I want to connect to my local terminal via Eclipse in Windows. I am able to connect to the server but not my own machine. It opens from "cube icon" -> Terminal but I want to open and connect to it in Eclipse.
I am using the free Intersystems Cache installation (CachePCkit V2017.1) on Windows 10 for my own use & personal development. I am writing routines in Studio & running them in the Cache terminal TRM:3672 (TRYCACHE). From a routine, how do I control print position within the terminal screen. I have tried using $X and $Y but this does not work and I cannot find what I need within the Cache terminal documentation.
Hope this question is not too simplistic for Members. Any suggestion would be appreciated.
How can I connect using the Terminal to a remote server?
I changed the server indication on the Healthshare icon on the Windows toolbar.
The management portal works but not the Terminal. When I open the terminal it displays only some information about the server ("SSH-2.0-OpenSSH_7.2p2 Ubuntu-4ubuntu2.2"), but it doesn't give the possibility to log in.
I am using a %GlobalStream to create as % stream.Object and writing that to a file but for some reason when I run that on the terminal I get <PARAMETER>zWrite^%Library.GlobalCharacterStream.1 and no file is created
I have tried the following here is my code and still get the same result any help appreciated
Is it possible to make the cache terminal available over a mirrored vip address for a healthshare mirrored environment? So that connecting to a terminal for a mirrored environment will always connect to the Live Node?
I'm looking to write a Powershell script to run against the system and need to connect to the Live Node in a mirrored setup. Is this possible or am I going to have to log onto each node to establish which is Live. Or does this even matter?
Hi I am trying to tie all terminal logins in Cache so that rather than the user being presented with the Cache login and password the user is presented with my custom login page.
I can do this via a generic user so that once the generic user logs in they are presented with my Cache login page however is there a way to do this so that I can bypass the below login page and go straight to my login?
I am trying to capture the write of a method to test the response in an unit test. I know everything works because one of my colleagues ran the code and did not froze on his machine.
I don't what is the cause of the freeze. I know that at line Use $io::("^"_$ZNAME) it stopes because i have put some write functions after every line in WriteCapture method and i only saw the first write function in terminal
I also used debug and in this case it didn't froze
Is there any methods/ways through which will get to know whether any of the Unit Test cases is/are failing in the Terminal with status as either 0 or False in case of Failure & 1 or Ture in case of Test Passes (we are getting an url of the csp page with the report which has the passed failed status) as we need to send this failure status to Jenkins for the Build to Fail (where in we have acheived this part in making the build failure/success based on harcoded boolean)
I need to execute a single csession command which calls a multi-parameter routine, such as ^SECURITY. This will be to do things such as create databases, resources, etc. (see below). When I run the command all at once, I get a PARAMETER error.
I want to online backup one Caché database by windows bat, I find some article from the online documentation about terminal script and the ^DBACK tool and External Entry Points for ^DBACK, so I can invoke the External Entry Points for ^DBACK from terminal script like this: send: Do BACKUP^DBACK<CR>
Is there other better way for backup database from bat/script?