InterSystems has decided to stop further development of SAM (System Alerting & Monitoring) and label it as deprecated as of today. InterSystems will continue to support existing customers using the technology, but it is no longer recommended for new deployments.
The other day I was reflecting on the possibilities that FHIR brings us in the world of interoperability and electronic medical records and it gave me mixed feelings, let me explain, first a small introduction.
As you well know, FHIR is based on parameterizing a series of concepts that it calls resources in JSON or XML format with the intention of covering the most common cases within the healthcare environment, relying on HTTP communications to cover CRUD and query functionalities.
I want to convert a string to uppercase that may or may not be a $LIST so that I can do a case insensitve search. However, when looking at what constitutes a $LIST I can see something that looks like it follows these rules:
You can hide the source by exporting/importing only the *.obj that is generated after compiling the source program.
The command execution example specifies EX1Sample.obj and EX2Sample.obj, which are generated by compiling EX1Sample.mac and EX2Sample.mac, as export targets and exports them to the second argument file.
After moving to another namespace, I am using the exported XML file to perform the import.
This article is an overview of SQLAlchemy, so let's begin!
SQLAlchemy is the Python SQL toolkit that serves as a bridge between your Python code and the relational database system of your choice. Created by Michael Bayer, it is currently available as an open-source library under the MIT License. SQLAlchemy supports a wide range of database systems, including PostgreSQL, MySQL, SQLite, Oracle, and Microsoft SQL Server, making it versatile and adaptable to different project requirements.
The SQLAlchemy SQL Toolkit and Object Relational Mapper from a comprehensive set of tools for working with databases and Python. It has several distinct areas of functionality which you can use individually or in various combinations. The major components are illustrated below, with component dependencies organized into layers:
When AMD published the x86-64 standard in 1999, little did they know they were inventing what would become the de-facto architecture for server CPUs. But the CPUs of today aren’t the same as ones produced 20 years back – as they have extensions for everything from Advanced Vector Extensions (AVX) to Hardware-Assisted Virtualization (VT-d).
InterSystems would like to take better advantage of these new extensions in upcoming versions of InterSystems IRIS. While our compilers are smart enough to create optimized code for many situations, some optimizations can only be turned on by explicitly cutting off support for processors that do not have that instruction set. Additionally, we are finding it increasingly difficult to maintain older CPU models to test on.
Currently, I'm working on a project that requires highly dynamic event management. In the context of the Java programming language, my first instinct should be to opt for the "Observer Pattern", which is an approach to managing interactions between objects by establishing a notification mechanism. It allows multiple observers to react to changes in the state of a subject autonomously, promoting code flexibility and modularity. If you are not familiar with this design pattern, check out Wikipedia to find more information about it.
While it's natural and commonly used in certain programming languages as Java and C++, in ObjectScript, it's quite a different story.
How do we trigger a BPL Business Process on a time schedule?
We are building a production that takes a steady stream of (HL7) lab results messages, processes them and stores them in a temporary database table. At scheduled points during the day (eg 0800, 1300, 1600) the database is queried and messages sent on to the downstream system. Aiming that the Processes to be implemented in BPL if possible - but we are having trouble triggering code in a BPL as a scheduled job.
Discover the exciting challenges and opportunities that await Java enthusiasts in this year's contest. We'll talk about the topics we expect from participants and show you how to develop, build and deploy applications on the InterSystems IRIS data platform and how to develop Java applications working with InterSystems IRIS.
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As first announced in May, and after many presentations and robust discussions at Global Summit 2023, we are continuing with the plans to deprecate InterSystems Studio (deprecated designates a feature or technology that InterSystems no longer actively develops, and for which better options exist).
Here in %SYS, we have already examined users, resources, and roles. Now that we know how to set all of that up, we should give it a purpose. Next we will talk about applications! As you may expect, we will see various identical class methods defined here that we have seen in the previous classes. However, some of them will have some tiny yet significant differences.
We are using IRIS health 2023.1 to build an application that runs on kubernetes cluster as container images. In the container image, we have our own PRODUCTION "APP" created with its routines database and global database located at:
For a particular problem we were trying to parse a relatively large *.csv file with a recordmap. We are doing this from a BPL where we start with a REST call to acquire the file. This file needs a slight transformation which we tried in a DTL. However DTL's seem to be incapable of parsing larger files.