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  • Answer:

    1. You can pass variables to installation manifest. 2. You can set environment variables and get them in ObjectScript: set env = "MYVAR" set val = $system.Util.GetEnviron(env) ...

    Answer to the post "Working with variable from .cmd file in Ensemble manifest" by Eduard Lebedyuk, 14 hours 47 min ago


  • Comment:

    No that's not really what I meat. My question was much more generic about data projection of object data like listOfObjects.
    When you look at the projected data of those "object" collections they are projected as $LISTBUILD lists in SQL. So...

    Comment to the post "Report Generator for InterSystems IRIS Data Platform - What are you using" by Stephan Gertsobbe, 3 days ago


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    Just an observation ... generally speaking, the reasoning behind the repetition delimiters in OBX:5 is to provide a form of line-orientation to the resulted report; sort of like <br/> tags in HTML.  The receiving system can use these as...

    Comment to the post "How to separate OBX segments based on . " by Jeffrey Drumm, 19 hours 14 min ago


  • Question: Correct usage of %Library.ListOfObjects containing EnsLib.SQL.Snapshot in Ensemble

    Beginner, Business Operation, SQL, Stored Procedures, Caché, Ensemble Language English I'm having trouble accessing the snapshots  EnsLib.SQL.Snapshot in %Library.ListOfObjects that are returned from method ExecuteProcedure in EnsLib.SQL ...

    Post by Graham Hartley 15 hours 44 min ago


  • Comment:

    I updated my comment and turned it into an answer ... with DTL rather than ObjectScript since I didn't realize that was the specific type of solution you were looking for. Let me know if that doesn't get you where you need to be ...

    Comment to the post "How to separate OBX segments based on . " by Jeffrey Drumm, 19 hours 14 min ago


  • Question: Working with variable from .cmd file in Ensemble manifest

    Caché, Documentation, Other Language English Hi, let me apprise you with my problem: I want to install Ensemble by Unattended Custom Instalation which use my Installation Manifest. It should start from cmd. So I've got everything in.cmd file to start ...

    Post by Zdeněk Bartušek 15 hours 52 min ago


  • Comment:

    I did the following so far:

    1. Split the OBX: 5 into a list of values

    I want to now insert each of them into new OBX segments: Highlighted where I have an issue.

    ...

    Comment to the post "How to separate OBX segments based on . " by Eric David, 19 hours 14 min ago


  • Comment:

    Hi Jeff, thank you for responding to my query. Yes, I found that when I output to string the '.' doesnt appear. so am trying to do it in a different way. Do you by any chance have a sample code to build new message segments?

    I was able to...

    Comment to the post "How to separate OBX segments based on . " by Eric David, 19 hours 14 min ago


  • Answer:

    Is that screen shot from the Ensemble Message Viewer? If yes, than what you're seeing is Ensemble's visualization of an empty field/component/subcomponent/repetition. The tilde (~) character is the repetition delimiter at the field level; ...

    Answer to the post "How to separate OBX segments based on . " by Jeffrey Drumm, 16 hours 18 min ago


  • Comment:

    Great initiative !! We did a webinar for spanish speakers some days ago and the feedback was very good.

    Also the title sounds very interesting !!

    Congrats