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Muhammad Waseem · Jul 13

ENSLIB Namespace not found

Hi,

I am using IRIS for Windows (x86-64) 2021.1 (Build 215U) Wed Jun 9 2021 12:15:53 EDT [Health:3.3.0] locally. 

Need ENSLIB namespace to work on SQL Outbound Adapters.

How can I include ENSLIB namespace?

Thanks

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Hello Muhammad,

What problem exactly are you having? Enslib is a database, not a namespace, and I've tested that the database should definitely be installed on your version.

https://docs.intersystems.com/irislatest/csp/docbook/Doc.View.cls?KEY=GORIENT_ch_enviro#GORIENT_enviro_database_system

"ENSLIB — This is a read-only database contains additional code needed for InterSystems IRIS Interoperability features, specifically the ability to create productions, which integrate separate software systems.

If you create a namespace that is interoperability-enabled, that namespace has access to the code in this database."

Your link is personalized to your login so I wasn't able to load it, but I found ISC1064 Building Custom Business Operations. I didn't see any references to enslib explicitly when I scanned; can you point to which module or what the instruction is asking you to do?

The exercises I see refer to the INTEROP namespace, which I see is preinstalled in the lab.

If you find something that doesn't look correct in a course, you can reach out to onlinetraining@intersystems.com for guidance/correction.

edit: once I registered for the course your link then worked and brought me to 2.2 the section on adapters, but I still didn't see a specific reference to Enslib.

is it possible that you're missing the "Ens* Routine" mapping from Database Enslib to the namespace you're working in? (have a look to System/Configuration/Namespaces within Administration Portal)