InterSystems IRIS is a Complete Data Platform InterSystems IRIS gives you everything you need to capture, share, understand, and act upon your organization’s most valuable asset – your data. As a complete platform, InterSystems IRIS eliminates the need to integrate multiple development technologies. Applications require less code, fewer system resources, and less maintenance.
I have an application with maps that render and edit geographic data in a some layers using KML - geo data represented into XML file with layers, polygnons, points and metadata associated with it. Some maps are in GeoJSON too.
How InterSystems solutions handle C10k connections? ( https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/C10k_problem ) For example, I want to create a social network on InterSystems platform. In the scenario client (browser) => CSP Gateway => Cache can the Cache handle a large number of clients at the same time? Quick analysis shows that CSP Gateway for each request opens a new TCP connection to Cache SuperServer (port 1972) allocating CSP session and license slot.
Those of you who run and support older-style legacy systems on IRIS may be interested in learning about and trying out a new framework I've built on top of my colleague Chris Munt's mg_web technology (details at https://github.com/chrisemunt/mg_web).
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.
Let's discuss how InterSystems security for applications works. In general, the concept is clear: we have Resources (what to protect), Roles which combine a set of privileges and accesses to Resources and Users which can have this or that Role.
But there is also a concept of Application which also could have a Role.
So you either provide a Role for a User or for an Application.
What do you use in production? What is your strategy and why? Pros, cons?
Is it possible generate HTML documentation to my project ObjectScript classes (.cls)?
In Java we use Javadoc to do it. Javadoc get class comments and java metadata information and when I execute javadoc -d doc src\*, I get whole html documentation to my classes. Has IRIS something like javadoc? Is it documatic? If yes, how can I use it?
I'm trying to access the categories configuration for the WorkMgr via COS, so I can be able to create new categories for our processes and this way try to overlock the limit of cores*2 workers. I've seen that last version of IRIS is supposed to have a menu on the portal (System Administration > Configuration > System Configuration > WQM Categories), but since we are in 2020.1 this doesn't exist.
Does anyone have experience with WQM.API to manage the categories, or the usage of ^%SYS("WQM") to set it directly?
This is a coding example working on IRIS 2020.1 and on Caché 2018.1.3
It will not be kept in sync with new versions
It is also NOT serviced by InterSystems Support !
Every now and then you may encounter a situation where for various reasons ODBC is the only option to access a remote system. Which is sufficient as long as you need to examine or change tables. But you can't directly execute some commands or change some Global.
Earlier this year, the AppS.REST package was released. AppS.REST is a framework for easily exposing existing persistent classes in IRIS as REST resources. AppS.REST-enabled classes support CRUD operations with little effort from the developer, bridging the gap between persistent data in IRIS and data consumers, such as an Angular front end application.
But IRIS classes are much more than just a definition for loading and saving individual records! This article aims to highlight a few ways to leverage the power of IRIS in your REST applications. Using the Phone.Contact sample app, we'll look at out-of-the-box query support, use of class queries and finally ObjectScript methods.
According IDC, 80% of all data produced are NoSQL. See:
There are digital documents, scanned documents, online and offline texts, blob content into SQL, images, videos and audio. Imagine a Corporate Analytics initiative without all these data to analyze and support decisions?
In all the world, many projects are using techonologies to transform these NoSQL data into textual content, to allows analyze it. See:
We are glad to announce that DBeaver has supported InterSystems IRIS out-of-the-box since version 7.2.4. You don't need to configure it manually anymore, just find the IRIS icon in the Connections list.