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Old 02-23-2015, 06:03 PM
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Default Mirth Connect 3.2 Released!

We’re happy to announce that Mirth Connect 3.2 is finally here!

Mirth Connect 3.2 includes over 100 new features, improvements, and bug fixes.

As of Mirth Connect 3.2.0, Java 7 or higher is now required.

Some key features and benefits of the new release include:
  • Improved JavaScript Editor – One of our most highly requested features arrives with code completion, code folding, auto indent & bracket matching, multi-line tab & commenting, improved find & replace, customizable hotkeys, and more!
  • Custom Library Improvements – Manage custom libraries and assign them to individual channel or connector scripts. No server restarts required!
  • Destination Queue – Re-run the filter and transformer on each queue send attempt and more.
  • Attachment Improvements – Include attachments in exported and archived messages. When importing, attachments will be imported along with the message.
  • Data Pruner & Archiver – Improvements to performance and memory usage.

A brand new extension for platinum customers is now available on the customer portal!
  • Mirth Results Connector – New destination connector for managing Mirth Results resources and endpoints.

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Old 02-24-2015, 07:00 AM
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Destination Queue – Re-run the filter and transformer on each queue send attempt and more.

I am hoping that it is the raw data and/or this option can be turned off?
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What do you mean by "it is the raw data"? Yes, that feature is optional and by default it is disabled.
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We have sites that had MRNs 0000XXXXXXX. We changed sending systems that had MRNs as XXXXXXX (raw data). We had to have a transformer add 0000 to the front of the MRN (encoded data), so that the receiving system would be able to match the MRN. If the encoded data gets ran through the tranformer each attempt, we would end up with an MRNs looking like 00000000000000000000XXXXXXX.
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We have sites that had MRNs 0000XXXXXXX. We changed sending systems that had MRNs as XXXXXXX (raw data). We had to have a transformer add 0000 to the front of the MRN (encoded data), so that the receiving system would be able to match the MRN. If the encoded data gets ran through the tranformer each attempt, we would end up with an MRNs looking like 00000000000000000000XXXXXXX.
I see what you mean. Yes, on each send attempt when the transformer gets run, it uses the Raw content again. It does not use the encoded data from the previous transformation and pipe that in as the new raw data.
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Hi all,

after migrating to Mirth 3.2 from 2.2, channels using custom libs (jar files like pdfbox) stop working. Did you changed how custom libraries are used?.

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Hi all,

after migrating to Mirth 3.2 from 2.2, channels using custom libs (jar files like pdfbox) stop working. Did you changed how custom libraries are used?.

Thanks in advance,

Ricard Bernat
Yes we did, with MIRTH-3554. It should not affect libraries that you were using in JavaScript contexts, because the default resource uses the custom-lib folder, and that resource is included on all channels by default.

However, libraries in custom-lib aren't included in the server classpath anymore. So if you were using PDFBox to override the version that we're already including with Mirth Connect (1.8.4), that won't work anymore.

Any connector that specifically allows custom libraries to be used should still work fine though. Like the database connectors, JMS, Web Service Listener, etc.
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It would be nice to have kind of Save & Deploy button on each script editors window, either under Mirth Views or Transformer Tasks panel for example. This would save lots of time going back, saving, going to Channels, deploying.
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It would be nice to have kind of Save & Deploy button on each script editors window, either under Mirth Views or Transformer Tasks panel for example. This would save lots of time going back, saving, going to Channels, deploying.
This is already halfway there. A new Deploy Channel task was added to the channel edit view. You can click that, hit spacebar, and then your channel will be saved and deployed without having to go back to the Channels table. If you're inside a transformer, unfortunately right now you'll still have to click on Back to Channel first though.
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Will it work in java 6.0.1 ?

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