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If Mumps would live on to support running legacy software – fine, but to continue to market it as a valid and modern solution for any problem is frankly dishonest. Only users with topic management privileges can see it. I interststems however always worked for companies that are customers of Intersystems and users of Cache. Do the E subroutine. Although I don’t miss the language itself much except from a sick, twisted sense of nostalgiaI do miss some of its features.

All I can say is, you were too fair on Cache, CSP, the tools, the language and so on – that was a nightmare six months I never want to go through again. Should I mention that this pile of crap is supposed to be happy on low-end hardware, but in my case is running on a quad-processor machine? Actually, Cache reminds me of a really fucked up version of It didn’t took me long to realise how wrong he was.


Each array may have up to 32 subscripts, or dimensions. Time to start asking for lawyer rates! Just don’t let Intersystems hear you call it that.

No way to access it. Turned out that that particular class wasn’t converted to the new OO system and that you needed to use the old calling method, but this cacye was nowhere to be found it didn’t differ one bit from other classes I used. I can’t really tell you how much this sucks. Small market share outside of healthcare and finance. Reply Quote 0 M. The requirements are pretty ridiculous, they were telling us that we need 12 processors, we also need 2 full arrays in the SAN for their application to work properly.

Though this is supposed to be a rant about the Hidden Disease called Cache intersyxtems its dead 60s technology, Mumps. Wrong forum to ask that, some people here are still using Messenger for IM. A version known as GT. The structure is schema-less and the data is stored in multidimensional hierarchical sparse arrays also known as key-value nodes, sub-trees, or associative memory.

MUMPS was born in to solve the problem of massive data flowing into multi-user systems in the healthcare industry. But it’s not line in your code!

What the Daily WTF?

What the Daily WTF? If R is true, quit. Our vendor, who shall remain nameless, is even more clue-challenged than Intersys.

It’s an emulation of the Mumps database, but using Redis. Richard Stallman’s tattered underwear! Comment You need to be a member of Data Science Central to add comments!


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With the error message “it’s wrong”. First, they’re Web Server Sucks and their documentation sucks, otherwise I’d have switched it over to the Apache Web Server I have running on my dev machine. Or maybe the old quote is still true: You write in one language which compiles into more or tutoriall the same language. Although the language has been criticized as archaic, modern users compare it favorably to Python.

Comment by Rob Tweed on December 5, at interystems Jesus, you want to kill it before its third birthday! The thing I miss czche about it is the hierarchical database backing it. Reply Quote 0 U. So you have these tables, that you can’t really see, and you have data, which is like no where.

With all due respect, this article is not accurate. And that is said knowing perfectly well that the latest cacje technologies seldom manages to fulfill the promises. Fast, ReUseable, OLD, Reliable and possibly even invented way before people actually realised all of the possibilities that it could be used for.

I continue to be surprised by the volume of comments coming in by email from obviously enthusiastic practitioners of MUMPS – here’s another one.