Hi @Mark Sharman

In the Iris, the global where localized labels reside is ^IRIS.Msg("EnsColumns"):

This global is mapped from ENSLIB database that is read only, You can't set value to this Global. 

Uncheck the Mount Read-Only option, save then you can set the value of global:

I recommend that after you finish the configuration, comeback ENSLIB database to read only. 

Hi @prashanth ponugoti 

Are you using the Private Webserver? If yes this can be the issue, because InterSystems don't recommends then use of Private Webserver in production environment. Bellow a snippet of documentation:


If you expect very low volume of HTTP traffic, have limited demands for high availability and secure operation, the private web server may be suitable for your development and testing needs. However, for production use, InterSystems recommends installing your own separate copy of Apache, ideally on its own server, and configuring it to use our Web Gateway to communicate with InterSystems products. If you expect a high amount of HTTP traffic, require high availability in your web server, need to integrate with other sources of web information, or need a high degree of control over your web server, you should not use the private web server.

See the documentation:  Application Use Of InterSystems Web Server

For production environment install a Webgateway in a separate machine/container if possible.

Installing the Web Gateway


Hi @Martin Staudigel 

Create a custom client class, then override the method InvokeRequest. In the method set the property SSLCheckServerIdentity  of private property %HttpRequest to false .

Bellow a simple example:

Class User.FHIRRestClient Extends HS.FHIRServer.RestClient.HTTP

/// @API.Overridable<br>
/// InvokeRequest takes the Private %HttpRequest object - passed in as pRequest here -
/// and invokes the request. The HTTP response is stored as the HttpResponse property
/// of the HTTP request object. This method returns a reference to that property.<br>
/// @Input pRequest %Net.HttpRequest object.<br>
/// @Input pRequestMethod HTTP verb.<br>
/// @Input pPayload Input payload content, can be FHIR resource content or Patch content.<br>
/// @Input pRequestPath Request path, as derived by the invoked interaction-specific method.<br>
/// @Input pQueryString Query string, as derived by the invoked interaction-specific method.
Method InvokeRequest(pRequest As %RegisteredObject, pRequestMethod As %String, pRequestPath As %String, pQueryString As %String) As %RegisteredObject
  Set ..%HttpRequest.SSLCheckServerIdentity = 0
  Return ##Super(pRequest, pRequestMethod, pRequestPath, pQueryString)


Hi @Rochdi Badis 

With COS I don't know if is possible to do what you need. If you are using Ensemble, you can try to to achieve your needs using JavaGateway.

Some useful links:



Let we know how you resolved this.


Hi Andy.

Follows a very simple example:

Navigation Customized:

/// br.cjs.zen.TableNavigator
Class br.cjs.zen.TableNavigator Extends %ZEN.Component.tableNavigator

/// Este é o namespace XML para este componente.
Parameter NAMESPACE = "br.cjs.zen";

/// Contents of this composite component:
/// This is a set of paging buttons as well as text controls
/// to show the current page number.
XData Contents
<composite xmlns="http://www.intersystems.com/zen">
    <hgroup labelPosition="left" cellAlign="left">
        <!-- originally was a series of buttons -->
        <image id="btnFirst" onclick="zenThis.composite.gotoPage('first');" src="navigation/First.png"/>
        <image id="btnPrev"  onclick="zenThis.composite.gotoPage('prev');"  src="navigation/Previus.png"/>
        <image id="btnNext"  onclick="zenThis.composite.gotoPage('next');"  src="navigation/Next.png"/>
        <image id="btnLast"  onclick="zenThis.composite.gotoPage('last');"  src="navigation/Last.png"/>
        <!-- End -->
        <spacer width="20"/>
        <text id="pageNo" size="2" labelClass="tn-pageLabel" onchange="zenThis.composite.gotoPage(zenThis.getValue());" />
        <text id="pageCount" size="4" labelClass="tn-pageLabel" readOnly="true" />
        <spacer width="*"/>


Sample usage:

Hi Andy,

If you are using the tableNagator you can extends and override the XData Contents with icons, in the place of default buttons. Class to extends  %ZEN.Component.tableNavigator 

If you are using the tableNagatorBar you can extends and override the javascript method renderButtons with icons, in the place of default buttons. Class to extends  %ZEN.Component.tableNavigatorBar

Hi Patrik,

For a better readability of code, switch the Quit command by Return in the portions of your code. where you relay want to return.

For example in this codesnippet in the While:

			W !, "BEGENING OF LOOP FOR: "_rs.articleCode
			IF (rs.article = article)
				SET unitCode = rs.unitCode

This Quit, only exit form While not from Method. Other problem is that the last line with Quit without argument can cause a <FUNCTION> error because doesn't return any value.

If I'm not miss understood, you can add a third parameter to use internally of method to check if the method needs to run or not. For example if the condition to stop is the unitCode is not blank change the signature of method and add the following line in the beginning of method:

A possible version to method is:

ClassMethod workpieceUnit(mainArticle As %String, article As %String, unitCode As %string = "") As %String
    Return:(unitCode '= "") unitCode
	&SQL(SELECT unit->unitCode INTO :unitCode FROM production_article.composition WHERE mainArticle = :mainArticle AND article = :article)
		W !, "Has Value"
		Return unitCode
		SET sql = "SELECT article, unit->unitCode,  production_article.composition_sqlArticleCode(article, type) AS articleCode FROM production_article.composition WHERE mainArticle = "_mainArticle_" AND type = 1",
		 	 rs = ##class(%SQL.Statement).%ExecDirect(,sql)
		WHILE rs.%Next()
			W !, "BEGENING OF LOOP FOR: "_rs.articleCode
			IF (rs.article = article)
				SET unitCode = rs.unitCode
				Return unitCode
			&SQL(SELECT COUNT(*) INTO :composition FROM production_article.composition WHERE mainArticle = :rs.article)
			IF (composition > 0)
				DO ..workpieceUnit(rs.article, article)
		W !, "END OF LOOP"
		Return unitCode
	Return ""