Yes, I have Visual Studio Code installed and installed also the new Serenji 3.0.2. I can't figure out a way to connect to a Cache server. Let me check that link you posted.

Hello Evgeny, yes we use those methods in that link already for exporting and importing roles.

What's happening is that the resources / tables that were in the destination server that should not be there anymore is still there. It looks like it is only copying what we exported from the source server. It is not making the role the same.

We figured out how to remove the resources using the Security.Roles.Modify() method by setting the Properties("Resources") parameter. But how would we do something similar to the tables which should not be there anymore in the destination server?

Is there documentation on how we can connect Visual Studio Code + Serenji with Cache?

Hello Mike, yes we have figured out how to implement unit testing in Cache. It's an excellent way to test all cases. But for the type of current work we are doing (reporting), it might be too much work. Once you get the hang of it, it's a pretty simple process. It's up to you to cover all of the test cases.

If you need help, you can just post your question here. There are a lot of Cache experts in this community that can help.

Hi, it's still not clear. Do I have to define both a GET and  POST for the same Route?

Is that what I'm missing?

Here is what I'm trying right now just to  check if the POST code is working or making it to the method.

The Route:

<Route Url="/test1" Method="POST" Call="Test1"/>

The Method:

ClassMethod Test1() As %Status
{
Set tSC=$$$OK

"test...",!

Quit tSC
}
 

This GET works:

<Route Url="/status/:ClientID" Method="GET" Call="GetActiveStatus"/>

Hi, what issues are you having with ODBC? We have a lot of clients connecting to our Cache DB through ODBC.

I see, it was meant to be used in the QA environment.

I am using it in our DEV environment, testing bits of functions as I complete them.

Thank you.