A customer wants to create an IRIS for Health business rule via the graphical editor, and then to execute that rule in ObjectScript without the context of an interoperability production. Is this possible, and if so, how?
I have a production with one Business Host - a Business Service which I need to scale automatically to consume ~80% of CPU time. Business Service pulls data from a (non-FIFO) queue so that I can adjust pool size without any issues.
So far, I'm planning a different BS running every X seconds and sampling CPU with $system.Process.GetCPUTime() and scaling the pool size of the main BS up/down based on that metric.
Has anyone tried something similar? Any advice/code samples would be appreciated.
I am curious as to why one would use lookup tables, and what would be the best practices regarding them. We have two namespaces, and we would like to use the lookup table in each one. But, there's no clear outline of when to use them, and what are the best ways to use them?
Is there a difference in outcome between the two screengrabs below?
In both cases, when certain conditions are met, a transformation is called and the output sent on to two targets. In the first case we surmise the transformation is called twice, and the output of the first run sent to the first target, the output of the second run to the second target. In the second case we surmise the transformation is called once, and the output duplicated and sent to the two targets.
I am working on Converting Non HL7 message (Using record maps) into HL7 message.
1.Can anyone share few details how to save Non HL7 message into SQL table and the converted HL7 message into SQL table
2.In Message Viewer is there any SQL tables are linked to the session id or where the information regarding the message will be stored? Will the message trace details are stored in globals or in SQL table,If yes can anyone share the details in which tables or globals will it be stored?
I am using Intersystems Iris Community Edition. I have created a Rest Api to post HL7 message directly through postman. It is working fine, But I want to create the business service to read the HL7 message from Rest- Api. I tried to create this, but I am not understanding how to do that. Can anybody help me?
I tried to send the Sample XML from Packet Sender to Intersystems IRIS TCP Inbound adapter for learning purpose. I'm using Predefine d Class : EnsLib.XML.TCPService and the adapter is EnsLib.TCP.CountedInboundAdapter (it selected by Default.) My sample XML file would be <Patient><Name>John,Williams</Name><MRN>12345</MRN></Patient> I got an error like
I am looking for a way to serialize fhir content received via interoperability adapter into it´s corresponding ISC model class (e.g. HS.FHIR.DTL.vR4.Model.Resource.DiagnosticReport) for later use. In my opinion the outline to accomplish this would be something like
1) Receive the FHIR data 2) Get quick stream containing the JSON data 3) Examine if bundle or single ressource 4) For resource serialize to coressponding model class (HS.FHIR.DTL.vR4.Model.Resource.*) 5) further use of newly created object of type HS.FHIR.DTL.vR4.Model.Resource.*
Using Interoperability, I can't figure out how to create separate XML's files from a CSV-file using the GUI-features Record Maps/Complex Record Mapper -> Data Transformations. I'm familiar with reading/writing the files using File Service/Operation, but don't understand the processing-steps.
The preferred method by my colleagues is to do this without any Objectscript or Embedded Python coding, but if this can only be done by some coding that's fine as well.
I'm at a loss with configuring the IRIS ODBC driver (v02.10) on my Amazon Linux machine, connecting to a REMOTE IRIS backend. It should be simplified by not requiring a DSN (the app uses a DSN-less connection and generates the connection string). I have
I have created a FHIR endpoint and send the FHIR resource to FHIR Interoperability production class which is HS.FHIRServer.Interop.Service through the the created endpoint(/r4). I can able to see/get the HS.SDA3.QuickStream(It use CacheTemp.HS.Stream temporary global) on the fly(In between the process). I'm unable to get the FHIR resource from the QuickStream once the process completed. Is this HS.SDA3.QuickStream is wiped out from the system once process completed?