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ObjectScript Class ExplorerObjectScript Class Explorer
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Community supported
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CachéEnsembleHealthShareInterSystems IRIS
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It is a tool that visualizes the structure of Caché classes as a diagram, shows dependencies between classes and all relevant information, including the methods code, queries, xData blocks, comments, documentation and keywords of various class elements.

ObjectScript Class Explorer

An UML class explorer for InterSystems products: IRIS, Ensemble, HealthShare, Caché. Read more about class explorer on InterSystems Developer Community.

Key features
  • Build class diagrams for arbitrary list of classes;
  • Build diagrams for whole package or subpackage;
  • Edit diagrams after build;
  • Switch between strict UML notation and designed view;
  • Export diagrams as an image;
  • See Class methods, properties, parameters, SQL queries, xDatas and more;
  • See any keywords and related information by hovering over everything with pointer;
  • Check which fields are connected by hovering over link;
  • View methods code, sql queries and xDatas with syntax highlighting;
  • Zoom in and out;
  • Search on diagram or in class tree;
  • Explore!




To install latest Caché Class Explorer, you just need to import ClassExplorer package. Download the archive from latest releases, and then import Cache/CacheClassExplorer-vX.X.X.xml file.

Web application

Note that importing ClassExplorer.WebAppInstaller class will also create a /ClassExplorer application. If you want to create WEB application manually, please, do not import this class. Anyway, importing this class requires %SYS permission.


Visit [server domain and port]/ClassExplorer/ (slash at end required) to enter application.


To build project, you need NodeJS platform to be installed. Then, clone source code and run npm install from the root of the project. This will install all necessary modules from NPM for the project.

After that and each next time just run npm run gulp command from the project root. This will generate build directory, where you will find XML file ready to import.

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