Can you send me a join code? I just tried my WRC credentials but no joy.

Thanks

Regards Mike

Hi Ben,

Thanks for the reply. Is the web service you are calling a Cache web service? If so could you show the function signature?

Cheers

Mike

Hi John,

Thanks for highlighting the difference between development standards and coding standards. It looks like I need to update my document!

Cheers

Mike

Is there a recording of this for people who couldn't watch in real time?

Do you have an XSD for your CCDA XML format? If so you can use the XML Schema Wizard to create the Cache classes that represent your XML Data. Then just read the data from your global into the generated classes and export to XML. I have done this many times for complicated medical data and it works very reliably.

Hi,

There is a bcrypt module in Python is that's any help.It would be very easy to call out to a python script from Cache.

HTH

Mike

Hi Eduard,

Perfect! Just what I wanted. By the way there is a little bug as prop is all lower case in the CONTINE line but 'Prop' everywhere else.

Thanks again

Regards

Mike

 

Thanks Eduard, this is a good starting point for my document.

I notice that you allow methods to return objects rather than %Status. I have looked at a lot of InterSystems Ensemble code over the years, and the general style is to always return a %Status and any object oRefs required are passed out as Output parameters. Would you say that this is the most common style?

Regards Mike

 

Thanks Sergei, this is exactly what I was looking for.

I notice that we already differ from your standard quite a bit. I have looked at a lot of InterSystems Ensemble code over the years and have sort of inherited their style.

We also insist on using #dim for all variables to prevent spelling mistakes causing problems.

Regards Mike