The intersystems documentation gives the same description for both <MAXSTRING> and <NETWORK DATA UPDATE FAILED - MAXSTRING>. I suspect that the description for <MAXSTRING> is correct and the description for <NETWORK DATA UPDATE FAILED - MAXSTRING> was an accident. I would like to know what situation triggers the <NETWORK DATA UPDATE FAILED - MAXSTRING> error.
We are developing a Transformation and we are wondering: how could we debug and show a XML message which is being an output from a transformation, without storing it into request/response/callrequest/callresponse? We mean, how could we show a context variable in the production?
For example, let's have a transformation which stores an appointment in a variable called: context.especializadasConFormatoPrimarias
How could we show in the Production?
Currently it is being stored as the Transformation's output:
I just tried to log into our QA server and connect to Terminal (v 2013.1).
I can type in my username but when I attempt to type my password, no characters are typed. When I press ENTER the password is invalid.
I can connect to the management portal and the studio development environment without any problems. Also, I do not have this problem when connecting to the terminal in our production environment (2010).
Does anyone know what can cause this type of problem?
So after finally getting cache to install (by enabling root user and disabling the gatekeeper) it tells me that it has started with one alert... that is "Private web server has not started after 5 seconds." - urgh!
Obviously i need access to the management portal to continue setup, I've done lots of googling but i cant find anything on this, does anyone have any ideas?
When performing an update transaction on patient data in GUI Apex 5.8 cache2017, we randomly get a ‘Database Connection Lost’ error. Subsequently the application quits and the incomplete transaction is rolled back.
We have confined its not a network issue as we can still query the database using CHUI Apex when these events occur.
Just like the title says, I'm attempting to find a way to create a web application that instead of serving CSP files, it uses a dispatch class. I searched for clues in the documentation, but the CSPApplication tag seems to be exclusively for CSP file-based applications.
I'm trying to avoid implementing a workaround such as using the Invoke tag to call the Security.Applications to generate the web application but I might be forced to do so, even though it's unpleasant if I had to say...
So, is there an official way to execute this task?
I have a class I'm working on that is extending a base class that contains the %GetComponentByID method and a section of the new code I'm writing uses %GetComponentByID but when I attempt to compile the class I'm getting an error that says the method doesn't exist.
Am I missing something to be able to include the GetComponent method in an extended class?
The Caché epoch is January 1, 1840 and the Unix epoch (or Unix time or POSIX time or Unix timestamp) is the number of seconds that have elapsed since January 1, 1970 . How do you convert the current date and time to Unix epoch time?