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We invite you to take part in the European Healthcare Hackathon 2021 which will take place on November 19-21 2021. Participation is free, the deadline for applications to the ON-LINE track is prolonged until 15 NOV.
We will have an InterSystems challenge there: "Innovate with FHIR". Prize fund in InterSystems track:
🥇1st place: 1500 EUR 🥈2nd place: 1000 EUR 🥉3rd place: 500 EUR And we prepared prizes for ALL participants of our challenge!
Read the details about our challenge under the pic :) Are you in? Let us know in the poll below!
Hello everybody! We’re happy to announce a new way to download Community Edition kits of InterSystems IRIS and IRIS for Health. The Community Edition is a no-cost developer edition that makes it easy to start developing solutions with IRIS. You can now download these kits through the Evaluation service: evaluation.intersystems.com.
A vendor is sending an HL7 message where they are hitting the enter key within the field. I am looking for a way to concatenate the lines. I want to know if there id a way to search the field for a carriage return and piece together the field. This is an example of what they are sending:
NTE|1||Fake Interpretation A Overall Summary. Patient presents with abnormal SR and RHR.
Fake Interpretation B 80/120
Fake Interpretation C - HR 55 BPM|
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.
Looking at my old articles recently. I saw an undeservedly forgotten program that can significantly increase the security of your system by not allowing the user to use old passwords when changing.
To meet the requirements of section 8.2.5 PCI DSS "Prohibit the use of old passwords", a small application has been implemented that will be launched by the system when a user tries to change a password and check if it was used before.
EnsLib.HL7.Adapter.TCPInboundAdapter has a Connected property that I assume is set to the state of the connection session with the remote host; i.e. 1 when Connected, 0 when not. I'm assuming this is the property the Production Configuration web page uses to display the state of the service (green for Connected, red for not Connected, etc.).
How can I interrogate the value of that property of an active service, via a method running in separate process?
(It really seems like I should know this, but I'm just not finding the right magical incantation)