I'm after feedback and comments on the sort of tools and approaches the wider InterSystems community uses for QA Testing applications written in Cache/Ensemble or IRIS. I am aware of the %UnitTest package, and understand how that works... but:
- Do you use an alternative or framework built around this native Unit Testing tool ?
- What is your experience with %UnitTest if you use it ?
- Is there a tool you would recommend for your UI (I know this is not specifically an InterSystems' related question)
This might be a stupid question, but I'm going to ask it anyway.
My goal is to write a scss file, pack it as part of a local library (Something like my_library.tgz), npm install that library into a different project and then import that scss file in one of the scss files in the new project.
Simply having the scss file exist in the library before I pack it didn't seem to work; the file wasn't under node modules after the npm install. Am I doing something wrong, or are there extra steps I have to take?
1. Still don't know what a foundation production does? What does Ens.Activity.Operation.Local.cls do?
2. Why does creating additional namespaces in 2019.1 causes foundation productions to be created automatically (with Ens.Activity.Operation.Local operation). I can't run a foundation production and a routing production in the same namespace. (no change from 15.03)
I am integrating with Front End using ODBC to the Caché tables.
I have a property of type %Library.Time in one of the Caché classes FrontEnd which is in C#, it is not possible in C# to represent only a Time type, it always has a date as well (DateTime type, no Time only in C#), but that is fine, should not be a problem, so for Time the date simply defaults to 1900/01/01.
Now when this is sent to Caché it does not like it and I would like to understand why because this is causing us not to be able to use a Caché property of type TIME ever.
As a normal IRIS user how can I view who's made changes to a process? There are over 10 people on my current team and it would be amazing to be able to click on a process or rule and see who created it or who made the most recent changes. I'm not seeing anything in the documentation. Journaling doesn't seem to capture that information either.
I am new to fhir framework, I have searched articles to write graphql API using FHIR i did not get any proper tutorial for this. I need to find better tutorial or articles for this. I have written API using graphql, typescript with mongodb. Can some one tell why we need resourcetype, identifier in fhir.
Hi, we are a veterinary lab and we use both the LAB and FIN systems of Antrim. Now we are looking to expose the data in a SQL/Object compatible way so we were wondering if same / similar things had been done by other community members already? If so, could you please share your approach / experience / gotchas with us and we are all ears. I can be reached at email@example.com . Thank you!