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Robert Sierra · Jun 21, 2021

SIMPLE FTP PRODUCTION

Hello developer community, I'm looking for Ensemble production sftp examples. I need to copy hl7 files hourly from several servers to a central server. The local documentation is no longer as good as it used to be. I remember several years ago, the documentation would take you step by step doing this.  Any information would be appreciated.

 

thanks,

Rob  S

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Hello Rob,

Which part of this are you having trouble with? If the files are local you can set up a file service and point it to your SFTP operations. There are built-in HL7 classes that you can use for this (in HealthShare Unified Care Record, Health Connect, and IRIS for Health).

For picking files up hourly, here are some possibilities. 

https://docs.intersystems.com/irislatest/csp/docbook/Doc.View.cls?KEY=ECONFIG_reusable#ECONFIG_settings_sched_strings_limits

"You can configure your business service to use an inbound adapter with the implemented OnTask() method where you call the business service. InterSystems IRIS provides classes for many types of inbound adapters. See the Ens.InboundAdapterOpens in a new window entry in the Class Reference and the books in the Application Development: Using Adapters and Gateways in Productions set for details.

If you do not want to use an adapter, you can call the business service programmatically and schedule it to run using the System Operations > Task Manager page in the Management Portal. This gives you finer control in situations such as the system being down at 1:00 a.m.

The recommended approach is to configure the business service with Pool Size = 0 and then use the Task Manager to launch a task that calls CreateBusinessService() on it and invokes ProcessInput() on the resulting service instance object. The advantage of calling a business service this way is that you call it at the time you want and it runs only once. If InterSystems IRIS happens to be down at that time, your task can register an error."