Atelier is InterSystems’ Eclipse-based development environment. It enables you to rapidly build solutions that leverage the performance, scalability, connectivity, and reliability of InterSystems’ comprehensive data platform.
When I try to compile through Atelier (Compile Project), I noticed that in compilation with error it returns this message 'Failed to read /api/atelier/v1/ ...':
No additional Atelier files to synchronize. Compile failed: Failed to read /api/atelier/v1/ERP/action/compile?flags=ck Compile failed: Failed to read /api/atelier/v1/ERP/action/compile?flags=ck Compile failed: Failed to read /api/atelier/v1/ERP/action/compile?flags=ck Compile failed: Failed to read /api/atelier/v1/ERP/action/compile?flags=ck
Hello everyone, I just started to learn how to create a web application. My aim is to create a web app with IRIS, which streams financial data. Can I connect some streaming-data API (for example IEX API) with the IRIS Platform? Or is there any other easier way to achieve my aim? Thank you in advance.
In Studio, you can open the inspector and view the SQL Storage Map on %Persistent classes. Can you do this in Atelier or do you have to read the XML text? If it doesn't currently exist, are there plans to include it? The inability to perform certain functions in Atelier that can be done in Studio can be a 'point of conflict' when asking/forcing/encouraging developers to move to Atelier.
I'm really interested in using Atelier for its source control ability, and I have found a fair bit of info when it comes to starting a new project and then pushing that project to a chosen source control system.
However, my environment has a lot of existing code which was developed within Studio and Ensemble, and placing entire namespaces within a single project file feels wrong.
Is there anyway in either Atelier Server Explorer and Atelier Explorer to change the order of the Routine list so that it shows the software in both using Date Last Modified Order rather than alphabetically?
Please make these dialogs easier to use, for example by treating a double-click on a list item as a signal to select the item and effectively click the "Next" or "Finish" button. Using Tools\Add-Ins as my example, on the first page:
I have Caché/HealthShare installed in a local Ubuntu 16.04 LTS virtual machine. I've also installed Apache 2.4 from the apache2 bundle, and enabled SSL. I've configured Caché such that SSL/TLS is enabled on the SuperServer port but not required.
I recently installed Eclipse and Atelier and was able to connect to my dev environment and source control. However, when I open a CSP file everything inside <script> tags shows up green as if it's a comment.
I looked through all the preferences but wasn't able to fix this. Has anyone else run into this and/or know a solution?
So I finally decided to try out Atelier after having used Studio for who knows how many years. I primarily edit int files directly and am used to all the keyboard shortcuts in Studio. I was fiddling with the preferences under keys but have not got Atelier to behave very well for:
F2 = Jump to next bookmark
<Ctrl><F2> = Toggle bookmark
<F3> = Find Next, <shift><F3> = Find Previous
I can't find any equivalent to F12 to open the currently highlighted routine and jump to that entry point.
Hi, I just installed the TRYCACHE 2016.2.1 preview release into a 16.04 Ubuntu VM. The install is dirt simple. Very nice. I've installed Eclipse Neon and used your update site link to get Atelier. Also very simple and nice. Thank you!
I see there is a January update coming. Will it be possible to include a license that lets developers launch one terminal session while connected to the TRYCACHE instance via Eclipse?
When I try to do this, I'm exceeding the TRYCACHE license limit.