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It looks like Visual Studio Team Services (VSTS) is now Azure DevOps. There is an associated plugin for Eclipse called Visual Studio Team Explorer Everywhere (TEE). However Microsoft only supports that plugin for Eclipse 4.2 (Juno) - 4.6 (Neon). There is a note about this in the Microsoft Azure documentation here. Unfortunately this does not match up with the Atelier requirement of Eclipse 4.8 (Photon).

My understanding is that the BPL and DTL graphical editors in Atelier always use Eclipse's internal browser. It may be that your IE 11 browser is running in compatibility mode when embedded in Eclipse. Within the internal browser in Eclipse you can right click and select "View source". You may see something like this at the top:

There are two types of errors in the sample that you sent, one of which has been corrected and one of which is being actively investigated. The workaround while this is under investigation is to use the graphical DTL editor in the System Management Portal.

 

Hi Connor, I've been working with Michelle Stolwyk on this one and I do not think this is a large-scale issue with the stable Atelier repository. I just installed Java 8, Eclipse Photon, and Atelier 1.3.139 (from the stable repo https://atelier.jfrog.io/atelier/updates/stable/1.3/) on a fresh machine without any problems.

I would suggest first checking the browser you have selected in your Eclipse settings. From the preferences page, select General > Web Browser and confirm that the expected browser is selected.

Next take a look at the settings in your IE 11 browser to check the Emulation settings. (In the F12 Developer Tools make sure that the Document Mode selected there is not 7.)

This is not possible at the moment. But it is something that has been requested by customers before, and it is on the Atelier development roadmap!

What version of Eclipse are you using? We've seen similar issues with Atelier 1.3.117 on versions of Eclipse besides Photon.

I would suggest that you start by installing a new Eclipse Photon client then install the Atelier plug-in.

My best guess from the description here is that the CSP application was not created properly in the Atelier Project. Currently you cannot create a new CSP application at the Atelier Project level - you need to copy the CSP app from the server. For example:

1. Create a new web application in Caché:

Development is aware of this issue. We do not have a timeline on when it will be fixed.

If you would like to track the progress of the development change, I would suggest opening up a WRC case (email support@intersystems.com or call +1 617-621-0700). A Support advisor will be able to link the relevant development change to the WRC case then you can keep track of it using the new UX in the WRC application.