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Umlauts and 'Delete File After Read'

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  • Umlauts and 'Delete File After Read'

    Hi,

    for testing purposes I created a very simple channel, which has a file reader as source and a single file writer as destination. No filters, no transformers, no scripts. I feed that channel with a sample HL7 which contains umlauts:

    Code:
    MSH|^~&|All41-LifeCure|GPM|Opus|OSM|200711140916||ADT^A31|20071114091657823199|P|2.5|
    EVN|A31|200711140916||||
    PID|1|0148295|48295||Cimecs^Peter äöüÄÖÜß^^^""||19631129|M|||Kaffgasse 7^^Städtle^^55619^DE||""||||||  291163C
    PV1|1|F|""||||""||||||||||||""||""||||||||||||||||||""|||||""|""|||||""
    The file writer generates the HL7 ( ${message.rawData} ). Wether the umlauts appear correctly in the generated HL7 depends on the setting of the source connector: "Delete File After Read". If set to "No", the umlauts appear correctly, if set to "Yes" the umlauts appear as "?".

    Is this intended? I'm using version 1.6.1.2750.

    Thanks in advance

    Post edited by: tosch, at: 11/14/2007 03:56
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