Does anyone have insight into how the Stream Global Compression works in 2022? I'm particularly interested in the XDSb repository on the Edges. As I understand it anything new will be compressed. Is there a compression method that is used that can be utilized by other code? How are the retrievals aware that the contents are compressed in order to de-compress them?
We would like to add our custom reporting with the IRIS database which is running on IDX at client server. Would need a technical documents which allow us to review the tables and its definitions. I tried to install ODBC but it not showing the schema of all tables.
Hello, I am writing some cache code that will pick up a PDF file, Base64 encode the contents and then send on to a third party system within a Long String (via their API). I have been testing this and discovered that the PDFs do not open within the supplier system (I get an error saying that it hasn't been decoded correctly). I wanted to prove that the issue does not lie with the way that I have Base64 encoded it within Ensemble, and therefore as a test wanted to Encode the PDF stream, then decode the stream and write out to a new file.
Have a iris.dat file that was zipped in axis but , now I unzipped it and can see the file in my c drive but when I go to iris management console to perform a new db to pull in the current iris.dat file , in the wizard I do not see the iris.dat file listed.
Need some help with getting it restore the Cache backup in my iris community edition.