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'm after feedback and comments on the sort of tools and approaches the wider InterSystems community uses for QA Testing applications written in Cache/Ensemble or IRIS. I am aware of the %UnitTest package, and understand how that works... but:
- Do you use an alternative or framework built around this native Unit Testing tool ?
- What is your experience with %UnitTest if you use it ?
- Is there a tool you would recommend for your UI (I know this is not specifically an InterSystems' related question)
I was hoping for some input on the best way to deploy code to site with the following criteria:
- No source code, only compiled code to be deployed. - Classes and Routines are part of the application. - Data and code reside in the same database. - Deployments might be partial updates (i.e. cannot just send a complete CACHE.DAT).
At present the idea is just to export the .obj, any suggestions?
Anton Umnikov Sr. Cloud Solutions Architect at InterSystems AWS CSAA, GCP CACE
AWS Glue is a fully managed ETL (extract, transform, and load) service that makes it simple and cost-effective to categorize your data, clean it, enrich it, and move it reliably between various data stores.
With the recent release of macOS 10.15, Apple has tightened its control mechanism, called Gatekeeper, so that it now requires executables to be notarized. InterSystems products are not currently supported for use on macOS 10.15 and the executables have not been notarized. (As a reminder, InterSystems products are supported on macOS as a development platform only.)
As a normal IRIS user how can I view who's made changes to a process? There are over 10 people on my current team and it would be amazing to be able to click on a process or rule and see who created it or who made the most recent changes. I'm not seeing anything in the documentation. Journaling doesn't seem to capture that information either.
I am new to fhir framework, I have searched articles to write graphql API using FHIR i did not get any proper tutorial for this. I need to find better tutorial or articles for this. I have written API using graphql, typescript with mongodb. Can some one tell why we need resourcetype, identifier in fhir.
I am currently evaluating Source Control systems that we can use for both MS SQL, MS Visual Studio, and InterSystems IRIS. For both MS SQL and MS Visual Studio we do have the option of either Azure or GitHub. I understand when we upgrade to IRIS 2019.1 we have options for Source Control, and in previous Global Summit's I have heard GitHub discussed. So why can't I user GitHub for both MS SQL/MS Visual Studio and IRIS?
A couple of questions come to mind starting to think about Source Control
I'm trying to create a new Record Map but I keep getting a ZEN Exception error. I actually go this to work the very first time I did it and have a record map. But I need to do more.
I'm working on my local machine so I can grab a CSV (or txt in this case as it's pipe delimited) from the local directory. I pick the file I want to use but when I click OK i get a popup and the following error: