I am attempting to setup my first OAuth2 client, as we are adventuring into the realm of making FHIR API calls to our EMR from HealthShare Health Connect.
I have gone through and set up the Issuer Endpoint, and Client Configuration but now I want to test it and verify that the setup is correct. When I setup the Client Configuration, it would not allow me to use Discovery as it was saying I needed a "Client secret" but was not given one. So I set it up manually, thinking I hit all the information correctly.
I want to convert a string to uppercase that may or may not be a $LIST so that I can do a case insensitve search. However, when looking at what constitutes a $LIST I can see something that looks like it follows these rules:
I'm looking for an SMS Texting solution that will implement easily with IRIS. Our company uses Twilio for our .Net applications but I'm hoping there might be something else available. If anyone has experience with this please let me know!
Is there a function that will check if an http request was successful or not? Maybe something similar to c# respose.IsSuccessStatusCode? %Status still returns success even if the response status code equals say 404.
today I'm asking your help with an issue related to the response messages sent from my production to a client software, such as Postman or SoapUI.
In the last few days I've been unable to view the responses received from my production in Postman, even if I was able to do so earlier. I'm sending the request to a remote server reachable via a Putty tunnel.
Recently a customer ask me about a problem that detected when they were trying to send a post call to an external HTTP service, this service has changed and now it redirects to another URL, so they have setted to true the FollowRedirect parameter (setted to false for POST calls by default), what is the problem? They are sending a custom header in the post call and after the redirection this value is deleted.
I'm in a very early phase of an project where some of the methods should be written in python. Occasionally, projects also have byproducts, I call them utility methods, because some of the methods the project uses can also be used in other applications too. I tend to put such methods in percent classes, so they can be used everywhere, independent of the namespace, where an application runs. I try to do the same in my current project too, merely with python it doesn't works! Why?
For a particular problem we were trying to parse a relatively large *.csv file with a recordmap. We are doing this from a BPL where we start with a REST call to acquire the file. This file needs a slight transformation which we tried in a DTL. However DTL's seem to be incapable of parsing larger files.
In the wew versions of IRIS the Studio is going to be deprecated. In the Studio when editing classes there is an option to add information at package level, with the option "Package Information" that shows this dialog:
In VSCode there is the option to add/edit this package information? If no, how can one add/edit this information without the Studio?
I have created a service in Node.js which interacts with IRIS using APIs. The current implementation uses basic auth. I want to implement OAuth 2, to make the communication between the node.js service and IRIS secure. I want my service to act as client and IRIS as Authorization and Resource server. I don't know how to do that. Anyone who has implemented OAuth using IRIS can you help me out or point me in the right direction on about how to implement it?
We are using IRIS health 2023.1 to build an application that runs on kubernetes cluster as container images. In the container image, we have our own PRODUCTION "APP" created with its routines database and global database located at:
I have an existing Python script that opens a child session using the pexpect library. But currently all it does is send hard-coded commands to the Cache process and expect a hard-coded response back in order to continue in the script.
I would like to run a Cache routine from the script, pass in a parameter, and wait for a response that will be different every time (a date, in this case). So the call would be something like D $$Tag^Routine(parameter) and wait for the routine to complete and return the response.
We have a service account that is running queries to pull some data. It has read only access to the tables, but, unfortunately, the tool is starting a transaction before it reads the database. The query takes more than 20 minutes (21 - 23 minutes), so we're getting the console message that the transaction is open longer than 20 mins. Is there a way to prevent a user/service account from being able to start a transaction since it only has read access to all of the tables in the database?
I would be interested to know is it possible to implement alerts about messages (errors etc that show in message viewer or event log) to show in the SAM portal? So far I've only been able to see system alerts there.
I have a BPL that I set up a trace to check if the ProcRsltStatus Order is 1. Because the trace is set up in the BPL, I am having issues in searching traces that have the 1 in the message viewer. Any idea how I can limit my search to only the ones with ProcRsltStatus Order::1? Thanks in advance.
I have recently created a HA by "Cloning" the existing server. Everything worked fine until I have to failover the Primary in order to process. The Backup Failover member successfully promoted to the status of primary. Everything was working fine except on one of the Services, I receieved the following error message;
> ERROR #6156: No match between server name 'Test111b.domain.local' and SSL certificate values 'Test111a.domain.local'.