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sminnee

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nz_tom

I tried that. Has to all be self hosted, corporate is very anti-cloud

sminnee

@nz_tom if you want us to have a chat to them about their concerns, happy to do so.

nz_tom

Cheers, might bring it up at some point when I am back over in Aus for a meeting

nightjarnz

If they're reading from an internal hosted API, then it shouldn't matter where the front-end lies... Most corporate folk with that type of anti cloud stance are usually more worried about the data hosting than the site (as a 'front-end')... so if they retain the data on-site, perhaps that's an angle to begin a convo about site hosting off-site :)

nightjarnz

Then it wouldn't matter MS or 'OS', you could just put everything on the one host & read from different API points to their on-site storage through a secure tunnel.

sander_ha

Hey guys I'm currently doing some stuff with the SS_Query class. If it tries to get a table which does not exist it returns a User Error. Is there a way to catch this error so it doesnt break everything?