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Hi, 

It turns out that on windows if you run a command with a windows command file you need to escape the % character as %%

In my case I could test freeze and thaw calls at the command line successfully as

..\bin\cache -s. -U%SYS ##Class(Backup.General).ExternalFreeze()

...but when my freeze script ran it would fail.

it turns out that a single '%' is striped when run in a windows command file, and it must be escaped as '%%' windows gets:

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Hello community!

 

I have a question about the %OnSave method of a class.  We have a class that  has two properties that are classes. 

Class A

Class B

Class C

Class A.PropertyB as Class B

ClassA.PropertyC as Class C

 

Classes B and C also need to point back to Class A - it's just the way it is.  We need to be able to use any one of these classes and get to the others (it's actually even more complicated than this, as Classes B and C also have a PropertyC and PropertyB as well, respectively) :

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InterSystems has corrected several critical defects that can result in data integrity issues. These defects were identified and corrected within a short time, so InterSystems has simplified the upgrade process by consolidating them into a single package. The effects of encountering these defects may not always be visible.

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I have a custom written date, setup as myDate in my application, which always behaved fine for years, and now it's acting a little weird. 

When I run SQL in Display mode the date shows as 1/10/1841 for some but not ALL rows.

When I run the same exact query in logical Mode the date shows normal format, in my case, for example 10/1/2019.  When the application is running is shows the incorrect date.  When I run the terminal session and open a ref point and ask to write a date is shows 10/1/2019, but I am expecting internal format here - 65287.   

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