Caché Object Storage
Caché classes, by default, use globals built using lists instead of the delimited strings of pieces that we've used so far in this tutorial. In order to continue with the tutorial, you need to convert ^PersonD so that it uses this structure (and also make a small change to the “Phone” section of ^PersonI). There's a routine already written for you that does this, called BASdbconvert. Start a Terminal session, and do main^BASdbconvert().
Remember, after the conversion, your myBASdatent and myBASlookup routines won't work anymore (in the next exercise, you'll create new versions that will). You can look at the results of the conversion with the Management Portal. This view shows that each record is now a list (built with ListBuild) of three items. It also shows the slight change to the “Phone” section of ^PersonI (the id is now a subscript).
If you want to convert the data back to its old format, simply do goback^BASdbconvert(). You'll then be able to use myBASdatent and myBASlookup again. Feel free to switch back and forth.