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We have been using DeepSee which has been the integrated Analytic Dashboard built over Cache Cubes. It works fine but it's visual capabilities are limited and most probably is getting phased out.
If I am not wrong, Tableau is the suggested alternative to DeepSee . It is expensive and a big and considerable shift from existing technology
I wanted to get an opinion of the community as to these few key points
- What other BI tools others have been using with IRIS and what have been their experience
- For which tools are the best inbuilt support / api's avaialble in IRIS
In simple terms, Web scraping, web harvesting, or web data extraction is an automated process of collecting large data(unstructured) from websites. The user can extract all the data on particular sites or the specific data as per the requirement. The data collected can be stored in a structured format for further analysis.
LB_Transfer has a list if TestSet row IDs, so i am doing the following join
JOIN SQLUser.LB_Transfer ON ($LISTBUILD(LBTS_RowID) %INLIST LBTR_TestSetList)
WHERE LBTS_CollectedDate BETWEEN '2019-01-01' AND '2019-05-10'
Without the date filter the query returns data, but if i add the date filter no data is returned
I also tried using %INTERNAL, %EXTERNAL TO_DATE('2009-01-01','YYYY-MM-DD')
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We are in the age of the multiplatform economy and APIs are the "glue" in this digital scenario. Since they are so important, they are seen by developers as a service or product to be consumed. Therefore, usage experience is a crucial factor for its success.
Previously, I shared with you all a handy operational analytics dashboard you can build to visualize key message processing metrics, such as number of inbound/outbound messages, average processing times, etc.
I have a code tag that performs some logic in a DTL, and want to add to it the ability to find the number of substrings delimited by a dollar sign ($) within a particular string. I have tried the following which compiles just fine, but generates an error when testing in the Data Transformation Builder.
I need to add some extensions to the HS.FHIR.vSTU3,Model.Resource.Patient class and then use those extensions to convert incoming FHIR JSON to the FHIR Patient Resource and Likewise add functionality to create A FHIR Patient (target class) from my patient database into the FHIR Patient Resource Object (target class)
many months ago I found a tutorial that explained all of this but can no longer find that tutorial.
We are working with a vendor who only accepts JSON as payload. We are currently still on Cache/HealthShare, not IRIS. Since we have to send Continuity of Care Documents, this raises issues with Long Strings (some CCDs can be quite large and in addition to that, they have to be b64-encoded which increases their size even more).
My question is: if we were to go on IRIS and use %JSON.Adapter, storing the encoded Stream in an object's Stream property, would calling %JSONExport() on this object produce the desired JSON? Or would we have to call %JSONExportToStream()?
In the last year, InterSystems added and expanded Native APIs for Java, .NET, Python, and Node.js. The Native API provides high speed access to globals, the ability to instantiate and use ObjectScript objects, and fine-grained control over transactions.