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Hi Norman,
Quote() method of %Global might be what you are lookig for:

 USER>write ##class(%Global).Quote($lb("abc", """", $c(13, 10)))

Hi Yone,

There is the class iscru.util.StreamUtils designed exactly for the purpose to solve problems like yours. The class contains  streamLike() method that can be called directly or from SQL. It can also be used within business rules via iscru.util.FunctionSet.

If you want to enable searching on stream properties with Like/NotLike operators in the Message Viewer, then you would need to import iscru.util.MsgFilterAssistant class as well, then give  permission to run iscru_util.FunctionSet_streamLike stored procedure to the user, and run the following command in your namespace: 

set ^EnsPortal.Settings("MessageViewer","AssistantClass") = "iscru.util.MsgFilterAssistant"

Once you've done that, you can try Like operator against stream properties in the Message Viewer.

DISCLAIMER: The classes mentioned above have not been used much in real world projects yet. However there are some unit tests in the repo.

HTH, Dmitry

Given the error message, I'd guess that Penn.EDT.Messages.ODSGPStatus class is not XML enabled, i.e. it does not inherit from %XML.Adaptor.

And you'd get an empty response anyway as you never assign anything to pResponse's properties.

One more issue is that argumentless reader.Next() call doesn't seem to make any sense. Maybe you meant reader.Next(.obj).

Also your code does not assign anything to ..Status variable, so why logging it?


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