Needing to know how to define a property that can either be sent in my response as 

"members": null,

or 

"members": [
                {
                    "dob": "1905-05-01",
                    "firstName": "BOB",
                    "middleName": "T",
                    "nameSuffix": "",
                    "genderCode": "M",
                    "lastName": "COLLINS",
                    "memberId": "123421741",
                    "relationship": "Subscriber"
                }
            ],

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I am updating the PV1 segment with values from the database but when I get two values back I dont know how to separate them with a tilde and insert. Any advice for me on that?

so if I get two values returned

 

my PV1.7 segment should be :  

My current code is as below: It works fine for one value, but when there are more than 2 values returned I need to find a way to include it

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I'm looking for a SQL function equivalent for SQL server STRING_SPLIT.   I have records like this:

join_to_tx_history (key), ss_note_multi_dict_1_value (varchar)

64559.001 Assistant Principal, Case Worker, Client, Dad, Daughter, Mentor, Mom, Other, Principal, Psychiatrist, School Counselor, Teacher

and I like the field ss_note_multi_dict_1_value split to rows for each comma delimited value.  So I can get this:

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Hello Community,

We want to send ALL updates from our Cache server to a remote SQL Server instance that will be used as a reporting data warehouse.

Has anyone done this already and if so what is the best way to go about setting this up?

Thanks

Regards

Mike 

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Hi! I have a promblem with ##class(%File).Exists -method and scandinavian characters.

Ensemble: Cache for UNIX (Red Hat Enterprise Linux for x86-64) 2018.1.2 (Build 309_5U)

I have a business service (EnsLib.EDI.XML.Service.FileService (charset=binary)) which reads XML-files from the server and transmits those to the business process. BP request class is EnsLib.EDI.XML.Document. In BP I have code block 

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    Hi,

    I'm getting thousands of errors like the ones below:

     

    2021-05-03 14:11:44 [SQLCODE: <-400>:<Ocorreu um erro fatal>] [Cache Error: <<READ>Dispatch+14^%SYS.BINDSRV>] [Location: <ServerLoop>] [Client info: <Username: KIORAS, Node Name: 3IK0VLS5UU, IP Address: 192.168.1.223, Executable Name: EXTRService.exe, Internal Function: B0>] [%protocol: <52>] $Id: //ce/2018.1.2/kernel/common/src/aclass.c#1 $ 23468 104

     

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    objects in javascript :

    var oM = new Object;

    var mMode=["down","up","click"] ;
    var key,val ;
        for (key in mMode)
        {

           val = mMode[key] ;
            oM[val]={} ;
            oM[val].id   ="" ;
            oM[val].type ="" ;

           ...

     }

    so I can access the .type directly as :

    oM.down.type

    or:

    oM["down"].type

    what is the syntax in CACHE or IRIS, to achieve such approach via class/key/property...?

    acctually: class/object/key/property anlaogue to ^GLOBAL(key,"property")=val

     

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