Framing refers to the characters that mark the start and end of an HL7 message (or other types of framed messages). Most HL7 services and operations have a Framing setting that allows the user to define this framing. The most common choices are available as defaults, but with the AsciiMM/NN setting, components can be configured to recognize any framing characters.
I need to deploy an Ensemble production to several different clients. Each client requires certain production settings to be set specific for them, things like pool sizes, IP addresses, SSL configurations, etc.
What is the best way to customize configuration settings when a production is deployed?
Is there any issue with using a pool size setting greater than 1 for an inbound file service? The reason I ask is we can easily dump 100k+ files to a folder in minutes, but using a pool size of 1 can take hours for that backlog to clear.
I have been using the query below and it was working fine but now it's giving a SQL error. There were no changes made that could cause this to stop working. There is no Field 'APPLICATIONID' in the table.
QueueSQL=select distinct (convert(char(5),SkillsetID)+'='+Skillset) from iagentbySkillsetStat where ApplicationID > 10000
QueueMappingSQL=SELECT DISTINCT (convert(char(5),SkillsetID)+'='+Skillset), SkillsetID FROM iagentbySkillsetStat iagentbySkillsetStat WHERE (iagentbySkillsetStat.ApplicationID>10000)
Hi All,Cache is not starting ,I checked the cconsole log it is showing the below error.
The following parameters are missing from section [Journal]: '2,12' at line 143,but i checked in last cpf file,
In cpf file consist of that particular line
When dealing with SOAP in Caché, it is sometimes necessary to debug errors by directly accessing (and sometimes editing) the XML which is sent, i.e. the SOAP request and subsequent SOAP response. If you’re debugging a Caché web service, it is often useful to use a tool such as SoapUI (https://www.soapui.org/) to manually create and control the SOAP request, so that the effect of adjustments can easily be seen on the Caché web service.