Looks like demo login not working anymore.
$system.CLS.Property accepts property by name as well, so you don't need loop
This is only example and yes, for client, where community.intersystems.com is a server for request to. To simplify I just create ssl config with server's name
It actually, does not matter, where to install drivers.
My Caché works in docker, so, I downloaded ODBC drivers from the ftp.
extracted it, just in Downloads, and run there ODBCInstall from a terminal.
with ODBCInstall I got file mgr/cacheodbc.ini, which I copied to ~/Library/ODBC/odbc.ini, there will be as User DSN. /Library/ODBC/odbc.ini for System DSN.
DYLD_LIBRARY_PATH should follow to bin folder in extracted ODBC Drivers folder
in my case
you can check connection with iODBC Manager, running right from terminal
DYLD_LIBRARY_PATH=/Users/daimor/Downloads/ODBC-2018.1.2.309.0-macx64/bin open /Applications/iODBC/iODBC\ Administrator64.app
and open excel same way
DYLD_LIBRARY_PATH=/Users/daimor/Downloads/ODBC-2018.1.2.309.0-macx64/bin open /Applications/Microsoft\ Excel.app
So, you'll be able to test settings without relogin
What do you expect instead of "USER>", it is a session prompt, where you should put your commands. At this point, for me, it looks expectable.
It's not so much important to have key before install, much more important to have it when server is running.
But how you sure that your key is suitable for this platform. You can check it on running container, where you can enter inside, and go the csession. You can find some intersting methods for $SYSTEM.License in the documentation which can help you to check license file inside the container.
So, you can convert $List to some kind of List in C?
$LIST is a very simple format, but you can't get any particular item just by position. You should go through the list from the first item.
In a simple explanation, it is just concatenation of individual $LIST. So, you can't say how many items you have until you go through this list and count them.
Sure, all project specific settings, should be stored in .vscode folder In the root of project. So, you can control this folder with source control system. Look at the VSCode documentation. And at one of my ne projects as an example.
It's really great news. And so cool that InterSystems started to participate more in developers conferences. I wish to participate all of them :)
Sorry, usually I use it to add custom methods to properties. Did not not, that it doesn't work for such methods as Set/Get. But you can add any other method.
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