I have a %GlobalBinaryStream object that I'm trying to save as a local file after being received through a SOAP Web Service.

To do this, I created a %Stream.FileBinary object and wanted to set where the stream copied to this object would be saved by using either the DefaultStreamDir() ClassMethod or the NewFileName() ClassMethod. However, the documentation isn't very helpful on how to use these ClassMethods.

Right now, I have the below code:

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Hello,

First of all thanks for your time reading this doubt.

We have discovered the following behaviour. Inside a Router we have a roule which needs to filter out the ADT_A08 messages which have not OBXs.

The legacy system had this rule implemented:

(((Document.{OBX(1).SetIDOBX}<"1")||((Document.{EVN:EventReasonCode}!="COD")&&(Document.{EVN:EventReasonCode}!="FIN")))

However we have tested it and it does not filter out the ADT_A08 messages.

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Good morning,

Thank you for taking the time to read, understand, and answer this question.

If you needed to convert a message where questions are separated by "|", and the question text is the portion before the ":" and the response is the portion after the ":"; Which way would be the most readable and understandable for other developers?

Input example:

NAME OF SQUAD 1?:ALPHA|NAME OF SQUAD 2?:BRAVO|NAME OF SQUAD 2?:ANSWER THREE||NAME OF SQUAD 25?:YANKEE|NAME OF SQUAD 26?:ZULU

Output structure:

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First of all, thanks for your help, and time reading this question.

Why, when we send a SOAP message from SoapUI to a SOAP service in a HealthShare environment called 'ESBCHUIMI,' it recognizes the 'Credenciales' header, which has 'usuario' and 'password' as properties. This class is a %SOAP.Header.

However, when we load the WSDL using the SOAP wizard from this SOAP Service to another HealthShare environment called ESBSSCC and send it from SoapUI to ESBSSCC, when it is being forwarded from ESBSSCC to ESBCHUIMI, the ESBCHUIMI's service outputs:

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