Greetings!

Hopefully someone has an answer on this, I cannot find any example or understand from the documentation how to acheive this.

I have a SOAP header subclass

Class AddressType Extends %SOAP.Header
{

Parameter ELEMENTQUALIFIED = 1;

Parameter MAXLEN;

Parameter NAMESPACE = "urn:registry:1";

Parameter XMLNAME = "urn:LogicalAddress";

}

In my  %SOAP.WebClient I use it like this:
set customHeader = ##class(AddressType).%New()
do ..HeadersOut.SetAt(customHeader,"AddressType")

Last answer 21 November 2017 Last comment 27 November 2017
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Hello!
We have had incidents with the scheduler in some integrations.
The problem is that the scheduler do not execute at seemingly random occasions.
Has anyone else experienced this? If so how have you handled it?
Is there a smart way to be informed about these non events.
I have an idea to build an integration that goes thru all the other integrations, looks at their schedules and compare it with lastrun information in someway but I am not sure if it is doable.

Last answer 18 October 2017 Last comment 17 October 2017
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Hello!
We want an Integration that should be moving files from a FTP server in a DMZ zone into another FTP server on our local network.
I tried using EnsLib.FTP.PassthroughService(EnsLib.FTP.InboundAdapter, EnsLib.FTP.OutboundAdapter)
Using this approach ensamble write data to the database, causing the CACHE.DAT to grow for every file that is moved.
Looks like the entire file is written to the database, is this the case?
We are not really interested in storing any file content information in ensamble in this particular case.

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Hello,

 

I am working in a csp application where the user can configure a TCPS Service in a guide like manor.

So I want to be able to present a html <select> element, the values / text I want to present in this control should be the ID field from Security.SSLConfigs in the %SYS namespace.

How would I go about doing this? Can this be done?

 

Best regards,

Magnus

 

Last answer 18 September 2017 Last comment 19 September 2017
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