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many to one channel setup in 1.6.1

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  • many to one channel setup in 1.6.1

    I just found and downloaded mirth and set up a couple interfaces, but I can't figure out how to do the following:

    On our EGate server, we have a couple many-to-one interfaces. Say, HIS ADT to Lab and our Reference Lab Registration ADT to Lab. They both merge in EGate and go out the same socket to the Lab system.

    In mirth, how would you implement 2 incoming TCP connections sending messages to one TCP destination? Channels are always incoming, right?

    Do you create, say, a LLP channel just for all the incoming ADT's into Lab with a destination TCP Sender to Lab, and then create 1 channel for incoming HIS ADT, and 1 channel for Ref Lab Registration ADT both with the same destination LLP as the Lab ADT LLP channel? Can destinations share the same socket/port?

    I hope this makes sense.

    Thanks and great work on this product, btw.

    -cp

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    Re:many to one channel setup in 1.6.1

    OK, I think I just anwered my own question. You use Channel Readers and Writers. Didn't see those initially.

    -cp

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      Re:many to one channel setup in 1.6.1

      panickc wrote:
      OK, I think I just anwered my own question. You use Channel Readers and Writers. Didn't see those initially.

      -cp
      Sounds right.

      You have two 'incoming' channels which read from LLP and write to the 'outbound' channel.

      The 'outbound' channel is a channel reader and sends to eGate via LLP (or whatever).
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