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.
I'm trying to develop a program calling Cache REST service twice with Cors. The first is fetching some information of a patient with GET request, the second is using obtained information to call another REST service(implemented in the same class though) with POST to perform other tasks.
I am looking for experience of people running Veeam with Caché databases.
Tips/Tricks/General questions like; what Veeam features are you using, what your backup cycle looks like, where does your data end up, what recovery/integrity checks you do, what sort of compression/dedupe you get.
Also what questions _you_ have and what problems you might be trying to solve.
I have this code here;I am trying to read a csv file but when I run this code I get <LIST>%open+3^%stream.Object.1 would anyone have a look and tell me where I am going wrong .Record mapper is fine but I need a custom csv Importer
I am able to enable OS level authentication for an instance from the UI (System Administration => Security => System Security => Authentication/CSP Session Options) but is there a way this can be done from command line as well?
Hello; we have users on the system with cache logins. They have access to a specific namespace, and no access to %SYS of course. I'd like to give each user the ability to change his own password from within our application, using Security.User.PasswordExternal. This only exists in the %SYS namespace, and the average user can't get to it.
Should I give the users access to this column in this table (column Password, table Security.Users)? What about access to the namespace? Is this possible? Has anyone done this before?