Hi Developers!

This is the digest of new solutions and applications submitted to InterSystems OpenExchange in September 2019!

New applications in September 2019

web HERALD by Martin Weber

web HERALD is a Highly Extensible Rapid Application Development framework, the ultimate server-based platform for Caché Developers created by our inhouse Caché Developers.

objectscript-docker-template by Evgeny Shvarov

A simple template to start coding in InterSystems ObjectScript with preset dockerfile and settings for VSCode to start compiling and debugging.

angular-material-iris-starter by Sergey Shutov

A template project for Angular frontend with InterSystems IRIS.  The main goal of this repository is to provide an up to date example of Angular application following all recent best practices

cache-iris-app-tools by Sergey Mikhailenko

Solution for technical support and DBMS administrator. View globals arrays, execute queries (including JDBC/ODBC), sending results to email as XLS files. Viewer class instances with СRUD editing. A few simple graphs on the protocols of the system.

IRIS OData Client by Sean Connelly

A simple IRIS client for connecting and consuming RESTful OData API services.

ObjectScript-Foreach by David Crawford

The beginnings of a foreach function equivalent in ObjectScript.

Kano MDM by Liudmyla Valerko

Kano MDM is an efficient Master Data Management software product with a complete set of features for successful implementation of interoperability solution.

Output-Capture by David Crawford

Captures the output of common objectscript terminal verbs, such as zwrite.

dasha-iris-adapter by Vladislav Chernyshov

Dasha.ai is a platform for designing human-like voice interactions to automate business processes.

This repository includes the first version of Dasha.ai IRIS Interoperability Adapter and demo Interoperability Production to show how to connect IRIS and Dasha.ai platform.

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Hi Developers!

When you prepare your modules for ZPM (InterSystems Package Manager) it expects the certain directory structure for ObjectScript source files.

ObjectScript in your source folder need to be stored by types in the following subfolders. E.g. if you have the source folder named as /src the structure should be as follows:

/src

        /cls - for classes

         /inc - for include files

         /mac - for mac files

         /int - for interpretable files

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Hi Developers!

Just want to share the information with you that we support TechCrunch Disrupt Hackathon 2019 this year!

It will take place from 2-4 of October in San Francisco, CA.

We introduced InterSystems special prizes for participants which solutions will use InterSystems IRIS $4,000 and InterSystems IRIS for Health 4,000.

Learn more here.

If you happen to participate we wish you luck and hope you'll leverage InterSystems IRIS data platform functionality to win Disrupt Hackathon 2019!

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Hi Developers!

If you happen to visit Global Summit 2019 don't hesitate to stop by Developers Community Booth (table 9 on Tech Exchange, 3rd floor) - we can help to submit your Open Exchange solution to ZPM Package Manager.

One package Output Capture by @David Crawford is already packaged and can be installed with the following command:

zpm:USER>install output-capture

Also, come to chat on your dev experience and collect your GlobalMasters badge from @Anastasia Dyubaylo ;)

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Hi Developers!

Recently we launched InterSystems Package Manager - ZPM. And one of the intentions of the ZPM is to let you package your solution and submit into the ZPM registry to make its deployment as simple as "install your-package" command.

To do that you need to introduce module.xml file into your repository which describes what is your InterSystems IRIS package consists of.

This article describes different parts of module.xml and will help you to craft your own.

I will start from samples-objectscript package, which installs into IRIS the Sample ObjectScript application and could be installed with:

zpm: USER>install samples-objectscript

It is probably the simplest package ever and here is the module.xml which describes the package:

<?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8"?>
<Export generator="Cache" version="25">
  <Document name="samples-objectscript.MODULE">
    <Module>
      <Name>samples-objectscript</Name>
      <Version>1.0.0</Version>
      <Packaging>module</Packaging>
      <SourcesRoot>src</SourcesRoot>
      <Resource Name="ObjectScript.PKG"/>
    </Module>
  </Document>
</Export>

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Hi Developers!

Often I find questions on how to install IRIS, connect to IRIS from IDE, setup the environment, compile, debug, maintain the repository.

Here below possibly the shortest way to set up all the environment and start development with ObjectScript on InterSystems IRIS.

Prerequisites

Make sure you have Git, Docker, and VSCode installed

Install Docker and ObjectScript extensions into VSCode

Sign in or Create an account on Github

Here we go!

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Hi Developers!

InterSystems Package Manager (ZPM) is a great thing, but it is even better if you don't need to install it but can use immediately.

There are several ways how to do this and here is one approach of having IRIS container with ZPM builded with dockerfile.

I've prepared a repository which has a few lines in dockerfile which perform the download and install the latest version of ZPM. 

Add these lines to your standard dockerfile for IRIS community edition and you will have ZPM installed and ready to use.

To download the latest ZPM client:

Last comment 16 September 2019
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Hi Developers!

Suppose I have a project where I want to build an IRIS container with two different dockerfiles depending on goals.  How can I make it?

The issue is that docker-compose is looking for the file with name 'dockerfile'

Are there any #IF constrations in a dockerfile syntax? 

Commenting works but sometimes it's more than one line.

 

 

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