Hey everyone.

From speaking with WRC, it would appear that the defaults are used.

I've cobbled the following together from other posts that come close to this (for example, here and here) and running each line in terminal should disable all the services from the production in the namespace you run it in:

zn "NAMEOFNAMESPACEHERE"

Set tRS = ##class(%ResultSet).%New("Ens.Config.Production:EnumerateConfigItems")

Set tStatus = tRS.%Execute("Production.Name.Here", 1)

While tRS.%Next(.tStatus) {set sc = ##class(Ens.Director).EnableConfigItem(tRS.%Get("ConfigName"), 0, 1)}

Line 1 sets your namespace, 2 and 3 bring back the list of services (the flag set to 1 on the third line specifies listing the services, setting this to 3 will bring all operations)

Line 4 is a while loop to iterate through the result set and to then use Ens.Director.EnableConfigItem to disable the config item by name (flag 1 is the enable/disable flag, and the second is to tell it to update the production).

This could probably be made nicer and more efficient (eg. disabling all of the config names without updating the production and then updating the production once using "##class(Ens.Director).UpdateProduction()" to avoid doing it once per entry) however I hope it works as a starting point.

I believe that the HL7 Router which you are using to send to the operation should have a configuration item for setting the response target (called ResponseTargetConfigNames).

So the route the message would take is:

Hey Scott.

If you were open to having a Service in your production which is what your function sends its two variables (and the service then passes it onto your Operation) you could have something like this:

ClassMethod SendPage(PagerNumber As %String, Message As %String) As %Status
{
    //The String passed to Ens.Director must match a service name within the active production
    set tsc = ##class(Ens.Director).CreateBusinessService("Pager From Function Service",.tService)
    
    if ($IsObject(tService))
    {
        set input = ##class(osuwmc.Page.DataStructures.Page).%New()
        set input.PagerNumber = PagerNumber
        Set input.Message = Message
        
        set tsc = tService.ProcessInput(input)
        Quit tsc
                
    }
    else
    { 
    Quit 0
    }
}

and then you have a custom service that looks a little like this:

Class osuwmc.Services.PageService Extends Ens.BusinessService
{
Property TargetConfigName As Ens.DataType.ConfigName;

Parameter SETTINGS = "TargetConfigName";

Method OnProcessInput(pRequest As osuwmc.Page.DataStructures.Page) As %Status
{
    set tsc=..SendRequestAsync(..TargetConfigName, pRequest)
    
    Quit tsc
}

}

Then when you add the service to your production (remembering to match it to the name declared in the service code), you can select your target operation as a config item, and when the function is triggered it should go Function -->Service-->Operation.

Edit: my Service Class example had an error in the SETTINGS parameter, I have corrected it. 

Hey Scott.

I think you can achieve this by setting the second parameter to a comma delimted list of the request names, and then pass each value afterwards (in the same order you have the names).

For example:

Method Sample(pReq As osuwmc.Page.DataStructures.Page, Output pResp As %Net.HttpResponse) As %Status
{

    Set FormItems = "PNo,PMsg"
    
    set tSC = ..Adapter.Post(.tResponse,FormItems,pReq.PagerNumber,pReq.Message)

    if ('tSC)

    {

        $$$LOGERROR(tSC)

    }

    quit tSC

}

Hey Mufsi, I had this happen to me and according to WRC this is a known issue fixed in 2020.1.1.

It is caused by an attempt to get an exclusive lock on a specific node for the mirrored database (which is read only) where the task is being scheduled.

There is an alternative workaround to the steps you took by using the ^TASKMGR interface from the %SYS namespace in a Terminal session as it doesn't try to perform any write operations on the read-only mirror databases.

Just to expand on Davids response - the File Outbound adapter will create a new file per message assuming the filename settings are configured so that the filenames it produces are unique per message.

If you were to set the Filename property to a specific value rather than use the timestamp specifiers (so for example set it so that the filename is output.txt) then each message should write the data at the end of the file, giving you a single file with all of the entries.

Then in that case, I believe so.

My expectation is that setting the AckMode of your service to "Application" should send your operation the HL7 message and then wait for the ACK your Operation gets to then use as an ACK to the sending application.

Hey Yone - there's a few things going on here, but I'll try to explain as best I can.

For starters, calling "request.GetValueAt("5:3.2")" is returning to you the value of segment "3.2" of whatever is row 5 of your inbound message. If in your case this is an OBX, then this is only returning the content of OBX:3.2 (Which is some variation of Observation Identifier Text).

When you are then outputting the entire HL7 message to a string and then running "$PIECE(request.OutputToString(), "OBX", 2)" you are getting every character in the string after the literal text "OBX"

So if we use this fake message as an example:

MSH|blahblahblah
PID|blahblahblah
OBR|blahblahblah
NTE|1|blahblahblah
OBX|1|ST|NA^SODIUM^L||139|mmol/L|136-145|N|||F

Calling "request.GetValueAt("5:3.2")" and then evaluating its length would give you 6, as OBX:3.2 is "SODIUM" in the above. If you then output the above into a string and then checked the length of the output from "$PIECE(request.OutputToString(), "OBX", 2)"  you would be evaluating all that is highlighted above.

Now with that being said, it is not a good idea to make assumptions that a specific row within a message will be a set segment type. Certainly in my case, all it would take is for a few NTE segments to be present in a message, and "5:3.2" could easily be part of an OBR or NTE.