Hi Scott!

There is no need to integrate IRIS with Github. It's more about how the IDE you are using to develop IRIS solutions is integrated with Github. And the majority of modern IDE are integrated with Github already: VSCode goes with Git/Github integration out of the box ( and I believe Visual Studio too (as soon as Github is Microsoft now too).

If the question is how you can develop IRIS solutions having the code managed in Github there are a lot of approaches. You can check these videos made by myself which illustrate:

How to create IRIS Application in Github, develop it in VSCode and commit changes into the repo

How to collaborate and make changes to an already existing project in Github repo using Github Flow


Atelier can be integrated with Git 

Studio also has the integration with Git

The answer is:

To remove the Count measure put any other measure of the cube into the Measures section of the Pivot.

Hi Jimmy!

401 means that Authenticated user is not authorized to reach the server.

To prove the fact you could grant the application a %ALL role (the second tab) and this should work then.

Hi Stella!

This is complicated cause the base class of a cube should contain the most granular records for the subject area being analyzed. Speaking with family terms children can analyze their dads in a cube but not vice versa.  That means want to analyze Kids - build the cube for Kids.

There is one trick though which lets you analyze Kids from Dads assuming if your Dad is not very fruitful ;) I mean this will work if your Dad has less then 1,000 kids) 

You can build the Kids dimension with a level which consists of a comma-separated list of Kids IDs or kids data - use ObjectScript expressions for this. And mark this dimension as comma-separated in Dimension settings.

If the ObjectScript expression is long, use %cube.Method to call the method of the cube where you can code the complex logic.

Then you are able to show in levels and properties in this dimension whatever data you want to calculate and aggregate from kids using ObjectScript expressions.


Hi Scott!

First, thanks for mentioning Open Exchange, I appreciate :) Here is the link of Sysmon Dashboards on OEX.

Also, here is the article by @Semyon Makarov, which could help.

The tool just visualizes the data you have %SYSMONMGR, I believe the utility appeared at early versions of Caché.

The visualization is better with DeepSee Web, this will require at least Caché 2014 for REST and JSON.

Also I'll ping @Daniel Kutac for more details who initially introduced the tool