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The simplest template for the ObjectScript

What's new in this version

Dockerized and packaged because of Sergey Mikhailenko PR

ideal_objectscript

InterSystems objectscript app template with object script samples for code guidelines and deployment.

Installation

Checkout the repo into a folder (e.g. git clone)
Make sure you have Docker installed.

build the container:

$ docker-compose build

run container:

$ docker-compose up -d

How to Develop

Install VSCode with VSCode-ObjectScript plugin
Checout this repo into a folder
Open the folder in VSCode
Make sure you have IRIS docker container running (check the Installation section above).
Because of the settings in .vscode folder VSCode will connect to container and Namespace properly.
Develop.

How it Works

Hello World

start IRIS terminal and call the sample method:
$ docker-compose exec iris iris session iris

USER>w ##class(Example.ObjectScript).HelloWorld()
Hello World!

Writing to the device and using class paremeters

This method write system info and class version to the device. Open terminal and call WriteToDevice() method:

USER>d ##class(Example.ObjectScript).WriteToDevice()
The version of the class: 1.0
The version of the system: Cache for UNIX (Apple Mac OS X for x86-64)

Array Sample

USER>do ##class(Example.Globals).ArraySampleTest()
Initial array:
^A(1)=1
^A(2)=2
^A(3)=3
^A(4)=4
^A(5)=5
^A(6)=6
^A(7)=7
^A(8)=8
^A(9)=9
^A(10)=10

After multiplication:
^A(1)=2
^A(2)=4
^A(3)=6
^A(4)=8
^A(5)=10
^A(6)=12
^A(7)=14
^A(8)=16
^A(9)=18
^A(10)=20

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2023.5.2121 Jun, 2023
Category
Technology Example
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CachéEnsembleInterSystems IRIS
First published
18 Oct, 2018
Last checked by moderator
25 Jul, 2023Works