Hi, we are trying to run a dynamically generated Oracle Insert SQL script using Do $SYSTEM.SQL.DDLImport("Oracle",""," sql.txt",[Error Log]) to insert multiple rows into a Linked Table within HealthConnect to an Oracle database.


We have tried using statements that are accepted within Oracle but not when using Intersystems DLL along the lines of :

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I am calling a stored procedure over an ODBC connection and every time I call it there are several warnings written to the log event {Found no Parameter 1 (used as 1) for query}.I seem to be getting this on every query executed and that seems to happen a number of times the query parameters are per query and its filling up my disc.

1) Is there a way to suppress these warnings as the query seems to be executed and data written to the database?

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I want to display to the user on their Zen page how much time is left before their session times out.

I know I can set the %session.AppTimeout to a particular value (or manage this in the Web Application) and I know I can retrieve this value from the %session object. I also know that I can set an event handler to do something when the session has timed out but I cannot find any way to determine how long before the session ends via the application timeout so that I can keep the user informed.

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Roger Andre · Jul 7, 2022
HELP DOUBTS MSM-MUMPS-UNIX

Hi, can anyone tell me how I should do the parameter calculation below in the MSM / MUMPS of Intersystems? STAP SIZE
STACK SIZE
MAX MODIFIED BUFFERS
DISK I / O RATE
SLICE COMMANDS
PARTITION SIZE
BUFFER POOL SIZE

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Let's say I have two lists of connected data where elements of listTwo only make sense if given an item of listOne as context:

listOne = ["A", "B", "C"]

listTwo = ["x", "y", "z"]

Tuples like ("A", "y") and ("C, "x") make sense, but "A" or "x" by themselves don't. I would like to pass in a list of such tuples into a method and have it handle each tuple in the list. So what would be the best way to format them given that ObjectScript does not have specialized tuples? Would it be nested $LISTBUILD lists or something else?

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We have the following code, but recently had a few issues with messages sent to downstream systems being rejected.
After investigating, seems that the message being sent is being truncated, the RawContent that we are pulling from Ens.EnsLib_HL7.Message only has the first 10k of the message

We are storing message body IDs in a table, then when we receive later messages, we look up the corresponding record in the table,
extract the message and alter some fields from the saved message based on the received message and send onto downstream systems

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Con Skordis · Jun 24, 2022
RowSpan

What is the correct way to specify rowspan and colspan in a ZEN PDF report using <Item> <Caption>

I am specifying rowspan in the <Caption> tag after the <Item> but it's not working.

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Roger Andre · Jun 21, 2022
Freeze MSM/MUMPS

Hello, today we had another freeze in the system. It was close to 09:55. Logs follow for analysis. Following are MSM/MUMPS logs with about 1050 active connections at the time of the freeze. Does anyone see something different?

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I have a table with a Varchar(max) column that I have created via the HealthShare SQL portal, and I see that in it's underlying class that column corresponds to a %Stream.GlobalCharacter

When I try to do a text search on that column (referenced as cd.Code in the example below) I get an error

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Is there a way for us to restrict user's ODBC permissions based on what program they're running on a client?

For example, we have some older Windows apps (.exe) that are a regular part of our software package which require the user to be able to select, insert, update, and delete. Some of our users are also using other third-party apps to connect (mostly reporting tools) but we only want them to be able to select unless we've approved the exe. Is there a way to do that?

These are not applications that were developed using CacheDirect.

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Hello to all my fellow Cache Experts. Quick question about the MONLBL output that identifies performance issues. There is a metric value output by MONLBL called "Obtain [NEW] connection to Cache". Supposedly that metric captures the time taken between the request reaching the CSP Gateway and a connection to Cache being reserved for the purpose of servicing the request. All of that being said, if that metric value is high for many requests, such as 19.x seconds, then can anyone tell me what that metric really means and how to improve (lower) the new connection to Cache time. The com

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Hi All,

I am taking a look at some legacy coding as it seems to be generating an error when processing the messaging. The message being process contains a PDF which we are transforming into a stream and sending to another system.

I have noticed this issue only occurs with PDFS that are roughly 2800kbs in size or above. All other PDFS process fine.

The error that it is generating is proDOCMAN BPL Error: 5002 : Cache error: <MAXSTRING>zS2+72^pacDOCMAN.proDOCMAN.Thread1.1

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Hello! Need help...
Please tell a newbie how to connect to a remote database.
OS Centos 7, WebServer type Apache, version cache - cache-2014.1.5.851.1-lnxrhx64,
license:
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FileType=License 5.1

[License]
LicenseCapacity=Cache 5.0 Entree - Concurrent Users for Intel (Linux):40, Multi-Server
CustomerName=...
OrderNumber=2010...
ExpirationDate=4/26/2036
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Hi my fellows camrades,

I have a question that seems really simple but it's quite a pain in my ass right now.

I had to rename (take a file from a directory and move it to another) which is a .hl7. Whenever this file has been displaced, I have to change the extension from .hl7 to .OK without using the rename method. Maybe using the attribut?

Do you have any ideas how I could do it?

This should follow the step i have explained right before.

I have a service to take the file but i need an operation to rename it then change his name.

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