I need to execute multiple DELETE statements in a single query like this

DELETE FROM TableName WHERE ID = 2;
DELETE FROM TableName WHERE ID = 3;
DELETE FROM TableName WHERE ID = 4;

However It does not work when there're more than 2 statements and gives me an error

Expected FROM found WHERE^DELETE FROM TableName WHERE

Using IN is not an option.

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Is there an ObjectScript analog of Find with Match Element Type option? I know there is an  ObjectScript analog of Find in Files, Studio.Project.FindInFiles and Studio.Project.FindInProject, but I failed to locate so far an analog of Edit/Find. I am specifically interested in Match Element Type option so I could search across selected files for globals. Somehow Studio.Project.FindInFiles does not offer this option natively.

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Does anyone know of a relatively quick and straightforward way of converting code written in the old dot scoping syntax with argumentless do (see here for reference: https://docs.intersystems.com/latest/csp/docbook/DocBook.UI.Page.cls?KEY=RCOS_cdo_legacy) to the modern parentheses scoping syntax? It's not too bad to do it by hand, but it's also easy to make a mistake and leave a "quit" in an if statement by accident for example.

E.g.

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I use the following code to start a start a job :

Class MyClass Extends (...)
{
    ClassMethod Foo()
    {
       job $CLASSMETHOD("MyClass","MyMethod") //take forever depending hardware
    }

    ClassMethod MyMethod()
    {
       //do database related stuff
    }
}

On local environment, calling Foo() is instantaneous (a few ms). On production/test servers (which have much better hardware than local) calling this function is slow and take between 200 ms to 800 ms. Obviously starting a new job with "job" command take lot of time on those environments.

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First of all thanks for your time and help reading this question:

We would need some help:

The use case is: to add a rule inside a EnsLib.HL7.MsgRouter.RoutingEngine, where we iterate in a EnsLib.HL7.Message to find a specified value inside all OBXs segments. It should return a Boolean

Is there any recommended way, or standard function inside Ensemble, that we could use, without having to develop a new function?

 

We have read:

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When refreshing a html or tablePane component using refreshContents() that takes a lot of server-side-processing, I'm running into timeouts every now and then. i.e., the result for the tablePane is that there's nothing displayed at all.

How can we configure (relax) that timeout so also those heavier ones get refreshed eventually? Just overriding %request.Timeout in %OnPreHTTP did not seem to do the trick.

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Question
Sivasubramani N... · Sep 1
AWS SSO Login

Hello,
        
        We are using AWS SSO authentication in our application to validate the users. For validating the users, we are passing the username and password from AWS SSO to our application. We need to validate the user in our application without using the password.

         We developed the login class using zenPage. We used <loginForm> tag in the login page which is used for the automatic validation.
         Is there any possible way to achieve this?
         

Thanks in advance.

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We just upgrade from cache 2016.2 to IRIS 2020.1.1.

After this upgrade we cannot access to the portal web management, and dont give errors about that just this:

09/28/21-15:59:16:654 (20192) 1 [Utility.Event] Private web server has not started after 5 seconds.

Is this normal? 

I followed the guide but dont talk nothing about that.

This is a normal problem when upgrading? 

 

Thanks!!

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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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Question
OMAR ATEEN · Sep 2, 2020
hijri date

Hello all

How can I convert cache date to hijri date format in object secript.

please help.

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[SQLCODE: <-400>:<Fatal error occurred>]
[Cache Error: <<MAXSTRING>zExecute+3^%sqlcq.LIM.cls1043369.1>]
[Location: <ServerLoop>]
[SQLCODE: <-400>:<Fatal error occurred>]
[Cache Error: <<MAXSTRING>zExecute+3^%sqlcq.LIM.cls1043369.1>]
[Location: <ServerLoop>]
   at InterSystems.Data.CacheClient.CacheADOConnection.GetServerError(Int32 rc)
   at InterSystems.Data.CacheClient.CacheADOConnection.processError(Int32 error, Int32 allowError)

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Hi community,

I have a SOAP Client class that connect to a WS Service. This structure and configuration is the same for some providers that are integrated with my solution.

If I call to a provider, it returns the XML expected. But there is a provider that raises an error:

ERROR #6243: HTTP request to SOAP WebService returned response with unexpected CONTENT-TYPE: application/wsdl+xml

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i noticed -by reading .INT files of one class- that some of embedded sql select statements code blocks translates into code that uses lock command.

 

even if i use %nolock in the select, still cursors and arrow referencing notations "->" have the same results.

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Hello everyone
I use cache script, I would like to know from you if there is any function or class in the cache where I can get the start and end date of a given month:
Example: What is the first and last day of the month of February 2015.

Grateful.
Davidson

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Dear Developers,

I have a complex ZEN PDF report that has multiple tables that essentially are the same but are populated by different global definitions. The code has hardcoded groups for these tables but I would like the number of tables to be variable as many as there are global levels for a particular report.

Is there any way that I could build a report from a variable source of data rather that hardcoding 10 or more exact sections like the code below ? 

The code below is for table 2 in my report

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Interesting issue we found. When making an ODBC connection from a host via RDP, the IP address shown as making the connection is the client IP address, not the host from where the connection initiated. Has anyone seen that or know how to get around it? 

Example:

My Computer(10.X.X.112) -> RDP to Host1(10.X.X.93) -> ODBC connection to Server1(10.X.X.12). Cache Portal -> System -> License Usage -> Usage by User shows My Computer's IP address as making the connection rather than Host1. 

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I'm trying to save a list of AccessTokens a user for a specific user. This way I could present it together with other user-data.

I have tried calling ##class(OAuth2.Server.AccessToken).OpenByCode(authCode) from %OAuth2.Server.Authenticate's AfterAuthenticate() method. This only returns things like State and AuthorizationCode, but the AccessToken is empty at this point (afterwards it becomes filled out).

Is there a way to achieve storing the AccessToken as part of the login system?

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Question
Aaron Smith · Aug 12, 2020
dotnet core

Is there an InterSystems supported dotnet core library or community contributed repo on the horizon?  At this time we are exploring installing the ODBC driver in our containers but would rather use more robust solution.

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There is  a finite list of date formats that users want to use to enter a date in a form. These formats include single digits for month and day and double digits for year.  The field is represented by a dateText control.

How would one get to allow a dateText control to accept multiple date formats ? I see only 3 listed here, do those include using single digits for month and day ?

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