We are migrating to new servers, and I need to copy the information from Business Partner's over to the new server. Is this information in a Global or SQL table somewhere that I can export and import into the new IRIS environment?
Hello, I want to show a fellow DC member how to convert JSON file into HL7 message. I personally do not work with HL7. I set up a production with EnsLib.File.PassthroughService. It passes Ens.StreamContainer to BPL process. I call a DTL to transform StreamContainer to HL7 message. I run into an error:
ERROR <Ens>ErrBPTerminated: Terminating BP JSON2HL7 # due to error: ERROR #5035: General exception Name 'Parsing error' Code '3' Data '' > ERROR #5035: General exception Name 'Parsing error' Code '3' Data ''
Say you have a receiving system that accepts HL7 and provides error messages in field ERR:3.9 in the ACK it returns. You require a different reply code action depending on the error message, however the Reply Code Actions settings for the operation do not provide this level of granularity. One option could be to create a process that takes the ACK and then completes the action you were expecting, however things can get a bit messy if the action is to retry the message, especially when trying to view a message trace.
1.1 I met a few project that their interface servers were crashed. Cutoms wanted resume server as fast as we can. their servers are running at lan,and they can't use git,there are some namesapce in the server running different service,and usualy there is only one server.
1.2 In the message,it has property in typeof characterstream,as you know,the message search page doesn't support filtering with property of characterstream,so it's so hard to find the messge you want.
The title of the contest subject is not quite precise but addresses the %Library.classes involved. What is meant is officially named Class Query and is dating back to the early days of Caché. CLASS is used because it is embedded in a COS class. Though there is a precise description in the official documentation it remains rather abstract. My tutorial should guide you step-by-step through a simple example in COS to make it tangible to you
I'm trying to enable an existing namespace to be Ensemble enabled by doing the command do ##class(%EnsembleMgr).EnableNamespac($namespace,1), but I'm still getting the error message. Is there something that I'm missing?
I've attempted to reboot the server and even went incognito to see if it was a caching issue, but I'm still not able to create an Ensemble production in that namespace.
I'm using standard business service not(Customized business service). I'm not able to process the Hl7 data file which contains CRLF characters.It shows warning "Discarding Received non HL7 data". Actually it discards some segment after CRLF character. Is there any settings to overcome this problem?
Also i tried UTF-8, Ascii,Unicode.. characterset . But it won't work. Please help me .
Though the access is quite comfortable (in traditional COS sense) there are 2 main restrictions that hurt:
#1) It is not saved to disk unless your application includes code to save it specifically. #2) It cannot be stored in or exposed through SQL tables there are some more I'll show how to overcome these limits
I've the below code that copies 15000 records into a global, problem is that taking around 11 secs to finish and I'm wondering if there is any faster way (eg. would copying the file into stream and look through the stream makes it faster!?) because I've hundreds of files I need to process every time.
I would like to Validate token signature with public key i have in pem format, i am using below code but i get error message. Could you please tell me what i am doing not right? FOUT #5002: Caché fout : <DIRECTORY>zLinkToFile+2^%Stream.FileBinary.1 *-----BEGIN PUBLIC KEY----- MIIBIjANBgkqhkiG9w0BAQEFAAOCAQ8AMI ...
Is there a command that will loop through the flat files of a given Linux/Unix folder? I can write the code to open and read each file. But the file names are unknown. I am looking for a way to access each file given a named Linux folder. The files have differing structures so a record map will not work.
Thank you for reading and thank you even more for answering!
You are experts in IRIS and know all tricks. The functionality of $ZF(-1,-2,-100, ......) is nothing new to you And you know the limits of this functionality. Both give you access to your local server command line environment. And that's it.
Those of you that worked already with ECP might know that it operates not only across operating systems, processor technologies (big-little-endian), but also -with limits- across versions in C/E. This cross-version feature also includes IRIS (verified for 2020.1) and C/E (2018.3)
In a healthcare setting we've an Ensemble namespace through which passes a key HL7 feed (the ADT feed from our PAS). It is split up, transformed and passed on to multiple downstream systems. We consider the feed going to each downstream system an interface. Each interface is developed as separately as possible - typically as a separate branch of our git repo (which we access via VS Code).
I'm using session to save some data eg. login details, data I need earlier, and of course if the screen left idol with no activity the session may time out and I would like to display a message waring the user that their session is about to expire (as some web application do) , so how can do that?
During my recent work on Tutorial - Working with %Query #1 I met a Class Property that is quite different from its same-named relatives. It is there since 'ever' but is rarely used, Related doc doesn't help so much.