abstract class EnsLib.HL7.Util.IOFraming
- Native: Use the default character encoding of the installed locale of the Ensemble server.
- latin1: The ISO Latin1 8-bit encoding. This is the default.
- ISO-8859-1: The ISO Latin1 8-bit encoding.
- UTF-8: The Unicode 8-bit encoding.
- Unicode: The Unicode 16-bit encoding (Little-Endian).
- UnicodeBig: The Unicode 16-bit encoding (Big-Endian).
- Any other NLS definitions installed on this Ensemble server.
- @<ttable>: <ttable> means a raw InterSystems character translation table name. A prefix of '@' means to use the named table.
- None: No framing - Each line that begins with 'MSH' is the start of a new message.
- MLLP: Minimal Lower Level Protocol - Frame each HL7 message with ASCII code 11 prefix and ASCII code 28,13 suffix.
- MLLPN/M: Minimal Lower Level Protocol - Frame each HL7 message with ASCII code N prefix, and ASCII code M suffix followed by an additional ASCII code 13.
- AsciiLF: Frame messages with ASCII code 10 (Line Feed) separating each message from the subsequent one.
- AsciiCR: Frame messages with an extra ASCII code 13 (Carriage Return) separating each message from the subsequent one.
- AsciiM: Frame messages with ASCII code M suffix character(s) separating each message from the subsequent one.
- AsciiN/M: Frame messages with ASCII code N prefix character(s) before each message and ASCII code M suffix character(s), but no trailing ASCII code 13 as in MLLPN/M.
- LLP: Lower Level Protocol - (Obsolete) Frame each HL7 message in a redundant checksum block.
- MsgEnvelope: Use the message's Envelope property verbatim if it is present. The string <!--HL72MSG--> if present in the Envelope will be replaced with the message content. Otherwise the message will simply follow the Envelope text.
- MLLPMsgEnvelope: Same as MsgEnvelope, but with MLLP prefix and suffix also around the message inside the Envelope.
- ASCII code N is a sequence of one or more characters represented by their ASCII code, separated by comma in case of more than one character.
- All ASCII codes should be given in decimal.
- ASCII code 120 (character 'x') is not allowed as a framing character.
- If an asterisk (*) is appended to the framing specification, 'Flexible' framing will be used in parsing received acknowledgement response messages. Otherwise the response messages will be expected with the same kind of framing as that specified here for outbound messages.
- 0 = No framing.
- 1 = Full framing (default).
- -1 = Prefix only.
- 2 = Suffix only.