I am taking a look at some legacy coding as it seems to be generating an error when processing the messaging. The message being process contains a PDF which we are transforming into a stream and sending to another system.
I have noticed this issue only occurs with PDFS that are roughly 2800kbs in size or above. All other PDFS process fine.
The error that it is generating is proDOCMAN BPL Error: 5002 : Cache error: <MAXSTRING>zS2+72^pacDOCMAN.proDOCMAN.Thread1.1
I would like to know if it is possible to connect to a REST API through production, without having to write a class that extends %CSP.REST. Is there a GUI based way where I can configure my GetRest and then use EnsLib.REST.GenericService and EnsLib.REST.GenericOperation to configure my production and perform transformations?
We have inbound HL7 message we want to transform. Is it possible to copy inbound NTE segments at ORC level to PID group level in the transformed messages? I see functions for insert / append / set etc but they appear to be related to specific properties / fields of segments as iodised to the entire segment.
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I have a transform that I am calling from within an objectscript process, and I need to pass it a few values. I have in the past done this using the aux property, however I have got away with only needing to pass in a single value, so I have not had to worry about passing in anything other than a string container.
Hi, I am looking to define an architecture combining both IRISforHealth's FHIR server and HAPI's MDM capabilities. Is there anyone who has already implemented this type of solution? The goal is to implement a single patient repository for multiple hospitals, so HAPI MDM is really interesting. From what I've seen, some of the issues may be around compatibility between Caché and Hybernate.
I was looking at some code of a business service of which the author is unknown. It's very simple in what it does; it extends from Ens.BusinessService and has a method that performs SendRequestSync() to a business process. However, I noticed that the business service lacks an OnProcessInput() method. Rather, it uses a method called General() which has the same sort of signature/structure that OnProcess input does--pInput as [Custom Message Class], Output pOutput as [Custom Response Class].
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My client is using IRIS 2021.1 Interoperability and they want to highlight the sessions with unresolved(without resent and completed operations) errors so their maintenance team can have a list of unresolved sessions to check against.
When I'm working on it, it seems to be it is is difficult to decide whether a session have unresolved errors. For example,
While reviewing our documentation for our ^pButtons (in IRIS renamed as ^SystemPerformance) performance monitoring utility, a customer told me: "I understand all of this, but I wish it could be simpler… easier to define profiles, manage them etc.".
After this session I thought it would be a nice exercise to try and provide some easier human interface for this.
The first step in this was to wrap a class-based API to the existing pButtons routine.
I was also able to add some more "features" like showing what profiles are currently running, their time remaining to run, previously running processes and more.
The next step was to add on top of this API, a REST API class.
With this artifact (a pButtons REST API) in hand, one can go ahead and build a modern UI on top of that.
I am a .NET developer and new to using this IRIS Component. We are using InterSystems.Data.Clients ADO.NET component to connection to IRIS, I am able to open the connection but when i called Close, ADO.NET code showing connection is closed state in .NET code but in IRIS side it showing as connection is still open. The will close only after recycling apppool or closing IISExpress/calling application
Here are the steps I used to open the IRIS connection.