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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
We are upgrading from Cache to IRIS this weekend and I was curious what version of IRIS I need to download. Once our system is live on IRIS, I will no longer be able to use Ensemble. If anyone knows the version of IRIS and could pass that along to me, it would be much appreciated.
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 ?
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?
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.
I've faced a problem that happens while debugging a process in VSCode. It doesn't seem to matter if this is in a container, on my development VM, or against a locally installed version of IRIS. The problem seems to be mostly with X12 Documents.
So, in a debug session, I can dump out a value to the debug console and it loos correct. The same variable in VSCode appears to be some uninitialized memory location.
This is the seventh in a series of releases that are part of the developer preview program for 2022.2 Future preview releases are expected to be updated biweekly and we will add features as they are ready. Many updates, fixes and enhancements have been added in 2022.2, in SQL management, cloud integration, Kafka and JMS adapters, the SQL Loader, and other areas.
We are trying to do a small POC trying to integrate NHS Careconnect with Ensemble/Healthconnect. Does anyone have implemented this before. It would be good that you provide some suggestions or any sample implementation. It would be good to get suggestions any interesting use cases
I need to add some extensions to the HS.FHIR.vSTU3,Model.Resource.Patient class and then use those extensions to convert incoming FHIR JSON to the FHIR Patient Resource and Likewise add functionality to create A FHIR Patient (target class) from my patient database into the FHIR Patient Resource Object (target class)
many months ago I found a tutorial that explained all of this but can no longer find that tutorial.