Hi Community...I am trying figure this out any help appreciated. Thanks in advance
The service is a file passthrough that picks up a PDF and then uses the BPL code below to create the rest wrapper and sends the stream data. I am not grabbing the stream from the inbound correctly, "request.Stream" or "request.StreamFC" always produces the following error.
Here is what is sent and returned in the message..
is there a way to remove a specific property path from a DICOM document created within Ensemble/IRIS for Health etc. I had a look at class EnsLib.DICOM.Document to see if there is something like RemoveAt.
The reason for my question resides in the need to filter certain fields for specific DICOM devices. Maybe you have an idea?
I've successfully installed and configured the custom MESH API supplied by intersystems. I'm able to send HTML rendered documents directly to GP's using Kettering.xml.
Ideally, I'd like to be able to send PDF/RTF files rather than HTML. Is this possible and if so can I still use Kettering xml? I know FHIR is the preferred method of transmission but i've tried sending a test FHIR message through MESH to EMIS but it's not displaying so I'm not sure if EMIS is able to display FHIR formatted messages.
InterSystems SAM is a great tool to monitor your InterSystems IRIS and InterSystems IRIS For Health clusters on prem or in a cloud environment. This article describes how you can implement a customized alert handler. This is currently an undocumented and most likely an unknown feature of InterSystems SAM. With future releases it will be probably made easier to leverage this useful concept.
I'm trying to find solutions to a problem that's becoming quite boring. On only one namespace, the sudio is very slow. The studio freezes completely for 5-10 seconds when I save or compile a class. Sometimes it also freezes for no apparent reason at a random time... It stops when I change namespace...
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This is a demo to make use of a simple WebSocket Client with Embedded Python in IRIS.
To continue my series of WebSocket Client I have added an example written in Python.
The most impressive experience was how easy the writing and testing of the client was
which happened total offline from IRIS.
Embedding, running and feeding the client with data from IRIS was also incredibly simple.