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From Gerrit boers <gbo...@xs4all.nl>
Subject Re: Extract XML from the pipeline
Date Sun, 26 Mar 2006 14:12:12 GMT
Paul,

Probably on my website:

http://gboers.xs4all.nl

At a later stage we hope to give it to HL7.org

Gerrit


On Mar 26, 2006, at 3:42 PM, Paul Ramsteijn wrote:

> Gerrit,
>
> Currently, we are not compliant to HL7 - we are using a proprietary  
> XML schema instead. Future formats may comply, however. In both  
> cases, and from a technical point of view, we have the use of XML  
> schema in common.
>
> The use of transformers instead of routing the message through XSP  
> is indeed a different approach. So I am very eager to learn from  
> your approach! Where can I find it once released?
>
> Thanks,
> Paul Ramsteijn.
>
>
> Gerrit boers wrote:
>
>> Paul,
>>
>> Are you talking about HL7v3 or CDA messages?
>>
>> I'm building a webapplication for validating HL7 CDA R2 messages   
>> against XML schema and schematron rules. We hope to release this  
>> as  open-source soon.
>>
>> The application uses cForms to handle the uploadform. Based on  
>> the  selected validation, the uploaded content is sent to a  
>> pipeline  containing a streamgenerator and multiple transformers  
>> which do the  validating (validationReportTransformer for XML  
>> schema and xslt for  schematron). In my case the result is  
>> rendered as html, you could add  a transformer to save the content  
>> to a database.
>>
>>
>> Hope this helps,
>>
>> Gerrit Boers
>>
>>
>> On Mar 26, 2006, at 2:48 PM, Paul Ramsteijn wrote:
>>
>>> Dear all,
>>>
>>> Typically an XSP is used to get an XML document into a pipeline.   
>>> But how do I do I achieve the opposite?
>>>
>>> Use case: my website needs to receive posted XML documents. You  
>>> can  get a posted XML document into the pipeline by using the  
>>> stream  generator. But I need to validate the XML document and  
>>> store its  content into a database, so I guess I need to get it  
>>> into an XSP in  order to do this kind of processing. Or are there  
>>> better approaches?
>>>
>>> Thank in advance,
>>> Paul Ramsteijn,
>>> Renal Replacement Registry of the Netherlands.
>>
>
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