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Customizing ACKs Problem

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  • Customizing ACKs Problem

    Hello everyone,

    I have the following situation:

    I use "LLP listener" and "Database Writer" as connectors in order to work on HL7 ORU-Messages. After the message has been processed, Mirth should send the folowing ACK:

    Code:
    MSH|^~\&|NUR||Infinity||200212021207||ACK^R01|99011716090716963683|P|2.3
    MSA|AA|02110212073000458038|

    That ACK is slightly different than the default ACKs that Mirth sends (In the MSH-Segment it is ACK instead of ACK^R01) there.

    So I wanted to customize my ACK-Message. I chose Source Tab --> Respond From --> Destination 1 and then I want to put my template ACK in the Transformer of Destination 1, but there is already a template for the ORU-Message that I should persist in the DB.

    I tried using the Mapper-->Responce Map step but there is no place for the template ACK-message either. Do you know where to paste the sample ACK? How does Responce Map work(where do I get the Variable from)?


    Do you know how to manage the situation the best way?


    Thanks for any advice!

    Svetlomir

    PSI already created a new destination and put my template ACK-Message there but now the sending application gets two ACKs - the default ACK and the template-ACK (on a different port.)) So it didn't solve the problem

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    Re:Customizing ACKs Problem

    Take a look at the "Re:How to send response message upong receiving a" thread
    http://www.mirthproject.org/index.ph...0&limitstart=0

    I think they doing what you need.

    HTH.

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