Hey Community,

We are glad to invite you to the upcoming kick-off webinar on the FHIR for Women's Health programming contest.

FemTech (software for women’s health) is an integral part of modern healthcare delivery that individualizes care and encourages patient empowerment. The women’s digital health market is projected to continue to grow as we prioritize and de-stigmatize women’s health issues.

In this webinar, we'll show you some of the general principles and problems of solving issues connected to women's health, as well as share some great ideas for your inspiration. As always, we’ll discuss and answer the questions on how to build solutions using InterSystems IRIS for Health.

Date & Time: Monday, November 14 – 11:00 AM EDT

Speakers:
🗣 @Aya Heshmat, Product Specialist
🗣 @Dean Andrews, Head of Developer Relations
🗣 @Evgeny Shvarov, InterSystems Developer Ecosystem Manager

>> Register here <<

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Robert Cemper · Nov 11, 2022
Reviews on Open Exchange - #19

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Laurel James (GJS) · Nov 4, 2022
Deltanji User Group Session

Thank you to everyone who joined our User Group Session yesterday!

It was great showing off the new Deltanji Production Component driver that facilitates source control of interoperability productions, and we had some really insightful discussions as well.

If you missed out on the session and would like a copy of the recording, feel free to drop me a message. 

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Hi developers!

If you missed our presentation at the InterSystems UK&I Summit and our demo during the Source Control roundtable, but you still want to find out more about source control for Interoperability Productions... there’s another chance to see it at our User Group Session next Thursday, November 3rd at 3pm (GMT)

The new driver enables highly granular management of Interoperability Productions with tight integration into the InterSystems IRIS management management portal. 

Sign up via eventbrite here >> https://bit.ly/3yqzfvS

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The new production component driver for Deltanji enables highly granular management of InterSystems Interoperability Productions with tight integration into the management portal. We presented it at the InterSystems UK&I summit this week and it received a great reception. 

It solves the current pain-point of Interoperability Productions being defined in a single monolithic class definition. Deltanji source control increases the granularity with which items can be managed. Instead of versioning a single class definition containing all the configuration items, this new component driver allows individual configuration items to be managed separately. Each configuration item has its own versioning and revision history and can be checked-out, checked-in, and deployed independently of any other items in the same Production.

Because each configuration item within a production class is managed by Deltanji as a first-class component in its own right, Deltanji provides all the source control, versioning, and workflow capabilities that it provides for any other component.

Watch the below clip to see it in action. 

 

We'll be talking about this new feature in more detail at our User Group Session on November 3rd at 3pm (GMT). Register your attendance on Eventbrite here - https://bit.ly/3yqzfvS

To find out more about Deltanji, visit our website georgejames.com or drop us an email info@georgejames.com 

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Hi developers,

We're excited to let you know about the latest release of Serenji, your on-the-spot debugger from George James Software. Version 3.2.0 focuses on the debug experience and introduces zero configuration for users. No matter where you are or what you're doing, Serenji is always ready to go in just one click, so you won't lose focus by spending time setting up a launch configuration.

This enhanced debugger also takes advantage of the latest features of VS Code itself. With this powerful combination you'll be able to smoothly identify and quickly fix errors in your code, contributing to the production of quality, maintainable code... and isn't that what everyone wants?!

In this latest release you will experience:

  • Debugging in just one click with zero configuration.
  • Navigation directly to the source of an error using our gj :: locate technology.
  • Intuitive prompting for entrypoint and arguments.
  • Configurable break on error.
  • Program output in debug console.
  • Run and Debug CodeLenses.
  • Run multiple concurrent debug sessions and consoles.
  • Shaded background for read-only documents.

If you're a new user, it's now easier for you to get started. The introduction of a welcome page Walkthrough and guidance on the Explorer and Run and Debug views means you can effortlessly create your initial workspace and start debugging.

Download Serenji directly from the VS Code marketplace and take a look at our release notes to find out more about these new features and how to use them.

We offer a free 30 day trial so if you're not yet a user of Serenji but you're interested in how it can help you, drop me a message through the Developer Community or email us at info@georgejames.com.

Happy debugging!

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We’ll be hosting our bi-annual virtual User Group Session on Thursday, November 3rd at 3pm (GMT). We will demonstrate the new Production component driver for Deltanji - it enables highly granular management of Interoperability Productions with tight integration into the management portal.

The session is also an opportunity for us to help to problem-solve any issues you're having, and a chance for you to offer your feedback on our tools.

Those interested in finding out more about Deltanji source control are welcome to join us too.

Sign up for free on Eventbrite >> https://bit.ly/3yBVYVO

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Introducing a new component driver for Deltanji source control, which enables highly granular management of InterSystems Interoperability Productions with tight integration into the management portal

InterSystems Interoperability Productions are defined in a single monolithic class definition. A production can contain many hundreds or thousands of configuration items. This presents a problem if multiple developers are working on different Business Processes within the same production simultaneously. Simultaneous development is almost inevitable for large productions containing many configuration items. 

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Hi Community,

Let's meet together at the online meetup with the winners of the InterSystems Interoperability Contest – a great opportunity to have a discussion with the InterSystems Experts team as well as our contestants.

Winners' demo included!

Date & Time: Thursday, September 22, 09:00 AM EDT

>> Register here <<

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David Underhill · Jul 12, 2019 2m read
Basic Database Metrics example

This is a self contained class that can be run from the Intersystems Task Scheduler which records peak usage details for databases and licenses built up throughout the day and retaining 30 days history.

To schedule the task to run every hour:

d ##class(Metrics.Task).Schedule()

You can also specify your own start time, stop time, and run interval:

d ##class(Metrics.Task).Schedule(startTime, stopTime, intervalMins)

Metrics are stored in ^Metrics in the namespace that the class resides in/is run from.

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Hey Community,

We greatly appreciate all your feedback on the InterSystems Interoperability Contest! Please take a short survey and answer a few questions to help us improve our contests.

👉 Quick survey: Interoperability Contest Survey 2022

11 Best Questions to Ask in a Restaurant Survey (and how to ask them)

Feel free to share your feedback in the comments of this post as well!

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Hi Community,

We are glad to invite you to the upcoming Interoperability Contest Kick-off Webinar: Building Sustainable Solutions! The topic of this webinar is dedicated to the Interoperability programming contest.

In this webinar, we'll show you some of the general principles and problems of solving sustainability challenges, as well as some great ideas that came up in hackathons for inspiration and do's and don'ts.

Also, we’ll discuss and answer the questions on how to build interoperability solutions using InterSystems IRIS and IRIS for Health.

Date & Time: Monday, August 29 – 09:00 AM EDT

Speakers:
🗣 Tomas Studenik, CEO of Insane Business Ideas and co-founder of Caelestinus
🗣 @Dean Andrews, Head of Developer Relations
🗣 @Evgeny Shvarov, InterSystems Developer Ecosystem Manager

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