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Thanks Pete,

 

this is exactly what we need in our project.

Cheers

mark

I agree, that an argumentless-For is confusing in the given code. Therefore we prefer the following construction:

s Sub1="" f  s Sub1=$o(^Trans(Sub1)) q:Sub1="" d 
.w !,Sub1

The advantages:

  1. One line less
  2. There is only one $o
  3. Initialization, iteration code and break condition are in one line what helps with readability.

Thank you for your replies in response to my post. Unfortunately using the %Installer is not really an option: although our scenario has a running Cache-Instance, the customer don’t want to access the Cache-Server.

I fear the only way at this point is to provide a sort of Windows-Client to put this code into the database. A think about a .NET client, using classes of the Intersystem.* namespaces but I am just missing the right idea. On the other hand, there could be a solution based on Cache-direct.

Do you have any idea for a .NET or do you know anything better than Cache-direct.

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