the class(%File).RemoveDirectoryTree is not deleting, also tried class(%File).RemoveDirectory and same thing.
One of our development Ensemble instances is misbehaving. We suspect we'll just need to reinstall it - which would be a hassle. Before we do, we wanted to check we weren't missing some kind of easy fix. The symptoms we are seeing:
I am curious as to why one would use lookup tables, and what would be the best practices regarding them. We have two namespaces, and we would like to use the lookup table in each one. But, there's no clear outline of when to use them, and what are the best ways to use them?
Recently I needed to restore a version of a production class, which was overwritten by compilation and running UpdateProduction. As the correct version was unavailable in the source control, I used journals to restore the data. Journals store a plethora of information about what's happening in the system and are quite a powerful tool. This article explains how to work with journals to extract the data you require.
Hi Guys, I'm resending this because I sent on the weekend and looks like it has not been noticed much
So I added XData link pasted the required script, is this the correct way?
InterSystems is committed to providing a high quality developer experience including a great IDE (Integrated Developer Experience). For the past several years we have been evolving Visual Studio Code's ObjectScript tooling in parallel with our long-standing IDE, InterSystems Studio. There have been over 46,000 downloads of the VSCode-ObjectScript plugin, and the feedback from developers is that this is a great developer experience, and now superior to InterSystems Studio.
I'm reasonably sure that a lot of you would've liked to be present at the Global Summit 2023 but for one reason or another, you couldn't be present. Here is a brief recount of what went on on 4th and 5th of June.