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Did you check it with Chrome or just the default browser ?

for similar reasons I have set my default browser to Chrome

Hi Wolf,

I ran into a similar problem a few weeks ago: IRIS on Linux - no studio

My solution: Custom install on my local WIN10 desktop. Only the Studio (and ODBC drivers).
Nice side effect: the new IRIS-Studio also talks seamlessly to my local Caché. 

My assumption: As it works for an isolated Linux it should work for Docker as well (if no firewall blocks you wink)

I'm not sure if this is the question but I think

"*.data.*"  could be covered by ?.E1".data.".E        eventually instead of .E somewhat limited by .AN  or .ANP

"Sample.*"  could become ?1"Sample.".E     Same for  .ANP  as above    

- Also check if ISCAgent  is active running.
- next check if you can have a network connection between both mirror menbers

(e.g accessing  Mgmt Portal from Primary to Backup und and reverse)

Hi Scott,

I don't have an example, just an idea.

The best engine for javaScript is node.js.

You may execute your JS with node.js on command line (over $ZF or a CommandPipe) and collect the result yourself or
by Using Node.js with Caché. with direct object access.

I've seen something here

the error message indicates that you try ECP access to a Mirror DB

Not all mirror configurations allow ECP access - the difference is read/write access and synch/async mirror
using a virtual IP address adds another level of complexity

Check your config against these rules: Configuring ECP Connections to a Mirror

Within a persistent class you have also a Storage definition describing the structure of the stored data.
In addition access code for SQL projection is generated during the compile process.
Using Inspector in Caché Studio you will find a bunch of SQL specific parameters to control the presentation of your class and properties.
The whole model of describing Objects + SQL tables is known as Unified Data Architecture.