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ClassMethod GetSSLConfiguration(host) As %String
{
  NEW $NAMESPACE
  SET $NAMESPACE = "%SYS"
  
  IF '##class(Security.SSLConfigs).Exists(host) {
    DO ##class(Security.SSLConfigs).Create(host)
  }
  QUIT host
}

Set tRequest = ##class(%Net.HttpRequest).%New()
Set tRequest.Server = "community.intersystems.com"
Set tRequest.Https = 1
Set tRequest.SSLConfiguration = ..GetSSLConfiguration(tRequest.Server)
....

 

ClassMethod GetSSLConfiguration(host) As %String
{
  NEW $NAMESPACE
  SET $NAMESPACE = "%SYS"
  
  IF '##class(Security.SSLConfigs).Exists(host) {
    DO ##class(Security.SSLConfigs).Create(host)
  }
  QUIT host
}

Set tRequest = ##class(%Net.HttpRequest).%New()
Set tRequest.Server = "community.intersystems.com"
Set tRequest.Https = 1
Set tRequest.SSLConfiguration = ..GetSSLConfiguration(tRequest.Server)
....

 

Web applications defined in Security.Applications class in %SYS namespace.

zn "%SYS"
set props("Path") = "/opt/my/app/csp"
set props("Description") = "My Cool Application"
do ##class(Security.Applications).Create("/csp/test", .props)

Visual Studio and Visual Studio Code are two very different products but just with similar names.

To configure Visual Studio Code, you can use this settings

{
    "objectscript.conn": {
        "active": true,
        "host": "localhost",
        "port": 57772,
        "ns": "SAMPLES",
        "username": "admin",
        "password": "SYS"
    }
}

Where,

If you would like to do it with %Installer Manifiest, it is not going to be easy, unfortunately. CSPApplication there quite limited.

I can't just do it this way.

<CSPApplication Url="${CSPApp}" Directory="${CSPAppDir}" iKnowEnabled="yes"/>

You should first create simple csp application

<CSPApplication Url="${CSPApp}" Directory="${CSPAppDir}"/>

Add something like this method

To activate OS authentication in your docker image, you can run this code, in %SYS namespace

Do ##class(Security.System).Get(,.p) Set p("AutheEnabled")=p("AutheEnabled")+16 Do ##class(Security.System).Modify(,.p)

If you work with community edition, you can use my image, where you can easily define also user and password for external use.

Running server

You can extend UrlMap only by splitting routes

While in one class you have this

XData UrlMap [ XMLNamespace = "http://www.intersystems.com/urlmap" ]
{
<Routes>
<Route Url="/class/:namespace/:classname" Method="GET" Call="GetClass" Cors="true"/>
<Map Prefix="/something" Forward="Some.Your.Class"/>
</Routes>
}

You can add one more class, whic will work only with routes started with /something with


  Set ht = ##class(%Net.HttpRequest).%New()
  Set ht.Server = "server"
  Do ht.SetParam("param1", "true")
  Do ht.SetHeader("myheader", "headervalue")
  Set tSC = ht.Get("/api/get", 1)

Look at the second parameter in the call of Get method, it is a test flag, helps to understand how your request will actually go

GET /api/get?param1=true HTTP/1.1
User-Agent: Mozilla/4.0 (compatible; InterSystems IRIS;)
Host: server
Accept-Encoding: gzip
myheader: headervalue

Look at this code, it will do the same

If you can edit this code, you can try change to this.

<Data name="DESCRIP_2"> <RetrievalCode> S {DESCRIP_2}=$P($G(^PHPROP({L1},"DESC_CODES")),"\",2) S {DESCRIP_2}=$S($L({DESCRIP_2}):$Get(^SEDMIHP($P({DESCRIP_2},","),$P({DESCRIP_2},",",2))),1:{DESCRIP_2}) S {DESCRIP_2}=$E({DESCRIP_2},1,80) </RetrievalCode> </Data>

But not sure, if this correct.

What I did there, is, wrapped retrieving data from global ^SEDMIHP with the function $Get()

Or this way, with the default value

SSO, can be achieved in some different ways. It can work over OAuth2, NTLM, Kerberos, SAML and so on. In different projects, I have used Kerberos/NTLM and OAuth2. But real SSO was only with Kerberos. And when you already have LDAP Auth in your application, it will be quite easy to add SSO. But also depends on which OS and which WEB server you have. On Windows much easier to start with IIS while so difficult to find a working module for Apache. On Linux there is also could be a problem to find the latest version of the module which will work with the latest version of apache.