Are there any plans to bring the FHIR capabilities to the EM channel - 2020.1.x? While I appreciate the difference between CD/EM models, these FHIR updates could be critical for those of us that have to stick to the EM model (particularly the FHIR R4 and FHIR Server changes) without needing to wait until a 2021.x release.

For anyone reading this in the future, this was acknowledged as a bug by the WRC - devchange JGM926. Scheduled for 2020.2 release (subject to change.)

Simple workaround, pointed out by Gertjan's answer, is to store the value to a local variable and use the local variable in the case statement.

Good morning Gertjan - 

Thanks for confirming my suspicions re: a potential bug. Yes, I'm aware of the availability of local variables, certainly not a new user of InterSystems' products hence my confusion when what I suspected should work, based on my prior experiences, did not.

Since the 'case' is a conditional and usually treated like a shorthand 'if' in compilers, I had thought the IRIS compiler would boil it down much the same

I will open a WRC incident to let them know of the issue and utilize a workaround for now. Many thanks for your help proving I wasn't crazy!

Thanks for your response - here is a snippet that doesn't compile:

ERROR: FAIS.DTL.MyDtlName.cls(Transform+11) #1011: Invalid name : '(source.Items.(i).ItemNumber=".1")' : Offset:21

You see it appears to be complaining about the reference to the source object (at least if I'm reading the error right... maybe I'm not!)

If I change line 3 (edit: and line 4 and 5 too, of course, as appropriate) to source.Items.GetAt(i).ItemNumber=".1", it works as it should and compiles and runs perfectly. But as you point out, the compiler should boil that down for me.

Here's the source:

From your screenshot, I see you're using a custom message class ORMFARM.amplitudeHTTPRequest. Have you extended the class to include  Ens.Request? 

I recently had a similar project and to get the request and response message bodies to show in trace, I had to include Ens.Request and Ens.Response (respectively) in my class definition:

Class MyRequestClassExample Extends (Ens.Request, Ens.Util.MessageBodyMethods, %JSON.Adaptor)


Property Example As %String;


In our research with the security team and Windows server team, the advisory indicates that there are additional options provided to require the TLS/SSL bind but it is not automatically turned on for existing servers. The InterSystems advisory above (and what was sent out via email) makes it sound like this will cause immediate failure on all existing configurations, but that doesn't appear to be the case after review. Is this correct?

We are based on AIX 7.2 so the other challenge is that we use a round-robin DNS hostname to access the AD LDAP servers (ldap.ourdomain.example) but the certs for the servers the round-robin passes off to are 3 different servers. InterSystems only provides a single field for a PEM cert. Will it accept a concatenated PEM cert containing the info for all three servers? We have had to use this approach previously for Java keystores authenticating through LDAP.

Does it need to be the 16.1 (or greater) XL C fileset (we have a lesser installed)? And just the runtime or the compilation as well? Verifying for our systems' guys.

Appreciate the response but what I'm looking to do is convert RTF to PDF and then base64 encode it.

Has anyone had success using this or a similar solution running Health Connect/HealthShare on an AIX 7.2 platform? LibreOffice does not provide AIX-specific packages.

Good morning Eric -

The logical operator for OR in a DTL is a double pipe - || - whereas an AND is a double ampersand - &&.


So in your case, I'd recommend an IF/ELSE block 

IF source.PROP45 = "whatever" || source.PROP45 = "whateverelse"

set target.{PD1.AdvanceDirectiveCode(1).identifierST}     trueoption


set target.{PD1.AdvanceDirectiveCode(1).identifierST}      falseoption

There are also some built in functions the DTL editor provides to do it all in one line. It comes down to preference on readability, in my opinion. 

EDIT - here's an example using the AND operator in the DTL (&&) but in much the same way, you could use an OR (||) operator.