3641144 - is a max length of a string in Caché/IRIS. So maybe the developers just used it to work with arrays in C# as well. I guess it's more a question for them, because I don't have access to the source code to see what's going on "under the hood".

In theory it should work with .NEt Core, it depends on what InterSystems is using from core libraries. When you try it, please tell.

Shame a decision was made to deprecate it 

Can it still be used when developing new software? As I remember it was free and it implemented key-value part of Caché. The web-site is gone and I just found a project on github but I'm not sure if it is the DBMS itself.  And I was actually thinking of using it for my needs...


I'm trying to open RestFormsUI from my localhost. And I have a problem with giving rights to certain user to login into application. In Readme for the project it says "Webapp or Unknown user should be able to access the namespace/database". How am I to do it? Whatever I do at this point I get "Incorrect username and/or password" error. Apparently I'm doing something wrong :(

Thank you for your answers, guys!

Does it mean that by the end of 2016 we will have TCP only in both .Net and Java?