Currently, I am creating the file via Cache ObjectScript/routine and then ftping it over to the file share Or pulling the file from the file share via ObjectScript/routine and reading/processing it.
Because we will be moving our data to Sharepoint, I need a connection/transfer method that I can use in my routine in place of the ftp/sftp that is currently being used because Sharepoint doesn't allow the ftp/sftp of files.
We don't have that option in Cache yet. (Getting ready to upgrade to 2017 - but checked, and it doesn't either).
1) Create a database 2) Edit a database 3) List databases 4) Delete a database 5) Mount a database 6) Dismount a database 7) Compact globals in a database 8) Show free space for a database 9) Show details for a database10) Recreate a database11) Manage database encryption12) Return unused space for a database13) Compact free space in a database14) Defragment globals in a database
%SYS>D ^VERSIONCache for UNIX (Red Hat Enterprise Linux for x86-64) 2015.2.3 (Build 855_0_17370)
I wonder if Canceling from that option in IRIS is the same as Terminating a Process in cache - risking data integrity issues with ab-ends...
Can the process be stopped if it does not complete by the time you want/need it to? (whether I'm compacting the database or a particular global)
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