I just got the same problem installing under Windows 10 and Kaspersky Internet Security. I appreciate your point that it's just a false positive so I ought to disable the software or exclude the install file, but I've never had this problem with any other software, nor did I get the problem all the years I used Cache and other InterSystems before I retired. There must be a way to check your software for virus signature artifacts and remove them at compilation. Leaving them in is easier for you but I don't think I'll bother with the installation, which is a shame as I have more than 20 years' experience with MUMPS and Caché and used to work for InterSystems (give my regards to anyone at the Windsor/Eton office who may remember me). But I won't be installing Iris as long as Kaspersky kicks up a fuss.
Ah, that's better, thanks for the quick fix!
Doesn't work for me. I installed the 20162.xml classes on a 2017.2.1 system. It all seems to install correctly until I tried:
I get this error:
"error":"ERROR #5002: Cache error: <METHOD DOES NOT EXIST>zgetFormMetadata+15^Form.Info.1 *%SetAt,%Library.DynamicArray",
It looks like some underlying system methods have changed since this was written. How do I fix this please?
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