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  • Does Mirth implement MTOM?

    Am being asked by a colleague if Mirth supports MTOM (Message Transmission Optimization Mechanism), an approach for efficiently handling binary data in SOAP messages. I thought I remembered seeing something in one of the forums here but can't find it. I think the answer is yes but am looking for some confirmation and some guidance an how to indicate MTOM is being used in a Mirth SOAP connector. Does anyone have any experience using MTOM in conjunction with Mirth? Thanks.

  • #2
    This will be included in the next release of Mirth.
    Daniel Svanstedt
    Software Engineer
    Mirth Corporation

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    • #3
      Are you referring to 1.9 or 2.0? When do you guys plan on deploying this version of Mirth? I am most interested in performing IHE ITI transactions, are there any plans to make these easier to send/receive?

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      • #4
        It's in 2.0. Beta release should be within the next month or so. If you want to implement the IHE ITI transactions you could use the OHT IHE Profiles library within Mirth to do your IHE transactions.
        Daniel Svanstedt
        Software Engineer
        Mirth Corporation

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        • #5
          Thanks Dan, Ill give that a shot.

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          • #6
            Dan is correct. You can expect the Mirth Connect 2.0 beta very soon, but it will definitely only be a beta. If you plan on using it then you should consider yourself a beta tester and not consider using it in production until a final release is available.

            Mirth Connect 2.0 has an entirely new Web Service connector that replaces the old SOAP connector.
            Jacob Brauer
            Director, Software Development
            NextGen Healthcare

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            • #7
              Originally posted by jacobb View Post
              Mirth Connect 2.0 has an entirely new Web Service connector that replaces the old SOAP connector.
              Will we have to redevelop our existing SOAP connector ??
              Will there be documentaion about the required changes?
              Or will old channels automagically be converted on import?
              JJ Mouris
              FFE Luxembourg
              IT-Department

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              • #8
                Originally posted by mourisj View Post
                Will we have to redevelop our existing SOAP connector ??
                Will there be documentaion about the required changes?
                Or will old channels automagically be converted on import?
                For the most part it will be migrated. On the sender your channel will be disabled, since it will require you editing it, clicking a "fetch wsdl" type button, and then saving your channel again. There will be upgrade documentation stating the changes and requirements to upgrade.
                Jacob Brauer
                Director, Software Development
                NextGen Healthcare

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