The Complex Recordmapper specify a map for headers, body, and trailers, but it expects all three to have fixed Leading Data to identify the record type. But what if the Header and Trailer have Leading Data, but not the body records? I can't seem to find a way to do this. For example:
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We are wondering where is the best place to tie the schema category for an incoming HL7 message? Should we do this within the service (via the message schema category setting) or receive everything and validate in the process (DTL) level?
We want to capture everything that will be sent to that HL7 listener service and then decide what to do with bad messages at the process layer.
Does anyone have any recommendation regarding this? Appreciate your input and decision thought process.
Has anyone used ClearRuntimeAppData, I am using the EnsLib.SQL.InboundAdapter and pulls the SQL query fine, but if the service needs to keep pulling the same rows the next time the service is started but it will not, due to the parameter “key Field Name”
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].
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.
Hi everyone, I have a SQL service that is working fine, except I don't want it to run on a schedule or continuously. I'd like to only run when requested. Run once and then stop until another request. Is there anyway to set up a service like that?
I have a Business Service which retrieves data via a SQL adapter and writes the data in text file. My production is doing the job, but instead of the Business Operation output being one file, I am getting many files, with 1 , 2 or 3 rows only.
We have a scenario where a bad message(With control character in some fields) is coming frequently in our Standard HL7 Business Service.
I do see the process gets shut down because of E=D action code. I also see the service logging an "Warning" about the bad message. But service is not shutting down.
Is there a way to handle this error right at the service to avoid multiple processes going down? Not sure if we can create a task, which audits the service logs every few minutes. But that will involve some coding and checking of time when the errors happens.
I have built an Ensemble SOAP service (EnsLib.SoapService.Service) as a business service which accepts soap requests from another application. To secure the traffic between the SOAP service and the application i'd like to enable SSL. I see that in the management portal I can upload the certificates, chains and keys and save them as an SSL / TLS configuration. However, it is not clear to me how I apply this SSL / TLS configurtion to the soap service I am running.
i want to program a schedule for my adapterless business service , i found a method "test" in "Ens.ScheduleHandler" but i don't know how i program it for my service can be invoked each one houre by day .
i'm waiting for your help because it's the key for my application .
I have a requirement to periodically poll a URL to fetch some XML data based on a list of query data, lets say every hour, and map what's returned to HL7 then send downstream, I mostly have everything contained within a business process and DTL but I'm lacking a way of invoking the process every X minutes,
The client has a prefence for as much as possible to be done via out of the box components in the standard HL7 model of "Service --> Process/Rule/DTL --> Operation" within the Web UI,