I just downloaded and installed the latest WebTerminal into my local copy of Healthshare 2016.2.1

I installed via studio and everything compiled without error.

However when I run it I just see a black screen. The help window at the bottom of the screen pops open when I type '/' but I just can't get any response.

Any suggestions as to how to trouble shoot this?

Mike

Last answer 15 October 2018 Last comment 19 October 2018
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We have started to see Journal Daemon inactive and DBLatency warnings in the Console log of our Healthshare server. OS is Windows Server 2008 running in a VM. See below

10/03/18-00:46:39:344 (3840) 1 Journal Daemon has been inactive with I/O pending for 10 seconds:
gjrnoff=6642068,iocomplete=6637348,filecnt=771,fail=0
10/03/18-10:08:47:620 (6064) 1 [SYSTEM MONITOR] DBLatency(c:\intersystems\healthshare\mgr\cachetemp\) Warning: DBLatency = 2300 ( Warnvalue is 1000).
10/03/18-10:08:47:755 (6064) 1 [SYSTEM MONITOR] DBLatency(d:\databases\adtfeed\) Warning: DBLatency = 1251 ( Warnvalue is 1000).
10/03/18-10:08:47:756 (6064) 1 [SYSTEM MONITOR] DBLatency(d:\databases\bloodbank\) Warning: DBLatency = 1426 ( Warnvalue is 1000).
10/03/18-10:12:08:636 (6064) 1 [SYSTEM MONITOR] DBLatency(c:\intersystems\healthshare\mgr\) Warning: DBLatency = 1813 ( Warnvalue is 1000).

Has anyone else seen this type of warning?

MikeD

Last answer 3 October 2018
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I have a class thus:-

Class RMH.ClinDoc.Response.GetEPRDisplayResponse Extends Ens.Response [ProcedureBlock]

{

Property GetEPRDisplayResult As %XML.String;

}

The property GetEPRDisplayResult  contains  html content.

When I write out the property in a terminal,  all the html special character content is encoded e.g. '<' is &lt;  '>' is &gt ; etc....

I want to display this html in a browser and have it render as normal.

So my question is how to I store html content in a cache object such that it renders correctly in a browser?

To make things more complicated this data comes into Healthshare as an xml payload and is correlated into an instance of the above class

Thanks

Regards Mike

Last answer 26 June 2018 Last comment 26 June 2018
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Hi Community,

 

Has anyone ever set up a web service that takes a stream data type as an argument? The client will be dotNet.

 

This is the error I see:-

 

   <SOAP-ENV:Fault>
      <faultcode>SOAP-ENV:Client</faultcode>
      <faultstring>Badly formed SOAP Message</faultstring>
      <detail>
    <error xmlns='http://soap.rmh.nhs.uk'>
     <text>ERROR #5002: Cache error: &lt;INVALID OREF&gt;XMLLOOP+9^WebService.eDCGold.GetRootKeyLocalRef.1</text>
    </error>
</detail>
    </SOAP-ENV:Fault>

I have switched to a string data type for now and that is working fine. However it could be >32k so I would prefer to use a stream.

Cheers

Mike

 

 

 

Last answer 11 October 2017 Last comment 12 October 2017
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I need a generic way to check if all the properties on an object instance are null. Has anyone got some code they could share?

I could of course add a method to each class and pass in all the properties and test them but I'm sure there must be a generic way to do this. A generator method perhaps?

Regards

Mike

Last answer 4 August 2016 Last comment 4 August 2016
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