Consider you need to put some (less than 1GB) data to an indexed array and do some data manipulations and calculations with it.
Should I prefer global or local for it?
I am inserting rows in a table. This table is appearing in all namespace as I did global mapping.
Is the Intersystem Cache has SQL or Non-SQL concept?
I'm having a problem with %SQL.Statement.
I have a ClassMethod on Cache that I'm trying to access via - this.db.invoke_classmethod.
I'm aware of two ways to get list of files in a dir:
set dir = "C:\temp\"
set rs = ##class(%File).FileSetFunc(dir, , , 1)
In my previous article, I gave an example of how to get the own image with InterSystems Caché. Now it's time to launch a project with container.
I'm saving object instance using RestForms.
In Cache 2013.1.6.950.1 I have a ZEN dataGrid which works fine except if I use the mouse wheel to scroll through it.
I'd like to include a .inc file in a tag-based CSP page. The include file defines a bunch of macros that I want to use in CSP runtime expressions. Is there any way to do this?
I’m creating a REST API service but I need to convert my object in JSON.
The Class “A” is extended from another Class “B”:
Unless I'm mistaken, 2017.1 doesn't appear to support RFC 7523 (JSON Web Token Profile for OAuth 2.0 Client Authentication and Authorization Grants). Is that coming in 2017.2?
When you export the Caché ObjectScript code to VCS (Git, SVN, Perforce, etc) do you export the Storage schema for persistent classes? If so, what are the Pro/Contra?
In Management Portal I can view Processes and their details.
How do I write DDL script for collection properties?
For example I want to create the following class:
Suppose I have a web application named "/my/api", with a dispatch class configured (a subclass of %CSP.REST), and I want to be able to respond to: