We are experimenting with IIS, as the PWS will be gone in newer versions.

The code which is executed, takes 15ms to run. If we execute it through PWS (REST), there is some overhead and the total execution time is 40ms, which is acceptable. However, if we go through IIS, it takes 150ms or sometimes even more.

Both PWS and IIS are running on the same server as IRIS in this case. No optimisations have been done on IIS.

Any suggestions on where to look/what to optimize on IIS?

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I'm trying to configure an SSL/TSL configuration in our test environment so we can send ADT messages to an external server. I've verified connectivity/firewall to the external server.

type is set to Client, Server certificate verification is set to Require.

I have received a certificate from the external supplier and linked that in the "File containing trusted Certificate Authjority certificate" field. (I've also imported it into the cert store and tried using %OSCertificateStore).

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Hi Team,

I am trying to use the inbuilt class: EnsLib.HL7.Service.FileService to pass through an HL7 ADT message as a part of an HL7 to FHIR transformation. We have a client requirement, where we are receiving an NTE segment as a part of the ADT message. I am trying to map the NTE segment to an OBX Segment. I need to implement a counter for OBX segment whenever a NTE segment is found and map the NTE fields to the new OBX segment

How do I implement the counter for OBX?



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I have succesfully installed IRIS client on MacOS (see bottom half of this post). What's next? How do I access the menu to launch IRIS Client, access Studio, and connect to remote server etc??




$$> sudo sh /Users/xxx/Downloads/HealthConnect-2023.1.3.517.0-macx64/irisinstall_client


Your system type is 'Mac OS X/x86/64-bit'.

Enter a destination directory for client components.

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I want to customized retry frequency of transaction so that 503 error can be prevented while pushing FHIR bundle to the LFS.

How do I achieve this?

Reference the following algorithm to increase the retry interval of IRIS transaction

An exponential backoff algorithm retries requests exponentially, increasing the waiting time between retries up to a maximum backoff time. The following algorithm implements truncated exponential backoff with jitter:

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