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Converting Curl command to HTTP sender in Mirth Channel (CSV to HTTP Sender) RESOLVED

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  • Skynet
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  • pacmano
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    I missed the error in your first post (I just expected a screenshot, not an xml export).

    I doubt the container name resolves in the mirth instance.

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  • pacmano
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    Also the URL hostname of the curl command you posted does not match the channel you posted.

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  • pacmano
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    I don’t think you have ever posted the error

    and I asked you for a sample file which you never posted.

    You are making it hard to help you

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  • Skynet
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  • pacmano
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    This curl command (note this forum adds spaces in the command):

    curl --data-binary @template_import.csv "localhost:3000/api/dataValueSets?dataElementIdScheme=code&orgUnitIdSc heme=code&categoryOptionComboIdScheme=code&dryRun= false&importStrategy=CREATE" -H "Content-Type:application/csv" -u admin:district


    The curl set up:

    2022-06-09_21-59.png
    What the other side sees:

    2022-06-09_21-59_1.png

    The mirth setup:

    1) set your source reader to binary, not text.
    2) remove the "?" like siddharth said.
    3) Set pre-emptive

    What the other side sees:

    2022-06-09_22-02.png


    Screenshot of both since font size make it look different:


    2022-06-09_22-05.png


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  • Skynet
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  • pacmano
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    Post a sample dataset to send to the channel. I wrote that above.

    It's a bit hard to help becase we don't know the endpint software that you are calling, can your provide a link to their API specs?

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  • pacmano
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    I arleady mentioend to send these to yourself, your calls don't match.

    To get better help:

    Post a full channel export.
    Post a sample dataset to send to the channel.

    2022-06-09_21-22.png

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  • Skynet
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  • siddharth
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    I think there should not be any question mark on the URL.If I remember it would come automatically because you are using query Params.

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  • pacmano
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    You can of course likely find some other tool that is just a "dumb" listener which is the main objective here - i.e. to show you the raw http post as received by the other side.

    The echo server I mentioned assumes you have intereactive access to see the output. That is possible of course for a container. There are also containers on docker hub that provide an echo service.

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