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  • Answer:

    The business operation's "Archive I/O" setting  might do what you want, depending on what messages you're passing around. This will add some extra things to the message trace showing what the input to services or the output from ...

    Answer to the post "Capture the output from REST Operation " by Timothy Leavitt, 17 June 2016


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    Post by Janine Perkins 17 June 2016


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    Thanks for the post and a bug has been logged to fix this. ...

    Answer to the post "Return to most recent results page after viewing post" by Paul Gomez, 17 June 2016


  • Comment:

    setting the TZ environment variable needs to be done in the system-wide profile such as /etc/profile.  This should define it properly for you.  I would recommend a restart of Caché after setting it /etc/profile.  

    Also the impact of the TZ...

    Comment to the post "Linux TZ environment variable not being set and the impact to Caché " by Mark Bolinsky, 3 February 2016


  • Comment:

    Thought some folks here might also find this useful: here's how to create Node.js-based Web- and REST services for your Cache system using EWD 3:

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  • Comment:

    After 
    # su cacheusr -
    $ csession cache
    QMS> w $$tz^ztest()
    tap01.sparm.com /dev/pts/2 uid=502(cacheusr) gid=503(cacheusr) groups=503(cacheusr) tz= $ztz 0.0000008660

    So the user type (=cacheusr) rather than...

    Comment to the post "Linux TZ environment variable not being set and the impact to Caché " by Alexey Maslov, 3 February 2016


  • Comment:

    It's easy to set TZ for a Linux/UNIX tty user, but what about an app that is running some flavor of client/server mode? In this case Cache process inherits its environment from a special kind of parent, usually from SuperServer^%SYS.SERVER. ...

    Comment to the post "Linux TZ environment variable not being set and the impact to Caché " by Alexey Maslov, 3 February 2016


  • Answer:

    We are working to get the latest node into the distributions. Its problematic because it requires newer versions of compilers then we are currently using. Once the compilers are upgraded the new node will ship in the distributions. In the mean time we are ...

    Answer to the post "Using the latest nodeJS version with InterSystems Caché" by Bill McCormick, 17 June 2016


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    As I've already had some experience in such systems in production, and one of our projects, has similar architecture exclude docker, just on windows, some physical servers with ECP-Client + CSPGateway + Apache, and one HAPorxy server for all of...

    Comment to the post "Cluster deployment recipes?" by Dmitriy Maslennikov, 15 June 2016


  • Comment:

    Hello Mark,

    As I had no idea which date and time functions can be affected with TZ setting, I'd tested some of them using a codelet:

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    Comment to the post "Linux TZ environment variable not being set and the impact to Caché " by Alexey Maslov, 3 February 2016