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Old 11-27-2014, 12:54 AM
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Question Mirth 3, only saving message data when error

Hey people,
we're just starting to convert from Mirth 2.X to 3.X.

In version 2 there was the option of Messages / store message data / with errors only (on the summary tab)

I can't seem to find that option in 3.X, it saves every message (or no messages).
I would like to just save message data when there's an error.
Is this possible?
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Old 11-27-2014, 10:18 AM
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Hey people,
we're just starting to convert from Mirth 2.X to 3.X.

In version 2 there was the option of Messages / store message data / with errors only (on the summary tab)

I can't seem to find that option in 3.X, it saves every message (or no messages).
I would like to just save message data when there's an error.
Is this possible?
Yes, you can enable the "Remove content on completion" setting. Once a message is complete, it will delete the content for it, except when any connector messages within it have the ERROR status.
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Old 11-30-2014, 10:53 PM
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Narupley: found it!

Thanks for the assistance.
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