Application Programming Interface (API) is a set of subroutine definitions, protocols, and tools for building application software. In general terms, it is a set of clearly defined methods of communication between various software components.
Due to a new project I'm getting involved inside %Installer stuff deeper than ever I'd be happy to. Most of it was pretty easy to get, thanks to documentation, articles and SAMPLES example, while I can't dig good solution for one problem.
I'm studying AngularJS now ( looking for a substitute for my zen-mojo application ) , I would like to understand how can I connect from the client (AngularJS) with the server , passing data & invoking methods server side.
We're about to implement an application that could use WebSockets intensely so before we head to that direction we need to figure out about how some few things work. That being said, anyone care to give me some enlightenment?
We have a piece of Caché software which calls an external utility using $zf(-1,command). It works fine under Linux, but under Windows an external process occasionally hangs (due to some internal problems out of the scope here) and need to be killed programmatically. Having PID, it's easy to kill a process. If a Caché process is called with JOB command, the caller can easily get its PID from $zchild, but alas $zf(-1) does not seem to return the similar info. Is it possible to get it somehow?
Im trying to use an API running in AWS API Gateway. This API is over https and i am using the SSL/TLS config of Caché.
set httpRequest = ##class(%Net.HttpRequest).%New()
set httpRequest.Server = server
set httpRequest.SSLConfiguration = "SSLPadraoAdapcon"
We used to have this Java applet in our CSP page to "print all" and "download all" PDF medical reports. We want this applet so that the user won't have to open each PDF in the browser just to print it.
But now most browsers do not support Java applets anymore due to security concerns, so that Java application is down. We tried to migrate to Java Web Start but don't know how to invoke the JNLP file from the CSP page. I am new to Cache so any help would be greatly appreciated.
I have an IP address (or hostname) and a port (in this case a super server port #) and I want to try to verify that network communications can be established between the host I'm on and the given hostname and port number of a remote server.
Is there any way pragmatically to do this within Cache?
I am interested in working with a third-party API in my instance of the Community Portal. I was curious as to how you all work with third-party apis. Do you typically connect directly from within a ZEN Mojo Page or do you route the request through an operation in the management portal? Are there any sort of best practices I should be aware of?
I did a small coding for the HTTP request and HTTP response. When i tried to use a server with ping i was able to get a response from the HTTP request. But when i tried the same with HTTP response i am getting a empty value in the response why is that?
I am wondering if there any mechanism available in the Healhtshare where send a request from the service to the operation without storing the Data on CACHE.DAT?
My company going to receive ADT's and CCDA's from an external source (Hospital), The incoming data will have two kinds of patients, our patients, and not our patients. We do not want to keep the data on our servers of those patients that do not belongs to our company due to HIPPA complaint
Looking forward to hearing great ideas from this community.
Good afternoon - I am in the process of writing a AngularJS front-end for some CoS functions that my integration team uses for auditing, analyzing and various other purposes. I have re-tooled the functions to return JSON results that AngularJS can then interpret and display. Many kudos to the AngularJS series on this site for giving me a jump start.