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Old 03-25-2015, 07:55 AM
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Put both of these files in the same directory and then rename the mirth.xml to mirth.xsl open the xml file in internet explorer.
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Has anyone been able to make a visual diagram of your message flow by using the channels XML?
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Hallo,

If anyone can use this, see attachment.

This is a XSL creating html-documentation, based on the full Export of mirth 3.3.

It creates an index.html with a table of all enabled channels with name and description, with links to detail html-pages. These (still in development, we're starting with Mirth) list technical details and have a graphical representation (not perfect) of the 1:n source:destinations principle.
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We are working on an online tool to create mirth docs. It is in beta right now so give it a try.

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for our situation, we use Git to handle movement of interfaces from dev to live. So, for simple interfaces, the git logs are suitable documentation, and offer an easy way to roll back.

for more complex interfaces, I'll usually block diagram the work. Mostly I want other people to just be able to look at the interface documentation and be able to debug a problem. I really don't want to have to teach them how to read the documentation. obviously... this works for SMALL outfits like where I work, perhaps not suitable for everyone.

the product I use is yED, and it's really quite nice!
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