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I am trying to get FHIR Resource using OAuth 2.0 . I get access_token sucessfully but when I use this token i get this type of error in postman. It is showing 401 Unauthorized please suggest any solution.
This is probably far-fetched - is there a way to get notified/get a piece of code triggered whenever the state of a global changes?
Now what could I possibly want with that? Quite simple! I would like to forward the content of a global (in this case the "FSLog" global written by the FHIR implementation) while adding timestamps to it - to create some sort of file-based logging for it.
If I add the same patient data with a different unique ID then it inserts as new data using a POST request. So, In the FHIR server How can I prevent this kind of thing by using POST requests? Note:- I don't want to use a PUT request for the same. The main thing is I want to get a unique patient record. Que:- Is there any way to check data duplication on each FHIR resource?
The title says it all. I’m building an IRIS image with docker-compose using a separate Dockerfile. Pretty straightforward procedure: I import a Installer script inside the container containing a Installer Manifest I defined. Within the manifest, I create a namespace with code and data databases in separate locations. My intention is to keep the code database inside the container, so whenever I build the container, the imported code is replaced. The data, however, should be persistent.
I have performed the suggested steps given in the below link for IAM installation but got an error "docker. errors.NullResource: Resource ID was not provided  Failed to execute script docker-compose"
We are upgrading TrakCare from 2017 version to 2020, when I tried to reconnect our applications with new upgraded environment through IRIS ODBC driver instead of cahe ODBC driver I got this error: "the driver doesn't support the version of ODBC behavior that the application requested" while it is working fine with cache driver. Any help please ?
I am currently running a docker image with Iris 2021.1 and I would like to install node js on to it. I have had a look at the instructions on the intersystems online learning portal and I must say its very confusing. Some of the documentation says that you can only install it on 2019. Other parts say that it doesn't matter and you can install it if you have a dev directory. I checked my dev directory and there it isn't there. Sadly this is very inconsistent. Does anyone know if it is possible to install on the above mentioned version of Iris ?