I read a great article by @Timothy Leavitthere, where he wrote about unit testing and test coverage with ZPM. I am facing a slight problem and was wondering if someone has some insight into the matter.
We are upgrading from Health Connect 2018.1.3 to IRIS Health Connect 2022.1, and one thing that we are particularly hesitant about is if our Business Rules will work in the new version.
I am trying to come up with a testing process for bulk testing our rules, and wanted to know if this could be done programmatically instead of having to modify all the Business Operations to have them write the HL7 data to a file. I caught Orlando Health's presentation at GS2022 but I am not sure that will work for my team.
I am currently wokring on integrating unit tests into a project. I am also attempting to test productions with the TestProductions class. This works great, but I noticed that no code coverage information is being gathered when I run the production tests?
Am I doing something wrong (forgot to add something in the coverage.list for instance) or is TestProduction not intended for code coverage?
We are looking for a 3rd party application that can scan our IRIS based Cache Object Script code for vulnerabilities or coding weaknesses. There are many, many applications/vendors out there that do code scanning but none seem to support Cache Object Script or scanning the IRIS environment. If anyone is aware of a company/product that can scan our code / IRIS environment, I would love to hear about it.
This is yet another short post that is intended to simplify developers' life. Now we'll talk about how to make GitHub run unit tests with every push to the repository by adding just one file to the repo. For free. On Github Cloud. Sounds great, isn't it?
It is possible and very easy to do. Credit goes to @Dmitry Maslennikov (and his repo), ZPM Package Manager, and GitHub Actions. Let's see how this all works!
It is with great pleasure that the CIUSSS de l'Estrie - CHUS is sharing the mocking framework it developed and presented at the InterSystems Summit 2017. I will update this post with more detailed instructions in the next few weeks but I wanted to share the code and presentation quickly :
Finding errors in your code or examining unexpected behavior is the main purpose of Debugging I will try to refresh the traditional tools away from the helpers you have in Studio, VScode, Serenji, .... to the basics which have been there before your preferred EDI used it in the background.
However, few people know what technology the agency chose for storing and processing the data collected by Gaia. Two years before the launch, in 2011, the developers were considering a number of candidates (see “Astrostatistics and Data Mining” by Luis Manuel Sarro, Laurent Eyer, William O’Mullane, Joris De Ridder, pp. 111-112):
The Command extension enables the execution of Multi-Line Commands from Terminal prompt.
Terminal Multi-Line Input with Edit, Insert, Delete, Print extension for IRIS and Caché IRIS and Caché have just single command lines in terminal available This Multi-Line Commands Editor also will execute the Multi-line Commands. In addition, it is independent of access to %SYS and can be installed in any namespace
Special thanks to @Jeffrey Drumm who inspired me to this and supported me as beta-tester.
In the context of IKO (Iris Kubernetes Operator) the question of Service not redirecting dynamically to the correct Pod is still pending. In production this can be dangerous since an overload (or any other simpler problem) can cause you to change the main Pod and leave the application inoperable until we intervene.
Intersystems support warned that this is still an issue of IKO, but there are some possibilities that I am studying.
To explore an idea I had, I would like the help of this Forum to answer the following question:
I need to do some nifty string manipulation on a source property. I will not be able to do it with the functions available(with the knowledge that I have of what is available). Could I call a ClassMethod to do this for me? This is what I want to do: The source property is "firstname.lastname@example.org". I need to add the text "test" to the beginning of that string. "email@example.com".
The Mockable.io (https://www.mockable.io/) is an online service to deploy REST API or SOAP services in seconds. This is useful to test the consumption of an API or SOAP service in your production or objectscript class without having to implement a real service, including https option.
We're looking to grow our team by adding an experienced healthcare interoperability resource to focus on Participant onboarding and troubleshooting, and testing and evaluation of in-house and third-party software solutions to ensure compliance with organizational standards and requirements.
Details of position are available on our Careers page.
IRIS Interoperability Productions formerly known as Ensemble are fun to work with. Yes, I really think my work is fun. I have seen File Passthrough Services and File Passthrough Operations come in handy. At one point we placed test messages in files, then we utilized a File Passthrough Service with Inbound File Adapter to send the contents of the file as a Stream to a File Passthrough Operation with Outbound TCP Adapter.
Someone may have asked this before but is there a way to return the TRACE statements that we have placed in the Data transformation within the DTL Editor Testing Tool (EnsPortal.Dialog.TestTransform.cls)? Is this something we can get in an Enhancement request in for?
It would save sometime in troubleshooting where an error might be in the DTL.