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Gotcha when roundtripping classes in UDL format using %Compiler.UDL.TextServices

The class %Compiler.UDL.TextServices arrived in 2015.1, bringing us methods for exporting a class in UDL format (i.e. looking just like we're used to seeing it in Studio), and importing a UDL format definition back into a namespace. Some source control tools including our Deltanji are now able to use UDL format, resulting in diffs that are easier to understand.

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Announcement about the Caché 2016.2 and 2016.3 Field Test Programs

This announcement is to inform clients about changes in our 2016.2 and 2016.3 field test programs.  

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Licensing: Ubuntu and SUSE with 2017.1 and later

Starting with 2017.1, InterSystems is adding Ubuntu (64-bit) as a third linux server platform.

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Accessing selfmade sys namespace csp class through normal namespace

Hi All,

I have SourceControl utility class as in sys namespace

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When upgrading a Health Connect, do I have to recompile?

Hi -

When upgrading a Health Connect deployment from 2014 to 2016 do I HAVE to recompile? or is the "just upgrading" enough?

 

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macOS with 2017.1 and later

Starting with 2017.1, InterSystems has moved macOS from being a server platform to a development platform. 2017.1 will only support macOS 10.12 and will no longer be available as dmg kits.

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Shadowing between Caché 5.0.21 and 2016.2.0?

We are finally planning to migrate some ancient Caché applications that are run on Caché 5.0.21 to a new server with Caché 2016.2.0 or so.

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Support for Java Hibernate 5

Working on implementation FHIR to my project, I found interesting project HAPI-FHIR, which could help me to quickly launch my FHIR api server with InterSystems

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JSON changes in Caché 2016.2

As Bill has mentioned earlier in his post, we have carefully reviewed the JSON capabilities and made some adjustments to ensure they deliver the best benefit to you. In this post, I am going to describe the modifications in more detail and provide guidance for you to understand the implication for your code base.

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Automatic removal of system methods from codebase

As we've all heard 2016.2 draws near and brings the removal of system methods with it.

There are two ways to make the code compatible with 2016.2:

  • Replace system methods with new methods
  • Replace system methods with macros

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