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Old 10-08-2013, 10:41 AM
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Default Generated inbound template bug in 3.0

So, a coworker came across this when he upgraded his Mirth to 3.0.0. There was a channel, utilizing the Database Reader connector, that worked fine in 2.*. When it was upgraded to 3.0, it stopped working. Nothing was being mapped. The only change was the upgrade itself.

I did some testing and found that the generated template was all lowercase. However, in 3.0, the actual message was in the original formatting. Since the mapping is case-sensitive, it fails to map anymore, until we either make all the aliases in the SQL lowercase, or we replace the generated template to match the aliases (which is problematic, in case the SQL ever changes).
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Old 10-08-2013, 11:47 AM
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Thanks for finding that, I've opened an issue for it: MIRTH-2983
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