How do I create a make a http request using curl, I've found samples on how to do it from a command prompt but how to create and make a http post request and get a response with ensemble object and functions?
I currently have a service that uses an InboundAdapter to get a JSON file and process it given that the client is pushing data to us, but now we have another client where we need to request the JSON file by sending a HTTP request then get the file and process it, kind of a Get rather than push, how can I create a service that handle that?
we have a class with over 24 million records and despite indexes querying is still slow, so we are looking to create a copy or clone of our current class have an scheduled task that runs every night or month, copy old records this new clone (eg. from last month) and remove old them from our current class.
It is with great pleasure that the CIUSSS de l'Estrie - CHUS is sharing the mocking framework it developed and presented at the InterSystems Summit 2017. I will update this post with more detailed instructions in the next few weeks but I wanted to share the code and presentation quickly :
We have a requirement for one webpage that should be access in our VPN with out authentication. If it asks user name password that also fine.
This page should be a dashboard for the ensemble health monitoring. Support Team seating Area we have big SMART Monitor which always shows this webpage. Support engineers keep on eye on this monitor, if it shows action required then . they will act upon immediately. Expecting some widgets like
I have an a Ens.Request subclass (Invoice) that has a relationship property to another persistent class (InvoiceItems), with properties of its own and the inverse relationship defined referring back to Invoice.
When building a DTL with these classes, the Relationship’s inverse relationship (Invoice, within InvoiceDetails) is displayed.
I'm trying to take an unformatted social security number and insert the dashes into it. I'm getting a value in PID-19 like this: "123456789" and would like to use a data transformation to set the value in PID-19 to "123-45-6789".
We have created a utility to allow users to create a System task for a list of items the same way it’s done via SMP (attached below), the problem is that there may items and those systems tasks will grow a maybe exceed a couple of thousands so :