Online reporting tool for InterSystems IRIS. Online User Reports - automatically analyzes data - generates automated reports - provides interface for ad hoc reports - conducts statistical research. Learn more on OUReports.com
Patient Readmissions are said to be the Hello World of Machine Learning in Healthcare. We use this problem to show how IRIS can be used to safely build and operationalize ML models for real time predictions and how this can be integrated into a random application.
I'm trying to export a XML stream containing some files that are supposed to have been written using UTF-8, but I'm facing some broken encoding issues. You can see below that I'm indeed viewing a UTF-8 encoded and which is inside the CSP folder and encoded correctly (although displaying it on Studio would not display it correctly as the file is not using BOM and that's intentional).
we're planning some work on our SQL Query Plan functionality for a future release of InterSystems IRIS and are interested to hear how you're using them today, or what'd keep you from using them. Rather than try and fit everything in a rigid survey, I thought a simple thread on our beloved DC might also reveal some use patterns that we support or could do a better job on.
I am trying to get a list of all settings for all the config items of a given production using SQL . When I run the following sql as a dynamic query I am unable to access the setting names and values. Settings is a list of Ens.Config.Setting
A unit of ObjectScript code (a ClassMethod, say) may produce a variety of unexpected side effects by interacting with parts of the system outside of its own scope and not properly cleaning up. As a non-exhaustive list, these include:
Hi All - I want to share with the community a project I recently posted in OpenExchange, that extends on the Business Activity Monitoring features available with InterSystems IRIS’s integration framework.
Over the last couple of weeks the Solution Architecture team has been working to finish off our 2019 workload: this included open-sourcing the Readmission Demo that was brought to HIMSS last year, so we could make it available to anyone looking for an interactive-way of exploring the tooling provided by IRIS.
A quick question regarding to SQL Query Plan: Why these two requests have different plans, in particularly, why second request needs temp file? To me, temp file is a bad thing which should be avoided, right?
select * from Test.Log where cdate = 1
select * from Test.Log where cdate > 1
Plan for 1:
Read index map Test.Log.cdateIndex, using the given %SQLUPPER(cdate), and looping on ID. For each row: Read master map Test.Log.IDKEY, using the given idkey value. Output the row.
I am working on Ensemble 2017.2.1 . I need to export my security settings into an extern database, in order to make a report.
I've created a Business Operation with an SQL Adapter into a Namespace, but I don't know how to get every security data from "%SYS" Namespace ( SQLPrivileges , Resources , Roles , Services , Users ... ).
I dont't want to use the terminal and the ^SECURITY routine, because i don't want to store a XML file on the server.
I have a need to restrict ODBC access to certain users to prevent unwanted access to our cache database.
We have a limited number of legacy applications that use ODBC to connect to read data and are currently not in a position to have these amended any time soon so in the interim, I am hoping someone will be able to provide me with some assistance.
On a persistent class, I have defined an %OnNew method that validate some properties with appropriate status code for each kind of error.
Question is: how do you catch the specific error when %New is called on this class?
Surrounding %New method with a try-catch not seems to work.
I am reading in an X12 document into my production that needs to be processed and returned as a CSV file. I have created a record map to support the fields I want to extract with a batch class to store headers. I have a DTL mapping the data to the appropriate fields in the record map and am sending the record map to a EnsLib.RecordMap.Operation.BatchFileOperation.