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I got a quick answer from this forum yesterday so I'm going to try my luck again today!  I've hit an error in another table when trying to extract through the Cache ODBC driver, but this one gives me less details and I'm struggling to pinpoint what might be causing the error.

The table I am trying to extract is called REF_TABLE_ONE.

Here's the Error:

Last answer 31 January 2019 Last comment 1 February 2019
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Let's say I have a property as a variable value:

set propName="Country"

Is there a method to determine, should I quote it to access the object, so would the correct code be:

write obj."Country"

or just simple

write obj.Country

is enough?

Last answer 24 January 2019 Last comment 25 January 2019
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At the George James Software booth at Global Summit last year we took the wraps off the work we've been doing to make our popular editing and debugging tool Serenji available on the Visual Studio Code platform.

Rather than requiring you to pull code from your namespaces into local files, then push the changes back to the namespace to run it, you work directly in the namespace. In other words, the editing experience is like Studio rather than like Atelier.

As well as editing code you can also debug it directly from VSCode.

Last comment 17 January 2019
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Hello All,

Hoping someone can help with this odd error.

A vbscript file is being used to perform an update to cache.

The file has worked without an issue for well over a year.

Recently, the update has begun to throw an error.

(class references modified to remove client data)

UPDATE CACHE.UCI.Reg.Pat (Column1) VALUES ('USERNAME') WHERE ID = '2190284'

C:\Web\Config\SchedTasks\script1.VBS(73, 6)

Microsoft OLE DB Provider for ODBC Drivers: [Cache ODBC][State : S1000][Native Code 105]

[c:\Windows\SysWOW64\cscript.exe]

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Hi guys,

I'm running a method on an instance of Cache 2010, which, when compiled, has $$$OK in it's .int code.  This line throws an error, telling me that "the OK macro isn't recognized". 

Some things I've tried;

- I looked it %occStatus, and the macro definition of OK is there.

- I changed $$$OK to 1 by hand in the .int code.  It compiled successfully, but each time I recompile the original class, it's going to put that $$$OK back

Last answer 7 December 2018 Last comment 7 December 2018
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Hi Community

I have created a simple package that allows the use of Cache with the Laravel Framework.

From my initial testing everything seems to be operating smoothly but I would like to appeal to the PHP users in the community to help me improve this package.

For those of you out there who have time and would be interested in this, please visit the repo at https://github.com/jeandormehl/laracache

Thanks in advance

Last comment 25 March 2019
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