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  • Better dokumentation for Mirth Connect through HTML-Table

    Hello, I am working on a script to generate a HTML Table of the Mirth channel configuration XML via xpath for a better human readable overview of our current documentation of ports / smb Shares / hosts etc. without touching the MC database.

    Anyone else intresseted in this feature, then I could upload my progress on a open git hub repository and share with you?
    Last edited by con; 09-02-2019, 12:35 AM.
    Work for a NPO health care provider in Berlin
    • Current Version of MC 3.4.1.770 with the onboard MySQL Database on a Windows Server 2012 R2

  • #2
    Yes, I am very interested. Thanx in advance for sharing!

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    • #3
      https://github.com/con-cis/mc-docu/
      Work for a NPO health care provider in Berlin
      • Current Version of MC 3.4.1.770 with the onboard MySQL Database on a Windows Server 2012 R2

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      • #4
        You might want to take a look at this: https://github.com/leovander/connect-stats

        Live demo at: https://leovander.github.io/connect-stats/

        Sample backup file at: https://github.com/leovander/connect...0-%203.5.1.xml

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        • #5
          Really good looking. Didn't knew that there already exists a solution. unfortunately not working with my backup XMLs

          Code:
          [ "Could not get element (channelTag)
          Line: 427
          TypeError: document is undefined", "Error Parsing XML Export
          Line: 198
          TypeError: channelTagsXML is undefined" ]
          Work for a NPO health care provider in Berlin
          • Current Version of MC 3.4.1.770 with the onboard MySQL Database on a Windows Server 2012 R2

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          • #6
            Ah, yeah. I see you're on version 3.4, and the code was written against 3.5. I think there were changes made to tags in between those versions.

            Maybe you can still use this as a starting point for what you are trying to do?

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            • #7
              have finished the project for MC 3.4.x stats with my approach. you can download it on the github link above.

              when we get a new MC Version, I'll have a closer look at connect_stats project by leovander
              Work for a NPO health care provider in Berlin
              • Current Version of MC 3.4.1.770 with the onboard MySQL Database on a Windows Server 2012 R2

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