We have a vendor that every couple of days will just stop transmitting messages, but still hold the TCP/IP connection open. No matter how many times we troubleshoot and talk with them, they don't seem to think its an issue with system. Normally if I just restart the service it will get the data flowing again.
We have a bunch of CSV files of a few different types, which contain patient and medication data, among other things, which we need to load into Healthshare, so the information can be compiled together and then viewed from the Clinical Viewer/reports made on the data as well.
I want to deploy Iris Interoperability Production in multiple containers . The production has File Services that process files from EFS location. All the files being processed by multiple containers are in the same directory. The standard Adapter class does not have Check Complete option to lock a file so that other containers File Services looking in the same file path cannot process the same file.
I updated the Inbound File Adapter class to offer another Check Complete option LOCK that will lock the file until it is processed and archived.
Some outside http request send to my Business Service. cause service very slow down. So I want find root cause . But at the message trace page. I can't found any source address . But at Product env. I can't install packet capturer like wireshark . I meet some problem.
And Second. Does ensemble can limit request speed at Business Service? too many requests slowdown my service.
I have a little problem that appears to my newest program. One of the purpose of my program is to transfer a file from a path to another one.
Another person/entity places the file into a specific file ( let's call it \\Server\) but the problem is that my service (a simple EnsLib.File.PassthroughService) takes it and places it directly into my other path. The pdf file is very big and it happens almost all the time that the size of the output file is not the same as in input and so is corrupted.
Is it possible to create a task that will initiate a Business Service that is dependent on the completion of a separate EDI data process?
I have a complex data flow with multiple EDI processes where one process must run and produce one or more files that get deposited in the source folder for the next EDI process. The entire process is currently set up where 2 of the EDI processes execute at a specific time. The problem with that is when a network or server interruption occurs at the time they are supposed to start, it causes a complete failure of the entire process.
We have a process that is listening to an FTP service to collect some CSV files and process them. The process works correctly and when it ends it clears the directory waiting for it to enter some other file.
We have been receiving the following error message for a long time:
Hello, I have a task created in my task manager, calling my Business Service class, and it's working fine. But I need to know the ID of the task, I searched within the class %SYS.Task.Definition and found nothing related.