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  • Comment:

    In my opinion better will be so:

    Property SystemTime As %TimeStamp [ ...

    Comment to the post "Property with SqlComputed and SqlComputeCode, but not Calculated or SqlComputeOnChange" by Vitaliy Serdtsev, 9 February 2016


  • Comment:

    Some notes:

    • When writing a post title don't use URL escaped characters (namely - é). Title goes into url and it may break the link
    • To add code switch into Filtered HTML view, paste your code inside...

    Comment to the post "How to Make a Post and Other Frequently Asked Questions" by Eduard Lebedyuk, 1 February 2016


  • Question: Property with SqlComputed and SqlComputeCode, but not Calculated or SqlComputeOnChange

    Object Data Model, ObjectScript, SQL, Caché Language Undefined Looking at a property defined as follows: Property  SystemTime As  %Library.TimeStamp  [SqlComputeCode  = {Set  {*} = $ZDATETIME ($NOW (),3,1,0)}, SqlComputed ]; The documentation talks about ...

    Post by Timothy Leavitt 9 February 2016


  • Comment:

    Sweet! I'll give this  a go.

    Comment to the post "Variable scope in .mac routine?" by Scott Beeson, 8 February 2016


  • Comment:

    In various posts, you've talked about having an implementation tool that is run from the browser, and you've also talked about running it from terminal. Here's a design that would be well-suited to both:

    * Settings that apply to the whole...

    Comment to the post "Variable scope in .mac routine?" by Timothy Leavitt, 8 February 2016


  • Comment:

    Thanks for the input.

    Ignoring what I posted above, if you were going to write an implementation script that took input and modified some registry values, what would you use?

    Comment to the post "Variable scope in .mac routine?" by Scott Beeson, 8 February 2016


  • Comment:

    Thanks for the input!

    Comment to the post "Variable scope in .mac routine?" by Scott Beeson, 8 February 2016


  • Comment:

    David, your terminal emulator might also provide logging capability. For instance, in PuTTY, look at Session > Logging on the PuTTY configuration window.

    Comment to the post "Log csession in Linux " by J. Hemdal, 8 February 2016


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  • Comment:

    Yes, agreed with Stefan - if you need to keep track of more than a couple of variables in context between function calls then this is indication that you need to create object with multiple properties in its context.

    Comment to the post "Variable scope in .mac routine?" by Timur Safin, 8 February 2016