Kumar,

If you are using CCR then there are very specific  requirements in terms of development workflow which will provide assurances of no source loss, etc.  Please open a ticket with Support to discuss these specific concerns and considerations.

In summary, there can only be a single Disconnected BASE environments for each System, because the CCR Client Tools manage source concurrency within the Namespace, and if you have multiple BASE namespaces you have lost concurrency and therefore can lose source.  Atelier will work the same as Studio - you need a single Shared Dev Namespace using the CCR Client Tools (aka server-side source hooks) and at that point you can use either Atelier or Studio to edit the source in BASE.

IMPORTANT NOTE:  Server-side hooks will only work properly with Atelier if you are running a database version that includes CDS2924.  This is included in 2016.2.3+, 2017.1.2+ and 2017.2.0+ only.  If you are not sure if you have CDS2924 or not, please contact Support (if you use Atelier against a Shared Dev instance that doesn't have CDS2924 you don't have concurrency and therefore can lose source).

Hope that helps to get you started in the right direction :)

You would also need to be careful of the following:

  •  integration endpoints (e.g. web service calls (especially those inserting data), POP3 mailbox retrieval, FTP fetches, etc)
  •  email generation code in your app
  •  task schedule
  •  NFS mount points

You must be very careful that your non-production instances do not behave as production post-cloning (e.g. you would never want a test system generating emails to non-developers).  We have all of our code-base instrumented so that with a single configuration global we can control production vs non-production behavior (including where to go for web service calls, etc).  This allows us to have identical code across all environments, but only Prod will send email, fetch actual user files, insert real data into other systems, etc.  We then have our application-specific configuration globals mapped to their own Config DB, which means:

  • when the Data DB is restored from LIVE it doesn't bring configuration data with it (i.e. we need to avoid a Test system suddenly thinking it is Prod because the global indicating Dev|Test|Prod is restored from Prod)
  • when we run a test build for CI on our Build servers (also cloned from Prod) we can start with an empty Code DB (and pre-populated Data and Config DBs) and everything "just works" :)

Glad to hear that you are already virtualized - that can really save you a lot of setup and config time.  Let me know if you have any additional questions :)

(P.S. Chris, welcome to the world of Caché and DeepSee!!  I hope you find the Community to be helpful.

note - if you are happy with this answer, please mark the Answer as Accepted so this thread falls off of the Unanswered Questions list)

What is your browser and version?  Is it by any chance Firefox 57.0?

EDIT:  Nevermind - I see that you said Studio ate all of the licenses, so unless you are launching pages in a web browser from Studio my hunch probably isn't correct

Glad to hear it is working!

Could you please mark the Answer below as accepted so that people know that it worked?

 

Thanongsak,

Apologies for the delay - the Developer Community is having issues with its email update logic so I had no idea you asked this question.

This image is currently internal to InterSystems as it's for the InterSystems IRIS Data Platform which is in early adopter mode.  Contact your Sales Rep in order to get access to the program and to InterSystems IRIS.  It will be made publicly available early next year.

Thanks!

Ben