InterSystems HealthShare is a healthcare informatics platform for hospitals, integrated delivery networks (IDNs) and regional and national health information exchanges (HIE). HealthShare includes health information exchange, data aggregation, workflow, text analysis, and analytics technology.
Can someone assist me to check why HealthShare Iris install disk space increased, I want to know what contributed to Disk space utilization increase as it it now running at 81%. I am running Redhat Linux machine which is hosted on AWS.
What I can do: Get a subset of HL7 messages. Send the messages to a RecordMap (with key fields from the HL7 message). Save each message to a file.
How can I send all messages until a set time (e.g. 9am each day) to single file?
Scenario: In the period 09:00 1 Jan 2022 to 09:00 2 Jan 2022 there are say 50 messages to save to file: File001.txt In the period 09:00 2 Jan 2022 to 09:00 3 Jan 2022 there are say 40 messages to save to file: File002.txt etc
We have been investigating how to activate a Server to Generate Tokens and an associated Resource Server to Validate the Token. This step, actually we have found out with the invaluable support of @Alberto Fuentes from Intersystems.
Does anyone have insight into how the Stream Global Compression works in 2022? I'm particularly interested in the XDSb repository on the Edges. As I understand it anything new will be compressed. Is there a compression method that is used that can be utilized by other code? How are the retrievals aware that the contents are compressed in order to de-compress them?
I'm thinking to deploy healthshare using kubernetes. Has any one done this before? How will the TCP listeners in healthshare work with kubernetes? Will they automatically create a service endpoint so that I can route traffic?
I am trying to grab a specific zip file from a webpage but once I grab the zip file I need to grab a specific file within that zip file and I was hoping someone could explain how to do this or provide an example
I'm trying to create a read-only role for most pages on the Management Portal. However, I cannot figure out resource permissions for the HealthShare tab or how to assign custom resource permissions, if any, to the registries. I would like for the role to include read-only access to the registries (service, consent, otherwise). How do I go about doing this?