NextGen (Mirth) Connect 3.10.0 Released!

NextGen (Mirth) Connect 3.10.0 is now available as an appliance update and on our GitHub page. This release includes better SQL Server database support, security improvements through fixes and library updates, and improvements for the Advanced Clustering plugin with a focus on improving performance of many of the tasks that are carried out on a frequent interval. See the release notes for the list of fixes and updates.

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Mirth & HTTPS SOAP transports

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  • Mirth & HTTPS SOAP transports

    Does Mirth support HTTPS SOAP transports (/HTTPS Authentication on POST)? If so how can we configure such a channel with a username and password to send a base64 encoded HL7 messages to the SOAP receiver.

    Post edited by: anna, at: 06/14/2007 06:47

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    Re:Mirth & HTTPS SOAP transports

    From the recent Webinar (by the way - nice job), it was stated that SSL (for http, soap) wasn't supported in Mirth. But the WebReach appliance did support SSL. Can someone from WebReach/Mirth please confirm. What we're doing for our Mirth prototyping is to run the HTTPS through Mule as a proxy and then in/out of Mirth as plain HTTP. And I guess one could put a hardware load balancer out in front of Mirth and have it terminate the SSL for Mirth.



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      Re:Mirth & HTTPS SOAP transports

      Yes, SSL isn't supported directly in Mirth. The appliances do feature an SSL wrapper as Chad stated. You can run your own SSL wrappers in front of Mirth if needed.
      Chris Lang


      • #4
        Re:Mirth & HTTPS SOAP transports

        Thank you Chad and Chris for the confirmation.

        Looking at the option of running the wrapper in front of mirth / running HTTPS through MULE as a proxy, how does one go about creating the proxy in Mule? Once this is done how can Mirth link up to the proxy? I know this is not really related to Mirth but am lost.

        Thank you