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  • Delete File After Read? Use transactional Endpoints?

    HI guys! How does "Delete File After Read" and "Use Transactional Endpoints" work?
    Thanks
    Tonet

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    Re: Delete File After Read? Use transactional Endpoints?

    Delete File After Read - Mirth will delete the file it read in. If you specify a "move-to directory" the file will be moved first
    Use Transactional Endpoints - Any database destinations will be performed in a transaction
    Chris Lang

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      Re: Delete File After Read? Use transactional Endpoints?

      Hello chrisl!

      Can you be little bit more clear on transactional endpoints? What does it really do?

      And also what is the meaning of next checkbox after transactional endpoints - Synchronize channel? Couldn't find any info on that as well...

      Thank you really much in advance!!

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      • #4
        Re: Delete File After Read? Use transactional Endpoints?

        Transactional Endpoints:

        If you have two or more destinations that are Database Writers, it will create a transaction, such that if any error occurs in any of the database writes, it will roll back and un-do any previous database changes. The actual changes aren't committed to the database until the final statement is executed without error.

        Synchronize Channel:

        When checked, Mirth will use a single thread per message. If you have more than one destination, they will be executed in order and sequentially.
        When unchecked, Mirth will receive a message on a thread and then launch a new thread for each destination (up to the thread pool limits). There is no guarantee of destination ordering, however there is a speed increase.

        Custom response can not be used when a channel is not synchronized.

        Hope that helps!
        -Chris
        Chris Lang

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        • #5
          Re: Delete File After Read? Use transactional Endpoints?

          Yeah, that really makes sense! Now it's more than clear.

          I'll have more questions for you soon, as i'm writing my graduating work about Mirth usage.
          So I hope you can help me another time too.

          Thank you again!

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