Patient details aka QRY^A19
or if you need multiple configurations
client = Healthy::A19::Client(a19_endpoint: 'https://...') client.fetch_a19(patient_identifier)
or if the server you connect to needs http basic authentication:
client = Healthy::A19::Client(a19_endpoint: 'https://...', a19_username: 'foo', a19_password: 'bar') client.fetch_a19(patient_identifier)
Adding integration tests
If you find any A19 response that Healthy currently does not handle correctly, please add a fixture and integration test for it.
curl --data "method=A19&application=healthy&patient_id=7767853" "http://10.20.11.100:60401"
- Paste the resulting XML into a new file in
spec/fixtures. Name this after the specific thing that is different, prefixed with the originating EPD. Don't name this after a specific organization, this repository is open-sourced and our customers might not want to be named publicly here.
- Please run it through an XML pretty printer like
xmllint --formatto get indented output.
- <blink>Remove/sanitize/anonymize the XML file where needed.</blink> We can't do this automatically with a script, because having a script normalize e.g. all names to "Voornaam Achternaam" would defeat the entire point of having multiple fixtures to show the different styles of names we can encounter.
- Add an integration spec example that uses it and checks all currently returned values.
Manually trying out parsing of a given record
There are two helpers in
parse_local_xml. The first one takes a patient number and ip+port on the mirth machine, and gets the XML from there. The second parses a chunk of XML from either standard input or a given file.
These two commands are then chained together by
bin/get 7767853 10.20.11.100:60201 NB: replace the client id and the ip and port of the a19 channel you want to use
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