I am trying to explore some new possibilities outside of the normal day to day HL7 interfacing we do. I have only done 1 other Web Service interface but it was using a SOAP proxy wizard. Now I am tasked with trying to make a call to an external API
I have task to find out possibility call method from background task. I need run some class with methods. I've found out than I can run it via ^%ZSTART routine. And now I wanna to learn is it possible to call this class and run it's methods.
The following code walks a DOM using %XML.Node. It also prevents %XML.Writer to change whitespace. Run the code using the class method "test":
Class objectscript.walkDOM Extends %Persistent
ClassMethod dfs(node As %XML.Node)
//element nodes with one whitespacetyped child are the ones we want to change
} while (node.NodeType'="" && node.MoveToNextSibling())
set xml = "abcdefg"
set writer = ##class(%XML.Writer).%New()
//do some magic
w !,"with indent=1:",!
set writer.Indent = 1
set writer.Indent = 0
w !,"with indent=0:",!
InterSystems products (IRIS, Caché, Ensemble) already include a built-in Apache web server. But the built-in server is designed for the development and administration tasks and thus has certain limitations. Though you may find some useful workarounds for these limitations, the more common approach is to deploy a full-scale web server for your production environment. This article describes how to set up Apache to work with InterSystems products and how to provide HTTPS access. We will be using Ubuntu, but the configuration process is almost the same for all Linux distributions.
The goal of this article is to give users of InterSystems products background on source control in general, and how it can be used with Atelier, an Eclipse plugin. Specifically, I'll be discussing what to do when all of your developers share a single dev instance of an InterSystems product where they can edit and compile code.
I am trying to use Entity Framework with Visual Studio 2017. After following the Intersystems documentation ("Using the Caché Entity Framework Provider") I still cannot see the data source in Server Explorer. Any ideas why?
How to configure Remotedatabase into our local instance. While connecting remote database i am getting "ERROR #463: Database C:\InterSystems\HealthShare2\mgr\Remote\ is not allowed for ECP Mirror Connection". so can anyone help me to sort this out.
I want to test automatically that HL7 business operation works correctly in error conditions. One is to test CE acknowledgement. I have planned to implement test production which includes business services for different situations (AA, AE, CA, CE, timeout, late response etc).
How should I implement HL7 business service that always returns CE (commit error)? I have tried but it keeps returning "AA".
In Persistent class, a data global is created which holds the data similar to the table created . Through terminal we can add more records to this table according to the structure of the table. How are the records reflected back into the table which has been set at global . In other words How are the global mapped to the SQL table?
This article was written as an attempt to share the experience of installing the InterSystems Caché DBMS for production environment.
We all know that the development configuration of a DBMS is very different from real-life conditions.
As a rule, development is carried out in “hothouse conditions” with a bare minimum of security measures, but when we publish our project online, we must ensure its reliable and uninterrupted operation in a very aggressive environment.
The fault message definition is missing from my service WSDL. I would like to add these bold styled text to my WSDL. How can I do that? The aim is when I get the WSDL of MyService with ?wsdl URL the response contains the bold styled text.
The question has come up several times and I saw mixed answers and no quick example
My personal preference is using CPIPE device as you get back exactly the output you will get at the command line interface of your OS . The tricky thing is to stop reading in time. The example just displays what you normally see in your console. it becomes useful if you look for things that you can't get from any $system.whatever()