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Hi Guys,

I am trying to pull data from CacheDB and push into elasticsearch using logstash. In the configuration file i am giving the following. But it is throwing error No Suitable Driver Found for jdbc:Cache://ipaddress:port/namespace. Could anyone please help to resolve this ? I tried both JDK17 and JDK18 but no luck.

My Config file is as follows

 

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Is it possible to access (read, write) to an external Oracle database via Cache SQL Gateway using JDBC in Cache Object Script?  I am currently using ODBC successfully but wanted to see if JDBC was an option too.  If it is possible, does anyone have a basic Object Script example(s) that I can review?

Last reply 17 May 2020
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HI I am using below code to retrieve the last inserted ID of the table. It works when we do not set any custom column as IDKey. If we define any column as 

IDKey below code does not return any IDKey. I know when i am defining any column as IDKey its not auto generated , but whats the best way to get the ID column value

Last reply 19 February 2020
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Hi All,

I trying to get the DisplayList data of the ValueLIst from Java using Springboot. when I try to get the DislayList data via java code but I'm getting the VALUELIST data. I don't get any idea to get that DisplayList data. Below is the example

Last reply 21 December 2019
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I am under the impression that inside HealthShare you can Services, Processes, and Operations. The service takes incoming data, the processes can process that data, and then the operations can send that data out.

 

I am curious if anyone has any experience, guides, or advice on how I can send data to a service using a Java application. I intend for the data to be in XML format. I am also curious if I succeed at picking up the data in the service, how I send the data back to the Java application using an Operation.

 

Last reply 13 December 2019
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Hi, I asked last week and they gave me some little tips. But the truth is I still can't carry out this "Project".
 

I must perform a REST service, using Oracle 11 database. Eh tried anyway to achieve this.

The purpose is to make a REST service, using the database provided to me and use the procedure that is already created.

 

According to what I read, I made the connection via JDBC and I had no major problem

Last reply 19 November 2019
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Good morning!

I am developing a Java project (Spring Boot + Maven + Hibernate) but I've a big issue when I try to define the Hibernate Dialect org.hibernate.dialect.InterSystemsIRISDialect... that dialect is neither in the Hibernate library nor in the IRISDriver class com.intersystems.jdbc

How should I define the IRISDialect in my project?

 

Thank you in advance!

Last reply 20 August 2019
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Hi! I am working in a java project (Spring Boot+ Maven + Hibernate) using jpa/hibernate to manage the persistance with the IRIS database from the Docker image (store/intersystems/iris:2019.2.0.107.0-community) and I've found an issue using the IRIS instance, when I define tables with relationships OneToMany, ManyToOne or ManyToMany and I try to fetch all the rows of the tables using the default method findAll (JpaRepository implements that method to get all the rows by default) the query automatically exceeds the limit of licenses availables.

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Hi!

I was trying to create a query that can be exposed as a stored procedure (function actually) that would return a resultset with a random number of columns. 

Unfortunately, it seems that unless I specify the ROWSPEC annotation on the Query method, I won't get any columns exposed. I was hoping to implement QueryNameGetInfo method and specify the names and number of columns I would be returning dynamically. But it seems that GetInfo information is simply ignored.

Here is my code:

Last reply 10 May 2019
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We are trying to script a High Availability Shutdown/Start script in case we need to fail over to one of our other servers we can be back up within mins. Is there a way to configure the startup procedure to Automatically Stop/Start the JDBC server when shutting down or starting up cache? is there an auto setting we can change?

Thanks

Scott Roth

The Ohio State University Wexner Medical Center

Last reply 18 November 2018
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We have a new requirement being push down by our Data Security to no longer use Local SQL Accounts to access our Databases. So they asked me to create a Service Account that is on the Domain for our connections to each database.

I tried just changing my JDBC connection to using this Service Account and Password but I am not having any luck trying to connect to the database.

" Connection failed.
Login failed for user 'osumc\CPD.Intr.Service'. ClientConnectionId:ade97239-c1c8-4ed1-8230-d274edb2e731 "

Last reply 16 August 2018
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I have several stored procedures that when I execute them they will only return a single snapshot. In my BP I have been setting this to a Snapshot variable then looping using a WHILE through the snapshot variable just to get that single value.

Since it is only a single row, is there an easier way where I don't have to do a WHILE loop to pull the values out of that row? Can I call First Row or something like that to get me just the row into the Snapshot variable?

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Without installing Kerberos has anyone Authenticated a SQL JDBC connection? Currently we are using local SQL Accounts to sign onto External SQL Databases, but we are being told that we need to switch to Service accounts that live on a Active Directory Domain. 

I wrote with a little help a ZAUTHENICATE to do the Authentication for Ensemble, can I use something like that to connect to an External SQL Database using a Service Account on a Active Directory Domain?

Thanks

Scott

Last reply 7 June 2018
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Hello Global masters!

I developed Web with Spring framework (JAVA, Jdbc Cache) and I wrote SQL when I made it.

And Window program with VB6, Cache Object and VisM.

Is there a significant performance gap? SQL and Cache Object?

same function, same computer performance just different Java and VB6.

Thank you.

Minsu.

Last reply 11 May 2018
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LS,

I'm executing a query using JDBC on a PostgreSQL db:

SET statement_timeout TO 600000000; COMMIT SELECT * FROM bi_hour

The query is aborted with the following message:

FOUT #5023: Fout in Java Gateway: JDBC Gateway getClob(0,2) errorBad value for type long : active

The column 'blocked_status' contains the value 'active' is of type 'text'. I figure somewhere the SQL Gateway tries to convert the text value into a long but I can't find where, any suggestions?

Last reply 27 April 2018
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