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Old 10-07-2019, 10:47 PM
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Hi,

I created two code templates Library as follows.
1. DB Library
2. HL7 ADT V25 Library

1. DB Library - Using for below data base operations.
1.1 getDBConnnection - create connection object
1.2 executeSelect - executing select query
1.2 executeInsertOrUpdate - Performing insert update operations.

2. HL7 ADT V25 Library - For ADT segments creation (set and get method).
Eg
2.1 setPID - Select records from database and make object for constructing PID segment..
2.2 getPID - Constructing PID segment.

All the methods provided in the attached file.

The transformation script channel is provided below.
var dBConn = getDBConnnection($('dBProfile')); -- getting connection.
//script for setup object
var inPutPID = setPID(dBConn, hL7ADT.inPutPV1.mr_no, triggerEventID);
//getting hl7 PID segment
var pID = <PID/>;
var inputDataPID = $('hL7ADT').inPutPID
pID = getPID(inputDataPID);
tmp.appendChild(pID);


Mirth version using is 3.4.2.8129

I can access code template "executeSelect" (created in Library - DB Library)
from setPID(Library - HL7 ADT V25 Library).

Its working in my development environment.

My aim is for all the ADT's i am creating separate channels and i need to reuse all the set , get and db code templates for constructing all ADT messages.

My questions are below. Please help me.
1. The process I am following is correct?
2. Is it possible to call one code template created in Library 1 from another code template created in another code library. Is working in my dev setup. Please help me on this.
3. Writing js for constructing hl7 message is right?
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