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HL7 Comm

HL7 Comm is a stand-alone integration tool written in Java that allows you to send and receive HL7 messages over a TCP/IP MLLP connection. It offers a simple mode for testing and a configured mode for running as a full-fledged integration client, either with or without a GUI interface.


Recent releases

  •  22 Jan 2010 01:46

    Release Notes: This version includes a number of updates from its underlying protocol libraries. New clients include FTP support as well as improvements for file clients and refinements in HL7 handling. Job scheduling now includes cron-like support. Importing custom libraries is better supported using the configuration files instead of having to work with the Java classpath.

    •  20 Apr 2009 19:18

      Release Notes: This version contains some bugfixes and improvements to the HL7 and communication client libraries. Considerable work went into solidifying the underlying thread management for this release as well enhancing stability, especially when the software is repeatedly started and stopped.

      •  18 Jul 2008 23:17

        Release Notes: A bug with the logging mechanism in the 0.8 series has been corrected. A new InboundTrigger mechanism has been added to support applications that may wish to poll other services without a normal triggering event.

        •  15 Jun 2008 00:22

          Release Notes: The beanshell support for scripting within HL7 Comm has been greatly polished. New examples include database connectivity and new initialization functionality in the scripts.

          •  25 Apr 2008 05:46

            Release Notes: This version includes a new beanshell based mapping engine, a much improved configuration interface, and general improvements and bugfixes all around.


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