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After attending the Intersystems DACH conference in Germany at the end of last November and taking part in a few workshops about containers and microservices I took the plunge and installed Docker on home Windows PC, downloaded IRIS 2018.2 preview and got that up and running. Good stuff and I gave myself a pad on the shoulder at that point.

But then it dawned on me that I couldn't edit code using Studio as  Studio is Windows only and while I'm running on a Windows desktop the Docker image itself is Linux based.  As Studio insists on being on the same major version as the server it connects to I can't use the version of Studio that got installed as part of IRIS 2018.1 for Windows.

Am I overlooking something or is ISC forcing me to using Atelier, an IDE which  -  in my opinion and for my purposes - doesn't currently fulfil its promises and as ISC have recently declared it to be in maintenance only mode I wasn't planning to adopt.

Last answer 7 January 2019 Last comment 15 January 2019
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Upgrade of custom application

Dear community,

we are a company located in central Germany working with Intersystems Caché since 2003 (Jesus, that's actually a long time in IT).

As we struggle to keep pace with outside development we still operate on Caché 2013.1 surprise

We are, of course, aware that we need to upgrade Caché and therefor plan an upgrade to 2017.2.

Now my question to you bold ObjectScript warriors

Last answer 26 September 2018 Last comment 12 October 2018
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I am wondering about upgrading our Healthshare mirrored environment to the latest release. Has anyone upgraded recently to what version and what kind of effort was put into it. I am thinking it will take 2 analysts full time for 3 months. Am I out of the ball park on this estimate? We have bout 600 operations, Processes and services. What are some of the benefits we get from upgrading and what are some of the problems you ran into during the upgrade? Any information you have to share would be greatly appreciated.
Thanks

Last answer 1 February 2018 Last comment 4 January 2018
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I'm having trouble with a vb6 application attempting to connect to a Cache 2017 release. It uses the older Cacheobject.dll instead of ActiveX. The application currently works with a 2010 release of Cache. Is Cacheobject.dll supported in later releases?

I looked through documentation and posts and did not find an answer.

Thanks in advance for any response.

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