There are two records of the same patient coming from the same source and when they are merged from the source they are not updating Health Information Exchange. I have blurred crucial information and the records are not falling off the worklist items after a merge from the source system.
The two records from the same source are in the middle section and the right section.
Hi, could someone tell me please how can I "unlock" a .cls file which author is Intersystems? I want to make some modifications and add some trace messages there. The file resides in the HS.FHIRServer namespace and it looks like read-only
I'm trying to enable an existing namespace to be Ensemble enabled by doing the command do ##class(%EnsembleMgr).EnableNamespac($namespace,1), but I'm still getting the error message. Is there something that I'm missing?
I've attempted to reboot the server and even went incognito to see if it was a caching issue, but I'm still not able to create an Ensemble production in that namespace.
Hello, I want to show a fellow DC member how to convert JSON file into HL7 message. I personally do not work with HL7. I set up a production with EnsLib.File.PassthroughService. It passes Ens.StreamContainer to BPL process. I call a DTL to transform StreamContainer to HL7 message. I run into an error:
ERROR <Ens>ErrBPTerminated: Terminating BP JSON2HL7 # due to error: ERROR #5035: General exception Name 'Parsing error' Code '3' Data '' > ERROR #5035: General exception Name 'Parsing error' Code '3' Data ''
I am having an issue with a file not being deleted from the FTP server and returning an error to this effect. The file, however, was fully processed. This causes the file to process again.
My question is I seem to recall a flag that can be set to enable more detailed tracing to be done on the FTP service/adapter. However, I have not been able to locate this. Does anyone recall such a logging setting or was I just dreaming?
I've the below code that copies 15000 records into a global, problem is that taking around 11 secs to finish and I'm wondering if there is any faster way (eg. would copying the file into stream and look through the stream makes it faster!?) because I've hundreds of files I need to process every time.
I've a task that runs every 10 mins executing the below code, but the issue is that it slowing the system down affecting other processes, so is there a way to maybe spread the execution of this so it doesn't slow down the system? I've tried spreading these fucntion in two different tasks but doesn't seem to change much.
I would like to Validate token signature with public key i have in pem format, i am using below code but i get error message. Could you please tell me what i am doing not right? FOUT #5002: Caché fout : <DIRECTORY>zLinkToFile+2^%Stream.FileBinary.1 *-----BEGIN PUBLIC KEY----- MIIBIjANBgkqhkiG9w0BAQEFAAOCAQ8AMI ...
We're looking to create a quick and simple test to see if all firewalls are open on 1972 between a linux based web server VM and a VM running InterSystems IRIS. Does anyone have any ideas for a quick command that can be run from UNIX console that will provide confirmation that traffic is able to get to 1972 on an IRIS machine?
BTW - I don't think it makes any difference but the IRIS machine is running Windows
Is there a command that will loop through the flat files of a given Linux/Unix folder? I can write the code to open and read each file. But the file names are unknown. I am looking for a way to access each file given a named Linux folder. The files have differing structures so a record map will not work.
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