It's been 6 months since InterSystems released Atelier 1.0 and we continue to roll out enhancements and new features through the beta channel (please see the Atelier Download page for details). In the meantime, we have received a lot of messages from the Developer Community with ideas for further improvements. Based on your feedback, we created a roadmap for Atelier 1.1 so you can conveniently track when specific features are going to be integrated.
It's almost a year since I have published a series of articles explaining how to configure Cache instance as a client / resource server / authorization server. By that time, the implementation of OAuth 2.0 was still a pre-release software.
With all these new technologies, the most important is to integrate them in the most efficient way and to create a very productive development experience. This article willl get you started step-by-step with Node.js technology.
InterSystems WRC has investigated several issues of process failure that can be attributed to a recent change in Red Hat Linux.
A new feature implemented in RHEL V7.2 (systemd-219-19.el7.x86_64) can cause O.S. IPC (Inter-process communication) semaphores to be deallocated when a non-system RHEL user logs out (system users, i.e. with a UID number < 1000, are excluded)
I'm pleased to see this in the documentation of the just-published 2017.1 Field Test of Ensemble:
"In certain circumstances, it is useful to create namespaces that are not enabled for Ensemble. In this release you can do this by clearing the Make this an Ensemble namespace checkbox when creating a new namespace. "
Caché 2015.2 announced support for TLS v1.1 and v1.2. In this version, the SSL/TLS configuration page provides checkboxes for TLS v1.1 and v1.2, which allows the versions to be configured individually. This allows sites to, for example, require TLS v1.2 only.
Additionally, some earlier versions of Caché provide undocumented support for TLS v1.1 and v1.2, specifically Caché 2014.1.3 and above and 2015.1, on Windows, Linux and Unix.
I am pleased to announce the field test of Caché and Ensemble 2016.3 - with many new improvements.
The product team at InterSystems looks forward to your participation in the field test and feedback over the coming months.
Some of the more signification changes in 2016.3 are new RESTful APIs for iKnow and broader APIs for programmatic control of multiple servers (enterprise manager). As always, there are a host of scalability and performance improvements, including improvements to the core database and SQL. And hundreds of smaller improvements and corrections.
Task [DCE-96] - Show views counter for the post [DCE-97] - Clean up My Collaborations and My Content [DCE-108] - Remove Find Menu [DCE-109] - Search page - fix Categories dropdown, remove internal naming [DCE-110] - Add warning to comments, answers and posts when page is dirty and you move off-page [DCE-111] - Developer Synchronization: Copy global-summit-2016 view
Bug [DCE-93] - Post author and date messaging is wrong on Post Detail Page [DCE-112] - Improve Tag Selection - Handle Special Characters
InterSystems is pleased to announce that Caché and Ensemble 2015.1.4 are now available as maintenance releases. For a complete list of the corrections in 2015.1.4, please review the release notes.
Caché and Ensemble 2015.1.4 are available today for the same platforms as 2015.1.3. The complete set of supported platforms, including specific point releases and/or patches, is detailed in the Supported Platforms document.
At the end of this year support for OpenSSL 1.0.1 will end. InterSystems has started the process to move to OpenSSL 1.0.2 and use the 1/28/2016 release (1.0.2f) for verification and product inclusion. I will update this post once InterSystems decided which versions will receive support for OpenSSL 1.0.2.