Thu 10 29 2009
End Of Life
Welcome to the MARC-HI Everest Framework November 2009 Community Technology Preview. This release represents the first official release of the MARC-HI Everest Framework.
This release of the Framework is intended to:
- Give POS (Point of Service) vendors an opportunity to evaluate the suitability of the Everest Framework in their applications
- Allow developers to review the MARC-HI Everest Framework to determine is suitability as an HL7v3 Messaging API
- Provide advanced learning opportunities for developers whom wish to integrate HL7v3 into their applications at a future date.
The November 2009 Community Technology Preview (CTP) contains the following Everest concepts and technologies:
- Connector Infrastructure
- Windows Communications Foundation (WCF)
- Server Connector (Standalone & IIS)
- Client Connector
- Microsoft Message Queueing
- File Publishing
- File Listening
- Formatter Infrastructure
- XML ITS 1.0
- XML Data Types R1
- HL7v3 Data Types (v1.0)
- pCS Standards (v2.04.1)
- GPMR v0.7
There are several known issues with the MARC-HI Everest Framework.
- The following instances will not serialize properly
This is due to some improperly referenced CMETs in the MIF files
- No Support for POLB domain. This is due to improperly referenced CMETs in the MIF Files
- There are 40 of the 132 Infoway Samples bundled with the 2.04.1 release that will not completely validate. T are the known problems:
- Improper codes are selected (when a code value is set bound to a valueset and CNE is used)
- Missing mandatory negationInd on instances (mostly in the REPC domain)
- Type not available for the POLB samples
- File Listen Connector on MessageAvailable handler does not get fired when large amounts of files (> 20) are dumped into a directory.