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  • HL7 stream to XML files

    Hello everyone,

    How would I go about creating a transform to dump the HL7 stream to individual XML files? This will be for ADT information and each file would be for each patient.

    Thanks,

    Mike

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    Re:HL7 stream to XML files

    What do you understand as "HL7 stream" ? ┬┐An MLLP incoming ?

    It depends on how are you getting the ADT information: it's easy if you want to save each message into a different file, and complex if you wnat to split a message into more than one file.

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    • #3
      Re:HL7 stream to XML files

      Thank you for the quick reponse.

      As I understand it, the incoming connection will be MLP.

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      • #4
        Re:HL7 stream to XML files

        Can anyone provide me with any more information or point in the right direction?

        Please let me know if more info is necessary.

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        • #5
          Re:HL7 stream to XML files

          You should be able to create a channel such that:

          - LLP listener to receive messages
          - File writer to save messages
          - The file writer destination will use the transformed data (which is Mirths internal XML representation of HL7) as its content.

          Try that, if you get stuck post again. I will keep an eye on this thread and help out.
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          • #6
            Re:HL7 stream to XML files

            Thank you very much. I'll give it a shot once I begin receiveing the HL7 feed.

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