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Hi,

No sooner have I asked the question, then I found the solution myself !.

and that is,  when added to a Production, the EnsLib.MsgRouter.RoutingEngine class that executes the rule has a production settings "Force Sync Send", to force all SENDS to be Synchronous.

Steve

Hi Eric

If you want your service t0 be part of the framework, but not actually use any specific connection functionality typically offered by adapters (SQL, FILE, ..etc)  Just ensure that the adapter is first set to  'Ens.InboundAdapter':

Parameter ADAPTER ="Ens.InboundAdapter" ;

And - set your PoolSize is set to 1, so a job is started. with the production.  Note that for every cycle of the Call Interval setting, the OnProcessInput method will be called.

Sure thing...

Use the %Net.HttpRequest class, to make the HTTP request, and, take the response's data

Set httprequest=##class(%Net.HttpRequest).%New()
Set httprequest.Server="http://ws.audioscrobbler.com"
set URL="/2.0/?method=chart.gettopartists&api_key=65218c8cdd03ba3836f9fc8491fb6957&format=json&limit=1000&page=10"
Do httprequest.Get(URL)

Hi,

Rather than programmatically modifying the source code and recompiling the class -  if your page already defines, by default, the full set of columns available, you can show and hide each and every one of them programmatically by manipulating the table columns collection which is already part of the DOM:

Save this class in the SAMPLES namespace.  In this example, the Buttons hide some columns and un-hide  others on client and server:

Hi Satheesh,

ECP allows you to 'remotely mount' a database on one instance from another.  For example, let's say you define (as you have) a Cache instance with a Database 'C' and you have a second instance running Ensemble now.

When the basic ECP configuration is done, you will then be able to define a 'remote' database on the Ensemble instance - the remote database being, the 'C' database managed by the Cache instance. The contents within the 'C' database on Cache will be available as a database on Ensemble just as though it was a locally mounted one.

Hi Tom,

For much of what you requested, you should look at InterSystems IRIS's new Document database model.

The Document databases accepts and persists collections of JSON Documents inside of Cache . Additionally, it allows you to define a set of properties for documents in this document databse.  These properties correspond to elements in inserted documents. (ie, you can define the "LastName" as being the element 'lastname') - which effectively updates an index for every document added to the collection that has an element 'lastname'.

Hi,

If you want to protect the database, start by creating a resource via the options Security Management > Resources  in  the management portal,  giving it an appropriate name that makes sense to you - for example, if your database is called "myAppDB", create a security resource "%DB_MYAPPDB".

Prefixing with '%DB' in the name is convention, not a requirement.  During setup, add a description, and, select whether by default, users have Read, Write and/or Use privileges.  

Hi,

If I understand you correctly, I think you want to know whether there is a function that you can invoke, from the condition field of a Business rule, that checks if a given date is in between two other dates.

If you want to see what functions are available, the best way is to get assistance from the Expression editor (that is invoked when you double-click in the Condition field, or click 'fx', on the main Business Rules definition window when the condition field is in focus)

Hi Soufiane

The graphical rules editor used in the UI generates a class, and an xml block in that class, to represent your rules.

If you want a target to be different, based on some code, why don't you create multiple conditions for the different targets you have, then, base each condition on some database setting.

The rule itself remains static (except when you need to define a new target)  and it will show all the possible paths that can be taken by the rule.

Hi Kenneth

Your container is based on a ubuntu distribution per the "FROM ubuntu" command in the dockerfile.

I believe ubuntu by default comes with and uses the application "apt-get" to do a similar function as yum, so, your yum commands running inside the ubuntu container you are starting with needs to retrieve yum, or instead, use apt commands.

however .. you say you believe that yum is installed because you executed: