Usually I recommend to set the global buffer (GB) as large as possible in order to maintain in memory more globals as possible.
Is there an option to get an archived file of globals in one command. Say for:
get something like:
I have multiple namespaces in a Cache environment say NS1 & NS2.
In the prior part of this series we have provided introduction to Google MapReduce approach, but still not covered their possible ObjectScript implementation. Which we will start to explain today.
Currently, we have an application running in one namespace ("Database B") that has globals and routines mapped to another database ("Database A").
If I were trying to access an index of a global variable, what time complexity would this operation have?
This is the second part of my long post about package managers in operating systems and language
Can someone direct me to where in the documentation we can find how consumption may be calculated for global storage?
In this article we will discuss about Orphaned Messages.
I want to generate a list object of routines from the ^$ROUTINE global without directly reading the [^$ROUTINE] global.
Currently, namespace Alpha is configured to use database AlphaDB as its global database.
I have to create a new code table with data from a spreadsheet. This spreadsheet has 170 rows of data.
Is there any easy way of importing the data from Excel into my new Code Table?
Hello. When you export and then import a table of data, is the import smart enough to figure out if a row already exists in the new namespace, and if so update the row rather than just save/add the row?