Working with customers on performance reviews, capacity planning and trouble-shooting I am often unpacking and reviewing Caché and Operating System metrics from pButtons.
Amongst the large fonts and chunky icons of Portal's pages, the Menu button in the top left corner is easily overlooked:
Until recently I didn't pay much attention to Portal's home page:
User interfaces such as Portal often give us multiple ways of doing a task. Sometimes we stick with habits and don't realize that another way might save us time.
This is the second part of my long post about package managers in operating systems and language
Points to remember before you start:
It is not possible in a COS (Caché Object Script) job/process context to have multiple Named Pipes. It is a one Named Pipe per job/process limited line of communication.
Named Pipes, in Caché, like most pipes on most operating systems are Unidirectional. That means you open them for either Read or Write, but not both.
The Management Portal allows you to Export one or more globals to a file that you can then Import into that or another namespace.
I realize that Cache Studio is the standard method to edit routines. However, some clients make it difficult to access their server that supports Studio. Is there an editor that can be run from the programmer pr
In this post I show strategies for backing up Caché using External Backup with examples of integrating with snapshot based solutions.
The goal of this “DeepSee Troubleshooting Guide” is to help you track down and fix problems in your DeepSee project.
In this article we will discuss about Orphaned Messages.
Caché offers a number of methods for going through a collection and doing something with its elements. The easiest method uses a while-loop and lets you fulfill the task in an imperative manner.
I was benchmarking the populate utils when I noticed something strange. Consider this simple benchmarking method:
is there a way to copy namespace mappings from another namespace to a new namespace programmatically with a command?