I need a trick to display the cellTitle for just ONE column in a tablePane with a unique value.  Here are the issues:

1. OnDrawCell has access to the cell data for that row/column, in %query(pName),  but setting the cellTitle property to a column doesn't refresh the column object

2. Setting showValueInTooltip is good for the entire table, not just one cell

3. ** the column element does not evaluate zen expressions, so I can't say cellTitle="#(%query.Comment)#", for example.  That's the crux of the problem.

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I was looking at the OrefToArray^%occRun in the %CSP.ErrorLog page in version 2016.  However, we're on version 2014, and that method does not seem to exist yet.  I would love a good way to swizzle out the info in the %request, %session, %response objects for the error log for my own error page, in version 2014.  I don't want to have to go through and get all the properties manually, but I will if I must.  Any other good way  already written?

Thanks,

Laura

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Hello; we have users on the system with cache logins.  They have access to a specific namespace, and no access to %SYS of course.  I'd like to give each user the ability to change his own password from within our application, using Security.User.PasswordExternal.  This only exists in the %SYS namespace, and the average user can't get to it.  

 

Should I give the users access to this column in this table (column Password, table Security.Users)?  What about access to the namespace?  Is this possible? Has anyone done this before?

 

Thanks,

Laura

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Hi all, This is a bit embarrassing, and not that critical.  I have a local instance of Caché 2016 on my computer, for playing around with.  I was attempting to set up two-factor authentication on this instance, and I thought I simply disabled all users except for my own user and enabled two-factor for this user.  The next time I tried to login to the Management portal, I received a Server Availability Error:

http://localhost:57772/csp/sys/UtilHome.csp

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My group needs to be able to monitor items / tasks, and let a non-management-portal user see the monitoring.  Is it possible to run DeepSee queries on Production items?  I feel like I should not be recreating the production environment or the task manager just so that I can query on the items that are running, and on their states (like "successful" or "send email").

 

Also, I need to log custom events for each task, and I'm running into difficulties with the task manager in this regard; hence the question about using the Production instead, but querying it.

 

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I have a user with %All, and a user with %Admin_Task.  The %All user can use SQL to view the %SYS_Task.HIstory table.  The user with %Admin_Task does not have the privileges to see the same table.

 

What priv (or privs) is (or are) needed to view the %SYS_Task.History table?  I just want to start with 'Select * from %SYS_Task.History'.

 

I've tried %Admin_Manage and %Admin_Operate.  I must be close.

 

Thanks,

Laura

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Hello.  When you export and then import a table of data, is the import smart enough to figure out if a row already exists in the new namespace, and if so update the row rather than just save/add the row?

For example, we have a table in DEV, and the same table in QA.  The DEV table has more fields than QA.  When we moved up the class, the field definitions went with the table into QA, so now the table definition is the same in both.

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