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I have a SQL query that I want to run against MS SQL from cache ensemble using the SQL outbound adapter. If I run this query direct from MS SQL Studio it take about 7 seconds MAX and returns about half a million rows. The row only contains one column it is a number all same size and if I run this query in the production in ensemble it takes for ever the production finishes without getting the response back. The same query run in cache outside the ensemble environment writing results to a file it returns results taking about 3minutes to complete.
I running a query and get the results inside a result set. Now I have to iterate through the result set many times. From the doc I've seen only the Next() method. Is there a way to reset the cursor? Otherwise what is a good data structure to save multiple rows of a table?
My code in this case is something like this:
set sql = "SELECT * FROM MY_TABLE WHERE X= '"_Y_"'" set status = ..Adapter.ExecuteQuery(.rs, sql) // somehow iterate the rs more than one time
I'm using a JDBC driver to connect PGSQL -> Cache. I'm noticing when I run SELECT queries and COUNT(*) command against the same table, I get different result sets. I'm pretty new to Cache in general - so I'm trying to understand why these would be different.
Examples (TransID and InvNum should occur in every "row"):
SELECT COUNT(*) FROM ACCT.Services = 1,090,324 WHERE ACCT.Dept = 483
SELECT TransID FROM ACCT.Services = 1,085,776 WHERE ACCT.Dept = 483
SELECT InvNum FROM ACCT.Services = 586,023 WHERE ACCT.Dept = 483
InterSystems has identified an issue with product distributions containing Certificate Authority certificates that expire at the end of 2020. This issue does not affect system operation or system security in any way, although it does generate alerts about expiring certificates in the cconsole.log or messages.log files.
I'm working on zen report to display an examination report for a client.
They stored order information in several tables. Examination findings and diagnosis were recorded in a html page and codes of the page was stored in another table. We need to put them together in one single report.