InterSystems maintains an archive of some material from previous Caché releases (http://www.intersystems.com/priordocexcerpts/Opens in a new window). This archive provides a repository for legacy documentation content that either is deprecated or has been superseded. The archive consists of a set of PDF files. You can download them from the InterSystems Web site by clicking the links in this chapter.
When using material from the archive, keep the following points in mind:
The selections available in the archive result from frequent past requests for certain information. Items can be added or removed without notice.
This material is offered on an “as is” basis. Beyond making the material accessible online, no other editing of the text has occurred.
InterSystems offers no assurances regarding the completeness or accuracy of the archive, its coverage, or currency; and none should be inferred.
If the archive content conflicts with current documentation, it is likely that the archive content is outdated and describes functionality that has been updated or superseded.
The current archive contents are:
DeepSee-1 (also referred to as DeepSee 1, DeepSee-I, or DeepSee I) documentation set as of Version 2011.1, including:
Overview of DeepSee-1 Opens in a new window - Provides an overview of InterSystems DeepSee-1.
DeepSee-1 Model Design Guide Opens in a new window - Describes a possible approach for assessing how you could use DeepSee-1. Also highlights key design decisions
DeepSee-1 Developer Tutorial Opens in a new window - Describes how to create DeepSee-1 models and use them to create pivot tables and dashboards.
Using the DeepSee-1 Connector Opens in a new window - Describes how to use the DeepSee-1 Connector to access externally stored data.
Using the DeepSee-1 Architect Opens in a new window - Describes how to use the DeepSee-1 Architect to create a DeepSee model for use in pivot tables.
Using the DeepSee-1 Analyzer Opens in a new window - Describes how to use the DeepSee-1 Analyzer to create pivot tables and key performance indicators (KPIs).
Using the DeepSee-1 Dashboard Designer Opens in a new window - Describes how to create DeepSee-1 dashboards and embed them in your applications.
DeepSee-1 Site Configuration and Maintenance Guide Opens in a new window - Describes how to configure and maintain a DeepSee-1 site.
Expressions and Scripts in DeepSee-1 Opens in a new window - Describes the syntax and options for all formulas, expressions, and scripts supported in DeepSee-1. This book also lists all the locations where you can use these expressions and scripts.
DeepSee-1 User Guide Opens in a new window - Describes how to use DeepSee-1 dashboards and pivot tables.
ObjectScript $ZUTIL ReferenceOpens in a new window, Version 2010.1.
Using the Caché ^%R RoutineOpens in a new window, Version 2008.1.
Caché Programming Guide, Version 4.1: “Chapter 9 — Additional Routine UtilitiesOpens in a new window” includes:
%RCHANGE, %RCMP, %RCMPSEQ, %RCOMPIL, %RCOPY
%RD, %RDEL, %RDELETE
%RFAND, %RFIND, %RFIRST
Caché Programming Guide, Version 4.1: “Chapter 10 — Additional Global UtilitiesOpens in a new window” includes:
%GI, %GIF, %GIGEN
%GO, %GOF, %GOGEN
Caché Programming Guide, Version 4.1: “Chapter 11 — Date, Time, and Numeric UtilitiesOpens in a new window” includes:
Date functionality: %D, %DAT (variable), %DATE (including sliding window support), %DO, %DS (variable)
Time functionality: %T, %TI, %TIME, and %TO
%NLS and locales
Numeric functionality: %DOCTAL, %DX, %OD, %SQROOT, and %XD
Caché Programming Guide, Version 4.1: “Chapter 12 — Additional Programmer UtilitiesOpens in a new window” includes:
Caché Programming Guide, Version 4.1: “Appendix A — Routine Development in Programmer ModeOpens in a new window”
Caché Programming Guide, Version 4.1: “Appendix C — Physical Storage of Globals and CollationOpens in a new window”
Object Utility Library ReferenceOpens in a new window (^%apiOBJ routines), Version 3.1
Caché Programming Guide, Version 2.1: “Chapter 9 — Routine DebuggingOpens in a new window” includes:
F-DBMS Release Notes:
Weblink 4.2 documentation:
Open M/SQL Developer GuideOpens in a new window for F.6 and F.7