tl;dr I have discovered that using $THIS in a very specific way will make persistent objects go stale.
I found that it only happens when using $get on an array that contains the OID reference of $THIS. I assume that this is an unwanted feature and have raised a WRC. The problem can be recreated following the steps below, I have also posted the workaround that I am currently testing and looks to be working fine.
Has anyone tried to write down a function in a routine that list all of possible function inside the routine?
I can only think of iterating through the routine line one by one and differentiate between function and function definition.
Is there any existing function that can be utilised? I think it should work similar to how
For a small automation feature I would like to login to the IRIS shell non-interactively, skipping the whole username and password prompts, providing the credentials through other means. Something in the fashion of "iris session <instance-name> --user myuser --pass mypass" would be great, but the session tool itself doesn't seem to be capable of doing this.
I know it is perhaps too vague question, but anyway:
Do you have experience from running a thick (preferably .NET) application in any of these modes - client installed locally, Terminal Server, Citrix ? Say, there are around 300-400 concurrent users using application.
I need to find a solution for a client that has ZEN based application. Certain parts of this application remained Terminal based for which a unsigned Java applet was used to embedded this within the application. The control is old and requires an old version of Java which IT folks are not happy about.
I am looking for a replacement that will allow a terminal, either telnet or directly use cTerm, window to be embedded within a web application, specifically ZEN, based on Cache. Any suggestions or success stories would be welcome.
In this recent post I highlighted the importance of a CSP session's Key property in enforcing the level of security your web application may be relying on, and in particular the need to keep the property value secret.
Is there any way to control what control sequence is sent to a device when a "write #" is executed?
I have an application that establishes a banner at the top of the terminal window and when we do a "write #" the banner disappears. I need to be able to recreate the banner line as part of the screen clear.
I was hoping to be able to print the Authentication Enabled properties of a system from the command line using the Get or GetProperties class method. Currently, however, I am only able to get a return 1 or Invalid Oref error.
It's possible to enable Ctrl+C / Ctrl+V in IRIS Terminal for Windows.
To do that, open Terminal and select Edit > User Settings and enable Windows edit accelerators. This settingspecifies whether the Terminal enables the common Windows edit shortcuts (Ctrl+C, Ctrl+V, Ctrl+Shift+V), in addition to the basic Terminal edit shortcuts (Ctrl+Insert and Shift+Insert).
After that Ctrl+C / Ctrl+V would work.
Also <SYNTAX> errors after incorrect copy/paste go away.
Could be enabled a service as "%service_telnet" from cmd? I need to open a cache terminal from cmd but without this service enabled it is not possible, I mean avoiding the use of manage portal of course.