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Before I run down the "overengineered solution" path, I wanted to throw this out to the group.
We will be receiving HL7 messages via TCP/MLLP that have a PDF document stored in a single OBX segment. As the volume is expected to be somewhat high and the documents could be megabytes in size, it would be preferable to save the PDF payload to disk and replace it with a filesystem path before IRIS does it's first Save%. The idea being that we would than implement an OnDelete that would remove the file when the HL7 message is purged.
I have a Business Process where I am receiving a JSON payload in the "Body" property of the my request class. I defined a context variable as an object of a class that represents the JSON schema I expect to receive and load the JSON payload in that context variable.
I am trying to populate a table using the sql Data Import Wizard. The input file is a tab delimited text file. But the import keeps failing with a 104 error showing validation for the columns which use %Library.TimeStamp and %Boolean datatypes is failing. Yet when I insert values into the table through a SQL insert command, the values get saved correctly in the table.
For the TimeStamp format in the wizard form, I am choosing YYYY-MM-DD-HH:MI:SS because there was no option for this format: YYYY-MM-DD HH:MM:SS.
I've been tasked with an interface that needs to supply some additional metadata for the indexing of HL7v2 messages. After toying with a couple of ideas, I thought that it would be useful to subclass EnsLib.HL7.Message, add a %DynamicObject property, and store the metadata in it (it ends up getting sent to the target in JSON form anyway).
New to Health Connect so please forgive me if this is a stupid question! Is there a specific error code returned when a user initiates an abort from the jobs tab of the business host? I want to be able to treat the Abort as Completed due to our complex business process. Currently, hitting abort just retries the message to the same business operation. Want I want to do is provide the error code used by the Abort (if there is one) and treat it as OK
For some reason one of my productions can't be stopped, it only goes to the suspended state. This is an issue because now I'm not able to start any of my other productions. How can I force the suspended production to stop? I have tried Do ##class(Ens.Director).StopProduction() in the terminal, but I get an error the class doesn't exist.
I would like to merge json files. From a BPL we're running an operation to get data from a REST service cursors. We would like to run the REST calls until no cursor is present in the response of the rest call.
This works fine, but I would like to combine/merge the json outcome and write it to the disk.
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"
I am trying to delete a field based on a value in one of the subfields. I would like to remove the below Field with the Field value "Field8". I know how to find the number of fields and iterate. If I just use "" I still get a tilde at the end.