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  • Lab result files located in many directories

    Hi,

    I have multiple directories to read for processing the results file.

    In the Source Tab of Mirth , after selecting Connector Type as File Reader, the directory can be selected.

    Is it possible to give a filter pattern for directory name? (Filename has filter pattern)

    If not, how do I process files in multiple directories.

    I do appreciate your help.

    Thanks,

    Prasad

  • #2
    Having same issue

    Hey Prasad, were you able to get some solution for this other then putting all the files in the same directory?

    If so, please let me know.. i am having the same issue..

    I also heard that Mirth can filter files only by name or extension so i am not sure whether this feature is available with mirth

    Originally posted by pkumar87 View Post
    Hi,

    I have multiple directories to read for processing the results file.

    In the Source Tab of Mirth , after selecting Connector Type as File Reader, the directory can be selected.

    Is it possible to give a filter pattern for directory name? (Filename has filter pattern)

    If not, how do I process files in multiple directories.

    I do appreciate your help.

    Thanks,

    Prasad

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    • #3
      Well, you could set up multiple file reader channels, one for each directory, and use a channel writer destination, then define a channel with a Channel Reader source with all of your processing code in it and point all of the file readers to it.... This seems to me like it would be a bit clunky and unpredictable, since you won't be sure what messages are processed in what order.

      For a little background info, what is the reason for having results located in multiple directories? Knowing more about your implementation may help suggest a reasonable solution.

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