Do any of you Java Ensemble enthusiasts have a simple example of an Ensemble Production and .Jar they would be willing to share with me.
I am working on a project that will interact with some software called ROS (Robot Operating System). One of the development challenges we have is as follows:
I have a stored procedure which would generate a standard Cache String and it would be called through JDBC and I would
dump the result in java console/standard output.
I'm using Caché JDBC driver to store, retrieve and some other operations. I have another question, "Is there any possible to execute the cache commands using JAVA".
In an Ensemble 2016.2 production, I put a JavaGateway service. How do you get the console output?
I set the JVM service as Foreground but I don't see any output from Java.
Short question: Why are (almost) all Java-Classes marked as deprecated? I never had any problems. And the docu for java-bindings are still (version 2016.2.1) not marked as deprecated.
Recently we have exercised this with a partner. It may be helpful for others as well.
The basic functionality is to connect to SAP through SAPJCo (Supporting SAPJCo 3.07+).
Internally we use splunk for monitoring applications and network.
Does Ensemble have a way of exposing internal metrics and/or a way of exposing custom built metrics?
As we all know, Caché is a great database that accomplishes lots of tasks within itself. However, what do you do when you need to access an external database? One way is to use the Caché SQL Gateway via JDBC.
A new Health Connect customer has a few experienced Java folks on their interface team.
Working on implementation FHIR to my project, I found interesting project HAPI-FHIR, which could help me to quickly launch my FHIR api server with InterSystems
I'm a beginner in HealthShare, and I start to develop with caché some dataflow.
Some of my business process exist in java code.
I fire a call of COS method through Java gateway and get the return value whose type is %Status in COS.
I'm trying to authenticate a user(Health Share clinician) from a Java Application.
I 'm already connected to Caché and able to run SQL commands.
This is the first follow up after the post about headstarting SAPJCo3 with Ensemble and HealthShare (