Feb10

This article leverages discoveries from the 2+ year old article “Migrating Java CAPS 5/6 Assets to Oracle SOA Suite 11g – HL7 JCD to Spring Component Migration”, at http://blogs.czapski.id.au/2010/10/migrating-java-caps-56-assets-to-oracle-soa-suite-11g-hl7-jcd-to-spring-component-migration,  and presents a different method of reusing “HL7 Transformer JCD” code in a SOA or OSB solution. This method uses SOA Suite for healthcare integration, slightly […]

Feb03

This article may be of interest to these who would like to use the “SOA Suite for healthcare integration” HL7 v2 delimited message handling functionality in solutions similarly to how Oracle Java CAPS HL7 eWay-based solutions were built, perhaps as endpoints in a “Service Bus”-based infrastructure, or to these who would like to use the […]

Dec08

The archetypical “Hello World” solution in the HL7 v2 messaging world will consist of a HL7 v2 message receiver which writes the messages it receives to files in the file system. A more sophisticated solution will receive an inbound message and send it out to an external system, possibly transforming it before sending. This article […]

Nov11

The archetypical “Hello World” solution in the HL7 v2 messaging world will consist of a HL7 v2 message receiver which writes the messages it receives to files in the file system. This article works through the mechanics of configuring the “SOA Suite for healthcare integration” to receive HL7 v2.3.1 ADT messages as a Canonical Messages […]

Sep02

Each different domain, covered by HL7 v2 standard, has a set of message definitions which support message exchanges for a particular domain. Most of the message definitions for a domain share certain segments. Many of the segments are optional and perhaps not used in a particular messaging environment. In any but the simplest of HL7 […]

May28

I notice that people used to the eGate/Java CAPS way of doing things, when looking at migrating to the SOA Suite for HL7 messaging, are trying to reproduce the pattern “HL7v2Adapter?JMS Queue”. This is not necessary when using SOA Suite but can be done if one insists. This article walks through the process of implementing […]

Apr08

The Oracle SOA Suite 11g R1 B2B functionality can be used for HL7 v2.x delimited messaging, both inbound and outbound. I have a series of articles which provide step-by-step instructions for developing HL7 v2.x delimited messaging solutions for processing inbound and outbound messages, with varying ACK patterns – http://blogs.czapski.id.au/?s=hl7+soa+suite. This article discusses how an A19 […]

Oct06

This article is of potential interest to these Sun/SeeBeyond customers who have an investment in moderate and large Java Collaboration Definition-based transformation and mapping rules, and who are looking for ways to reuse as much as possible of the Java code involved, when migrating to the Oracle SOA Suite. The example developed in this article […]

Aug31

In this article I discuss and illustrate a “SOA-less” solution in which the Oracle SOA Suite 11g R2 B2B receives a stream of different HL7 v2 delimited messages types (A01 and A03) using a single inbound adapter. The messages are converted into their “equivalent” HL7 v2 XML messages. I say “SOA-less” because all the work […]

Aug30

In this article I discuss and illustrate a “SOA-less” solution which uses the Oracle SOA Suite 11g R2 B2B functionality to convert HL7 v2 delimited messages into their equivalent HL7 v2 XML messages. I say “SOA-less” because all the work is done entirely within the B2B part of the SOA Suite – no OSB or […]

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