A small update on HL7Fuse. As I did with NHapiTools, I also moved HL7Fuse to Github. You can find the source code over here:
The beta release is also available through Github.
Yesterday a bug was found and solved in the NHapiTools. With thanks to James! I moved the source (and releases) to Github. You can download the source and binaries over here:
Release notes for release V1.3:
- V1.3 Release (September 2014)
Fixed bug in ACK message generation for HL7 V2.3.1 messages.
- V1.2 Release (March 2014)
Added a Simple MLLP Client class for easy client server communication. The class supports plain TCP/IP as wel as SSL (including
authentication through a client certificate). Cleaned up compiler warnings (including generated code) and changed the output
directory in code generation from "Messages" to "Message", which is in line with the namespace.
- V1.1 Release (March 2014)
Added stream to filter Base64 data from HL7 messages. This improves performance while parsing messages with NHapi, especially
if messages contain large chunks of data.
- V1.0 Release (Januari 2014)
First release of the NHapiTools. Containing source generation, generated extention methods for V2.3, V2.3.1, V2.4 and V2.5,
MultipleFileStream, HL7MessageEnumerators, MLLP, ACK tools, support for validation rules using automated and configurable contexts and
standard segment override using EhancedModelClassFactory and the GenericMessageWrapper. Including test/example project.
As promised in the comments long ago, today I publish the beta release of HL7Fuse. HL7Fuse is a "Swiss pocketknife" for your HL7 development needs in the .Net framework. HL7Fuse is based on SuperSocket in combination with NHapi and NHapiTools. This combination provides a powerful and solid base to build you HL7 application or HL7 test framework. In fact, if you use HL7Fuse as is, it can function as a message hub, so you can receive one message and send this (using filters) to many client systems.
- Open Source (thus free)
- Uses HL7 standards
- Can be used as a test server for your HL7 development environment
- Can function as message hub for HL7 communication
- Can be used as a full featured basis for any HL7 program that you need to build in .Net
- Provides security through TLS/SSL
- Provides MLLP/TCP (secure connection possible) start point
- Provides SSL/HTTP/MLLP/File end points, and allows custom backend protocol implementations
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