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I am trying to pull the code tables Information and this code table has linked code table not exactly obviously joined by SQL tables or columns. This is confusing me. Please can you clarify how to link these two tables.
I will be generic to ensure, any privacy is protected
CT_Hospital has CT_Staff linked in.
When CT_Hospital has data, for that relevant hospital code, CT_Staff can be clicked and data entered.
When I see in the Components - > Items I do not see any SQL table or SQL column common between CT_Hospital and CT_Staff.
I have an ObjectScript class with a Log property of type %Stream.GlobalCharacter. I need to search the end of each of the logs - is there a way to extract the last 10 lines of the Log stream for each object via SQL? Or is my only option to write an ObjectScript routine to walk the table and inspect each Log property one by one?
I'm hoping to get some feedback on the OAuth process flow for Payer-to-Payer authorization. It doesn't seem that "Authorization Code Flow" is needed as there will not be a need for a login. I am leaning towards recommending "Client Credentials Flow", but wanted to get some community feedback before making a decision. I prefer to follow what the standard will be if possible. What would you recommend? Thank you in advance for your input.
This post provides useful links and an overview of best practice configuration for low latency storage IO by creating LVM Physical Extent (PE) stripes for database disks on InterSystems Data Platforms; InterSystems IRIS, Caché, and Ensemble.
I really love documentaries! Last weekend I was watching a Netflix documentary called This is Pop, because it was Analytics Contest time and I thought: Why not creating a pop song analytics with InterSystems Iris?
I regret getting a late start in the InterSystems Analytics contest. I had tried a couple of times before to use Analytics, but I had not gotten too far. I have been recording financial transactions in Excel workbook ever since I had to retire Microsoft Money. Since my iris-for-money was not fully functional, I created a worksheet per account I was tracking. I had developed a CSP page in iris-for-money to import transactions by reading a CSV file.
During the last weeks, I was working on various issues and problems related to SW development. I found that quite often problem analysis was mostly chasing issues just on the surface but not really attacking the deeper reasons of the problem and follow the consequences. It's like the doc that stops your leg bleeding but doesn't see that it is broken.
I'd like to share with you some storage features that also exist n Caché but are almost unknown and mostly not used. They are of course available in IRIS and gain importance with large and distributed storage architectures.
Previously I have already tried to play with Google Data Studio when I connected it to InterSystems FHIRaaS. It has quite a nice UI, with a few chart types available out of the box, it can be quite easily connected to some plain tables (stored as CSV or JSON, for instance), and gives the ability to build quite flexible analytics over it. So, I have decided to implement a new connector to InterSystems Analytics (DeepSee), with the ability to select a cube and do some queries on it.