Class HS.Local.Example.ProcessBPL Extends Ens.BusinessProcessBPL
{ Storage Default
{
<Type>%Storage.Persistent</Type>
} /// BPL Definition
XData BPL [ XMLNamespace = "http://www.intersystems.com/bpl]
{
<process language='objectscript' request='EnsLib.HTTP.GenericMessage' response='EnsLib.HTTP.GenericMessage' height='2000' width='2000' >
<context>
<property name='SuccessResponse' type='%String' instantiate='0' >
<parameters>
<parameter name='MAXLEN'  value='50' />
</parameters>
</property>
<property name='ConvertedStream' type='Ens.StreamContainer' instantiate='0' />
</context>
<sequence xend='200' yend='1000' >
<code name='ConvertedStream' xpos='200' ypos='250' >
<![CDATA[ If 1=request.%IsA("Ens.StreamContainer") {
   Set context.ConvertedStream = request
 }
 If 1=request.%IsA("EnsLib.HTTP.GenericMessage") {
   Set context.ConvertedStream = ##class(Ens.StreamContainer).%New()
   Set context.ConvertedStream.Stream = ##class(%GlobalCharacterStream).%New()
   Set tSC = context.ConvertedStream.Stream.CopyFrom(request.Stream)
   Set context.ConvertedStream.OriginalFilename = $Piece(request.HTTPHeaders.GetAt("RawParams"),"=",2)
 }
 If 1=request.%IsA("EnsLib.Kafka.Message") {
   Set context.ConvertedStream = ##class(Ens.StreamContainer).%New()
   Set context.ConvertedStream.Stream = ##class(%GlobalCharacterStream).%New()
   Set tSC = context.ConvertedStream.Stream.Write(request.value)
   Set context.ConvertedStream.OriginalFilename = request.key
   Set tSC = context.ConvertedStream.%Save()
 }]]>
</code>
<if name='Check Test Transaction' condition='context.ConvertedStream.OriginalFilename="TEST.txt"' xpos='200' ypos='350' xend='200' yend='700' >
<false>
<code name='Store Document' xpos='335' ypos='500' disabled="false">
<![CDATA[ Set tSC = ##class(HS.Local.VA.eSCM.FMS.Util).StoreStream(context.ConvertedStream,context.ConvertedStream)]]>
</code>
<call name='Call ToIrisMail Operation' target='ToIrisMail' async='0' xpos='335' ypos='600' >
<request type='Ens.StreamContainer>
<assign property="callrequestvalue="context.ConvertedStreamaction="set" />
</request>
<response type='EnsLib.HTTP.GenericMessage/>
</call>
</false>
</if>
<code name='setting of success response' xpos='200' ypos='800' >
<![CDATA[ Set context.SuccessResponse = ""
 If 1=request.%IsA("EnsLib.HTTP.GenericMessage") {
   Set tmp = ##class(%Library.GlobalBinaryStream).%New()
   Set tSC = tmp.Write("File received successfully")
   Set tSC = tmp.%Save()
   Set context.SuccessResponse=##class(EnsLib.HTTP.GenericMessage).%New(tmp,,request.HTTPHeaders)
   Do context.SuccessResponse.HTTPHeaders.SetAt("HTTP/1.1 200 OK","StatusLine")
   Set tSC = context.SuccessResponse.%Save()
 }]]>
</code>
<assign name="send response back" property="responsevalue="context.SuccessResponseaction="set" xpos='200' ypos='900' />
</sequence>
</process>
} }
 

Hi, Martin,

You receive a request via EnsLib.Http.GenericService. I assume you pass the EnsLib.HTTP.GenericMessage request object to a business process. I think you look for an example how to return the response. Let me look for an example ...

Joe,

If your input is a JSON file, the business service could be a File Service which passes Ens.StreamContainer request object to a business process where you could transform the request to an HL7 message which can be sent to a HL7 operation.

Hello, Scott, ZSTOP can be used to define additional code you want to run at shutdown. The normal shutdown will still happen if you have ZSTOP routine.

I just logged in containers.intersystems.com from browser. Somehow podman login does not work. I see images under arbiter. I think you should try to add a tag to your run such as arbiter:2023.1.0.185.0 ...

I just searched history and found these commands somebody else had used. Maybe some could help you:

sudo podman login containers.intersystems.com

sudo podman search containers.intersystems.com/intersystems/irishealth

sudo podman image list  containers.intersystems.com/intersystems/irishealth

sudo podman pull containers.intersystems.com/intersystems/webgateway-arm64:2022.2.0.372.0

sudo podman search --list-tags containers.intersystems.com/intersystems/arbiter-arm64

I just tried the same command and I got unauthorized error. The client does not have permission for manifest. Did you login to containers.intersystems.com before you tried the podman run?

My team uses Podman to build images and run containers. What exactly are you trying to accomplish? podman and docker should be mostly interchangeable. If you have a docker run command, you should be able to do the same using podman instead of docker