Hi Community!

As you know we have Global Masters program — InterSystems Data Platform Advocacy Hub

All Global Masters members (Advocates) can achieve various levels of advocacy which depends on contributions on Developer Community and activity in Global Masters. 

Every new level opens new type of challenges/tasks and new types of rewards.

We are excited by how engaged you are with Global Masters but realised that we have a really great gap between initial level Insider and the next level Specialist. Indeed, Specialist level demands really great achievements: 10 articles, 10 questions on DC, article with 1,000 views.

So we introduced a new level of advocacy with name "Advocate".

See the details below.

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Over the past few months, our team has been hard at work building a better Atelier experience for you. With three major new features and more than twenty enhancements, Atelier 1.2.118 makes it easier for you to develop important applications. It now also supports InterSystems IRIS Data Platform™, which enables you to rapidly build scalable, interoperable, and analytical data-rich applications. 

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Just starting to use Atelier and having problems with making server connections. I have tried both the super server port and the web server port and both fail with either Unexpected end of file from server (Secure connection disabled) or PKIX path building failed (Secure connection enabled). On a different server I get Connection refused: check the web server configuration.

Anyone run into this before?

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Hi all,

We have migrated our Ensemble instance from Healthshare 2016.2.1 to 2017.2.1, after all process we are checking that all namespaces are working propertly.

The first problema was checking a business operation that calls to a WebApi with the following error message:

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Sometimes, we need to copy part of the properties of an object into a different one. 
The simplest thing would be to do the following:

Set obj1.FirstName = obj2.FirstName

Set obj1.SecondName = obj2.SecondName

What happens if the object contains a large number of properties? or we just want to extract an important group of data, and complement the information in another object?

Having the following classes:

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