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Hi, Akio!

I bet there is no Caché Evaluation version on Mac, only Windows.

So if you want to run it on Mac - the virtual machine is your friend.

But I would suggest starting with new product InterSystems IRIS - you can get your sandbox here or on GCP.

Hi, Blaise!

For printing dashboards from IRIS analytics, I can recommend trying dsw-reports. 

It can print widgets from dashboards and send it in pdf on a schedule.

Hi Sean! Moved the discussion to the Other group.

4,800+ are the registered members, stats. We also have about 20,000 unique DC visitors monthly.

From them we have about 3,000 visitors who come directly to the site - so we can assume as "real" developers who reads/writes on DC daily. But this touches only the English world.  And not all of them know about DC. 

Hi, Jaqueline!

Yes, sure, you can hide the header of the dashboard if you untroduce a "&embed=1" parameter after namespace in the URL.

e.g. like here

Hi, Scott!

It's obvious, but what about this?

^OSUWMCInstance = "TestClin"

^OSUMCLDAP("LDAPKey") = "/ensemble/"_^OSUWMCInstance_"/mgr/LDAPKeyStore/"

If you don’t use Studio, you can consider to try isc-dev tool, which is intended to simplify routine processes of import/export code, releases and patches.

Import it to e.g. USER and map to %All.

After that you’ll be able to import, export, release and patch in any namespace.

To work in a given namespace point the tool to a directory on the disk which contains repository in UDL or XML classes (preferablly UDL) with the following command:

Hi, Stephen!

Thanks for raising it!

This button with a strange glyph is for uploading images only to be placed in a post.

I forgot, that we left the option to upload files - we plan to turn it off.

Would you please share why do you need the option of file uploading for the posts?

IF there is a good reason we can enhance the feature instead of dropping it.


How to call a classmethod?

If you are inside the class Circle call it with:

do ..Radius()

If you call this method from another class use:

do ##class(Circle).Radius()

But there are cases when you do not know either name of a class or name of a method on runtime. So $classmethod is your friend here:

do $classmethod("Circle","Radius")