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From "Walzer, Thomas" <>
Subject HL7/Using terser in Bean
Date Thu, 26 Oct 2017 16:35:56 GMT
Hi everyone,

I think I painted myself into a mental corner.

Goal is to achieve a canonical dataformat to log my HL7 messages.

I would like to accomodate various HL7 versions/event types where I need different terser
expressions like
These expressions are dependent on version, event type, etc.

In my route the expressions work ok, however I have lots of choice/when decisions which breaks
easily. So I thought about putting that logic into a bean.
That works great with @Terser language annotations. However those expressions are fixed. I
would have loved to use terser expressions in the bean. Like so:

if (versionId.equalsIgnoreCase("2.2")) {
                headers.put(„dob", terser("/PATIENT_RESULT/PATIENT/PID-7-1"));
                headers.put(„surname", terser("/PATIENT_RESULT/PATIENT/PID-5-1"));
                headers.put(„name", terser("/PATIENT_RESULT/PATIENT/PID-5-2"));
                headers.put("pid", terser("/PATIENT_RESULT/PATIENT/PID-3-1"));
                headers.put(„caseno", terser("/PATIENT_RESULT/PATIENT/PV1-19-1"));
} else if (versionId.equalsIgnoreCase("2.3")) {
                headers.put(„dob", terser("/RESPONSE/PATIENT/PID-7-1"));
                headers.put(„surname", terser("/RESPONSE/PATIENT/PID-5-1"));
                headers.put(„name", terser("/RESPONSE/PATIENT/PID-5-2"));
                headers.put("pid", terser("/RESPONSE/PATIENT/PID-3-1"));
                headers.put(„caseno", terser("/RESPONSE/PATIENT/VISIT/PV1-19-1"));

Is this possible? Or are there other approaches I am currently missing?

I created a sample in that kinda works. But not like
sketched above. Any hints?

Cheers, Thomas.

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