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Hi Community,

I am trying to remove a duplicate OBX from a result, but I am running into some issues. Let me explain.

First I had a OBX where the observation Value had the blood type in it and the following OBX had the result in it.

The clients wants the blood type and the result in one field. therefore I merged / concatenated the observation values of the two OBX's.

I tried removing the OBX:2 but just cant take the whole segment out. 

please see examples below

This is the result.

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I have a scenario where I'm using a EnsLib.File.InboundAdapter to collect files from an external file system.  The files require to meet a certain criteria before they are moved to another remote file system.  If they don't, I would like them to stay where they are so that they can be collected again when the criteria has changed.    I have set the adaptor property DeleteFromServer to false - which is fine - the file stays put in its original location, but the file is never collected again as I receive a  "Skipping previously processed file  " info

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Trying to map two repeatable fields from a record mapper.  The fields are separated by a ^.  I've tried a fore each, but still getting an error when testing in the transform.   

 

ERROR #5002: Cache error: <UNDEFINED>XMLLOOP2+414^BHS.RecordMap.PenradConvPath.Record.1 *%SAX("1",23)
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Hi -

I'm wondering if there is any sort of experience with trying to leverage things like fingerprint readers into any identity management interface. I'm wondering if the "output" of some fingerprint scanner (or face scanner, or eyeball scanner for that matter) is something that HealthShare Patient Index might be able to use?

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