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Each member now has access to their personalized 2022 activity summary – an overview of their contributions, including the number of posts, comments, views, top and favorite posts / tags, and much more!
As you may well remember from Global Summit 2022 or the 2022.2 launch webinar, we're releasing an exciting new capability for including in your analytics solutions on InterSystems IRIS. Columnar Storage introduces an alternative way of storing your SQL table data that offers an order-of-magnitude speedup for analytical queries. First released as an experimental feature in 2022.2, the latest 2022.3 Developer Preview includes a bunch of updates we thought were worth a quick post here.
Because I had no idea how to build an integration solution for HL7 and didn't know where to start, I decided to follow the course Building Basic HL7 Integrations with InterSystems on Learning portal to get at least the idea of where to begin. After I studied all of it, I decided it might be a good idea to share my thoughts and reflections about it with everyone.
It was an amazing 2022 with all of you. Great questions and articles around the whole year and this brings us the most valuable gifts -- wisdom and knowledge. I want to thank you all for a great year full of fun and pleasure.
Hey Community, Please check out the 2022 Annual Dev Community Article Digest with the most popular and commented articles. Thank you all for your contributions to the InterSystems Community in 2022!
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To connect to AtScale, we will use the SQL Server Analysis Services database. Let's open it in the Power Query editor. To do that, select Transform Data on the Home. In the window that appears, go to the Home, expand New Source and select Analysis Services.
Hi Community, Let's meet virtually at our first Community Roundtable in 2023! Join the discussion on best practices for developing in VS Code/Studio, use cases, and Q&A. 📅 Date: January 26 🕑 Time: 9:00 am ET | 3:00 pm CET
Large language models are stirring up some phenomena in recent months. So inevitably I was playing ChatGPT too over last weekend, to probe whether it would be a complimentary to some BERT based "traditional" AI chatbots I was knocking up, or rather would it simply sweep them away.
In general Global Streams are data objects embedded in Classes / Tables. Using and viewing them with SQL is normally a part of the access to the containing tables.
During debugging or searching for strange or unexpected behavior there could be the need to get closer to the stored stream. No big problem with direct access to Globals with SMP or Terminal. But with SQL you are lost. So my tool provides dynamic access to Global Streams wherever you may need this Special thanks to @Oliver Wilms for the inspiration for this tool.
Recently I had the challenge to create a secure authentication method to authorize access to some data, but unfortunately I had zero experience with those security configurations and I felt that I was missing some basic concepts to have a better understanding of the official documentation.
After studying and managing to deliver the classes that I was asked to develop, I'd like to share a little bit of my new knowledge, which helped me follow the topics in the documentation.
Applications that work with bill payments and receipts, as well as the delivery and inventory of items, generally require the use of barcodes or QR Codes. The latter is used in even broader scenarios since the QR Code can store more information than a simple bar code. Thus, it is important to have the ability to generate barcodes and QR Codes or read the data stored in them from an image or a PDF. This article will show you how to do this using Python and some of its free libraries.
There is not just one class in this package: rcc.gstream.cls but also rcc.gstreamT.cls
While rcc.gstream works with direct access to the stream globals, the *T version uses a Process Private Global (PPG) as Temporary storage. using SELECT * FROM RCC.gstreamT WHERE RCC.useT('^jpgS')=1 and similar.