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Re: MUMPS - Export to xml - Integration (thread)

comp.lang.mumps

Posted: 3 Days 13 Hours ago by: TI HRTGB

Good afternoon friend, at first I would keep the same file, because the data that are recorded in the file are used to assemble a worklist. I will explain to you the purpose of this need. We need to export in XML the exam scheduling data

Re: MUMPS - Export to xml - Integration (thread)

comp.lang.mumps

Posted: 3 Days 13 Hours ago by: ed de moel

You mentioned that you should not create multiple XML files for the same appointment, but what do you do when an appointment gets changed or canceled? - leave it as is, because you already created the file? - create a new file with the s

Re: MUMPS - Export to xml - Integration (thread)

comp.lang.mumps

Posted: 3 Days 14 Hours ago by: TI HRTGB

Perfect, I will carry out the tests.. Thank you very much friend..

Re: MUMPS - Export to xml - Integration (thread)

comp.lang.mumps

Posted: 3 Days 16 Hours ago by: ed de moel

It is possible? Of course: just modify the above example accordingly.

Re: Traps as exceptions (thread)

comp.lang.mumps

Posted: 3 Days 18 Hours ago by: Jens_Lideström

Thanks Ed and Bhaskar! ZMESSAGE and $Ecode are exactly the mechanisms I was looking for. I don't understand how I could have missed them in the manual. I will investigate them.

Re: MUMPS - Export to xml - Integration (thread)

comp.lang.mumps

Posted: 3 Days 19 Hours ago by: TI HRTGB

Hello, I need to generate an xml file for each request in a folder on my corporate network and I must ensure that XMLS files are not generated for the already integrated schedules, is it possible? The patient_id field refers to the pati

Re: Traps as exceptions (thread)

comp.lang.mumps

Posted: 3 Days 19 Hours ago by: ed de moel

Set a=1 Set $Ecode=",U123," Set b=2 Setting the value of $ECode triggers an error, and the Set b=2 would never be reached. Hope this helps, Ed

Re: Traps as exceptions (thread)

comp.lang.mumps

Posted: 3 Days 20 Hours ago by: K.S. Bhaskar

Jens, does ZMESSAGE (https://docs.yottadb.com/ProgrammersGuide/commands.html#zmessage) help? Regards – Bhaskar

Traps as exceptions

comp.lang.mumps

Posted: 4 Days ago by: Jens_Lideström

Hello, mumpstereers The trap mechanism in Mumps has similarities with the exception mechanism in many other language. Most examples I have seem of trap usage is for catching unintentional errors. Is there also a way intentionally trigger

Re: MUMPS - Export to xml - Integration (thread)

comp.lang.mumps

Posted: 4 Days 11 Hours ago by: ed de moel

(please note that this medium reduces multiple spaces to single ones...) ; Set xmlfile="...destinstionfolder.../filename.xml" Open xmlfile:newfile ; If you're using GT.M Open xmlfile:"wns" ; If you're using Caché or IRIS Use xmlfi

MUMPS - Export to xml - Integration

comp.lang.mumps

Posted: 4 Days 13 Hours ago by: TI HRTGB

Hello, I need to export the data generated in the MUMPS system with a unique key for each appointment made. Data needs to be exported in XML, can I do that in MUMPS? Can anyone help me? The data I need to export in XML format is accession_n

Re: Noticed a difference, is it between CentOS and Ubuntu or between (thread)

comp.lang.mumps

Posted: 5 Days 17 Hours ago by: ed de moel

Thanks, Sam. The "nodelimiter" setting did the trick! Ed

add_db_keys.sh

comp.lang.mumps

Posted: 5 Days 21 Hours ago by: Onix Man

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Node.js access to YottaDB

comp.lang.mumps

Posted: 6 Days 10 Hours ago by: K.S. Bhaskar

YottaDB access from Node.js using Nodem (https://github.com/dlwicksell/nodem) is now in our published documentation: in the Multi-Language Programmers Guide (https://docs.yottadb.com/MultiLangProgGuide/nodeprogram.html), the Acculturation G

Re: Just checking... (thread)

comp.lang.mumps

Posted: 6 Days 12 Hours ago by: Flávio_Fornazier

Hi Mr.Andras Pahi, He's just a beautiful friend. I already sent him an email to the new address and I will wait for his reply. By the way, If you don't mind, I would like to keep in touch with you too. Thank you very much. Best regar

Re: Just checking... (thread)

comp.lang.mumps

Posted: 6 Days 19 Hours ago by: pahihu

Hi Flavio, His last known e-mail address can be found at the bottom of https://caisys.weebly.com/ I have contacted with him in January, 2022. Hope this helps, Andras Pahi

Re: Noticed a difference, is it between CentOS and Ubuntu or between (thread)

comp.lang.mumps

Posted: 7 Days 11 Hours ago by: Sam Habiel

Hey Ed, It's completely possible that YottaDB/GT.M "fixed" something with delimiters somewhere along the years, but a $C(0) showing up is really strange. Is your client sending the data still the same? I just noticed that you are reading

Re: Noticed a difference, is it between CentOS and Ubuntu or between (thread)

comp.lang.mumps

Posted: 7 Days 16 Hours ago by: ed de moel

This is a web application, in other words YottaDB is invoked with the socket invoked by a webpage as its standard in/output. The code just reads standard input with Read *byte as it is parsing the multi-part POST payload. If you need more

Re: Noticed a difference, is it between CentOS and Ubuntu or between (thread)

comp.lang.mumps

Posted: 7 Days 16 Hours ago by: K.S. Bhaskar

Ed, is this a SOCKET device? Also, do you have a small example of the M code? There have been changes in both GT.M and YottaDB between those releases to accept CR+LF as line terminators in various contexts, not just LF. However, I am not

Re: Noticed a difference, is it between CentOS and Ubuntu or between (thread)

comp.lang.mumps

Posted: 8 Days 8 Hours ago by: ed de moel

The version of CentOS is: CentOS release 6.10 (Final) The version of Ubuntu is: Ubuntu 22.04 LTS

Noticed a difference, is it between CentOS and Ubuntu or between GT.M

comp.lang.mumps

Posted: 8 Days 8 Hours ago by: ed de moel

I noticed an interesting difference... I have two systems up and running. The old one has CentOS, and is running GT.M V5.4-002B Linux x86_64 The new one has Ubuntu and is running GT.M V6.3-011 Linux x86_64 (YottaDB r1.34) When I'm process

Just checking...

comp.lang.mumps

Posted: 14 Days 11 Hours ago by: Flávio_Fornazier

Hi all! Does anyone know a M developer called Josef Nagy, from Hungary? He works with MV1, MV1R2 and wrote a lot of GUI utilities for them. He's a member of this forum, I tried to send him an email today without success. I'm really worried

Re: GT.M Routine timestamp (thread)

comp.lang.mumps

Posted: 15 Days 16 Hours ago by: Sid

Thank you Bhaskar, I ran the "date -r " with format in a PIPE device and got what I needed. Regards Sidney

Re: For MUMPS: SVN or GIT? (thread)

comp.lang.mumps

Posted: 19 Days 15 Hours ago by: OldMster

As Bhaskar indicated, with YottaDB or GT.M, either will work since the routines are just normal files. I originally used SVN, but moved to GIT since it became a defacto standard that had multiple hosts (gitlab, github, etc). For Cache/Ir

Re: For MUMPS: SVN or GIT? (thread)

comp.lang.mumps

Posted: 20 Days 12 Hours ago by: K.S. Bhaskar

Which MUMPS are you using? We routinely use git for version control of M code in our applications (https://gitlab.com/YottaDB/Util/YDBAIM is just one example of many). Regards – Bhaskar

Re: GT.M Routine timestamp (thread)

comp.lang.mumps

Posted: 20 Days 12 Hours ago by: K.S. Bhaskar

There isn't a built-in function. However, you can run the ls command in a PIPE device, or install the POSIX plugin (https://docs.yottadb.com/Plugins/ydbposix.html) and call statfile^%ydbposix() Regards – Bhaskar

For MUMPS: SVN or GIT?

comp.lang.mumps

Posted: 20 Days 13 Hours ago by: Bianca Nunes

Greetings Would anyone from this group know how to apply svn-git concepts in Mumps? Here where I work, we are having issues with version control. We don't actually have any version control for Mumps. Has anyone done this? Thanks. Best re

GT.M Routine timestamp

comp.lang.mumps

Posted: 20 Days 14 Hours ago by: Sid

Is there a function in GT.M that returns the timestamp a routine was saved. Thanks

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