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Hello All,

I am able to transmit a small batch of billing files: B/W 5 and 20 without issue- 
Put stream 11@%IO.LibraryStream to /SFTP/unmhsmcsa/OUT/TEST_021920201426.tst  

But when the size of the batch increases to over 20 the operation hangs and I receive the error below:   The file is created in the SFTP server with 0 data.

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Created a record map to read a flat-file of lab results.

Have multiple lines that represent result components for a given order per pt MRN.

Grouping these records together based upon the order number in a custom service to create a single XML message.

Within the XML message, there are some fields that occur once and some that occur one or more times.

Within the record map, the fields/properties that occur once are configured as "As %String. The fields/properties that occur more than once are configured as "As List of %String. 

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Hi,

I am using IRIS for Windows (x86-64) 2019.1.1

I have.

1. Created a BS with SQL Inbound Adapter which successfully connects and gets rows from DB .


2. Created a request message is populated with results of SQL query.

 

3  Created a BP with HL7 Router + Routing Rule + Transformation + Send to Target (BO).

 

4 . Created BO sending HL7 to file.

 

i am getting the following error.

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I understand RecordMaps can be used to send delimited files through a production without custom coding. The data segments are delimited by tilde character followed by $Char(10) in Linux/Unix. When I test the same IO data in Windows, I have $Char(13) and $Char(10) instead of just $Char(10). I like to use just tilde character for record delimiter and ignore $Char(13) and $Char(10) between the tilde and the leading data of the next segment / record. Is this good idea or not if someone wants to generate classes will it override code?

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I'm not sure what the purpose of this is, but the Management Console causes the browser to refresh periodically. If you're in a form or an editor such as the DTL or Routing Rule editors, you may lose work unless you save frequently. This did not occur in Caché 2018 and earlier releases.

I've had a couple of incidents where I've created a number of rules in the DTL editor, answered the phone or stepped away for a few minutes, then come back to find any work since the last save erased.

I've noticed this in both 2019 and 2020 releases of IRIS.

Heads up!

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InterSystems has corrected a defect that can result in skipping a transaction rollback. This can only occur after activation or addition of a mirrored database on a primary mirror member.

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I have two files that I ultimately need to combine.  The first file contains data from a PO.  The second file contains tracking information.  What I thought about doing was create a BS that grabs the first file, loads it into a record map and transfers it to a BPL.  Then, the BPL would open the second file where I would write code to load the file into a second record map and then insert the tracking information to the correct places in the first file based on PO line items.

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