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SSH framework is a relatively representative framework of Java, which was popular many years ago. There are Struts+Spring+hibernate and Spring MVC+Spring+hibernate. Of course, I used the second one in college. If I can connect IRIS to Hibernate as a library, does it also mean that IRIS can be developed using SSH framework in theory?
I'm sharing a tool for data ingestion that we have used in some projects.
DataPipe is an interoperability framework for data ingestion in InterSystems IRIS in a flexible way. It allows you to receive data from external sources, normalize and validate the information and finally perform whatever operation you need with your data.
Say you have a receiving system that accepts HL7 and provides error messages in field ERR:3.9 in the ACK it returns. You require a different reply code action depending on the error message, however the Reply Code Actions settings for the operation do not provide this level of granularity. One option could be to create a process that takes the ACK and then completes the action you were expecting, however things can get a bit messy if the action is to retry the message, especially when trying to view a message trace.