I've checked that it compile, is synchronized server-client and vice versa.
Is this referring to when you're using the Serenji extension? If so, understand that there is no client-side copy of your code (so no...
Thanks for this detailed article but have a few questions in mind ( probably you might have faced/answered when you have implemented this solution)
1) These CI/CD builds on the corresponding servers are Clean build ? If the commit is about...
Ok, I'll try.
It's good. Only I'm missing the intellisense
Thanks for all
Hi Stephen We have several publicly accessible resources to help those who are interested in learning more about FHIR. InterSystems website FHIR resource pages InterSystems on FHIR FHIR T raining classes on the InterSystems Online Learning System The ...
If you disable ObjectScript VSCode and enable Serenji I hope you'll be able to work the Serenji way. Please try it.
There, a version with multidimensional array support until 4 subscripts level :
Hi @Helmut Forstner !
Great announcement, thank you!
BTW, do you want to promote your framework...
La comunidad hispanohablante lo va a agradecer.
Ok, it was due server port. Now it is connected with the server, but ObjectScript VSCode extension is disabled. Now, I'm not able to compile :(
All previous configuration for ObjectScript VSCode extension was working, and the configuration...
Did you intentionally start your Serenji service process on port 43221 rather than the default port, which is 43211?
You can check the status of that service process by running this command in a Cache Terminal:
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