NextGen (Mirth) Connect 3.11.0 Released!

NextGen (Mirth) Connect 3.11.0 is now available as an appliance update and on our GitHub page. This release contains improvements to licensing and the NCPDP data type. It also includes various security fixes, general bug fixes, and improvements to commercial extensions. See the release notes for the complete list of fixes and improvements.

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Javascript/E4X interactive shell

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  • Javascript/E4X interactive shell

    If you're new to Javascript and E4X it may be useful to you to have an interactive Javascript shell to test your Mirth Javascript scripts:

    Using Firefox 1.5 you can start a shell from

    You can also start one from the command line (Tested on OSX):

    cd <Mirth Install Directory>/lib
    java -cp rhino-1.6r2.jar:«»xbean.jar:jsr173_1.0_api.jar
    What I usually do is take the XML transformed version of the message I am working on (get a copy from the a working channel) and assign it to a variable:

    var msg = <HL7Message><MSH> ;

    and then try out some loops and deletions of various parts of the message

    BTW: maybe this can be feature in Mirth in the future i.e., some sort of interactive Javascript scratchpad!

    - Jeremy

    Post edited by: rods, at: 08/24/2007 07:11

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    Do you know what the command line would be for Mirth Connect Server



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      Mirth uses Rhino: you can see how you can use it on command line and debug here -