What exactly should I use to digitally sign my hl7 request? In the above link, it says "Digitally sign the Request message using a PKCS#7 format signature using a cryptographic toolkit.", but no specifics on which PKCS signature I should use to sign. Thanks in advance.
I have tried a few ways to sign the message. I have tried to use OpenSSL to sign the request message (datafile) with a combination of my private key and the certificate.pem (keyandcertfile) with the following command:
openssl cms -in datafile -sign -signer keyandcertfile -nodetach -outform pem|der
I then used the output of that file, base64 encode that and then send the request to the endpoint with no luck.
EDIT: The server is now responding with Unsupported Message Type (HL7 Error #200) with this HL7 message:
MSH|^~\&|^2.16.840.1.113818.104.22.168:4004^ISO|194cd1ca-da5f-4c23-a324-87a44f67c6a0|^OLIS^X500||200506 01134500-0400||SPQ^Z01^SPQQ08|5b6046b3-54e9-4f24-8e8d-f784d283d41b|P|2.3.1||||||8859/1 ZSH|123976456|John Henry Everyman SPR|QRYTAG123|R|ZQryLabInfoForPatientID^^HL70471|@OBR.22^20020101000000-0400~@PID.3.1^6948425589~@PID.8^F~@PID.7^19940115~@ZRP.1.1^926279~@ZRP.1.13^MDL~@ZRP.1.22.1^ON~@ZRP.1.22.3^HL70347~@ZRP.1.2^Richards~@ZRP.1.3^Reed~@ZRP.1.4
7/3/2018 3:13:23 PM
We are pleased to invite you to a one-hour open review webinar session that will provide information regarding the Provincial Client Registry HL7 FHIR Implementation Guide on June 26th from 12:00-1:00pm.
The Provincial Client Registry (PCR) aggregates demographic data and identifiers from participating healthcare organizations across the province to provide a comprehensive source of patient identity and demographic information. Identifiers and demographics maintained in the PCR are used by EHR services to associate health information with the appropriate patient, and to enable healthcare provider access to a patient’s complete EHR.
The PCR HL7 FHIR material includes:
• PCR HL7 FHIR Implementation Guide
• Terminology value sets
• Sample messages
The open review comment period will take place from June 20-July 19. Information on how to provide comments will be included in the webinar.
The link to access the PCR HL7 FHIR Specification can be found here:
Contact email@example.com for questions.
Fang Cao, Senior Standards Analyst, eHealth Ontario Yaron Derman, Manager Standards, eHealth Ontario Michael Conde, Manager Product Management Registries, eHealth Ontario Duncan Johnstone, Lead Business Systems Registries, eHealth Ontario
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6/22/2018 5:43:16 PM
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4/19/2018 4:00:40 PM
It seems the test harness has been down since yesterday.
Is this a scheduled outage? When will it be available again?
Specifically interested in hitting the Lite version of PCR and DHDR for now.
2/7/2018 5:07:59 PM
I jus downloaded the Sample PCR SOAP project, but it gives error:
2018-01-22 15:09:22 - Error getting response; org.apache.http.conn.HttpHostConnectException: Connection to http://22.214.171.124:8080 refused 2018-01-22 15:10:02 - Error getting response; java.net.SocketException: Connection reset
What is the correct URL?
1/23/2018 1:21:41 PM
Good day Innovators,
This weekend the Innovation Lab website and services will be temporarily unavailable due to some planned work at our hosting facility. The Lab will be unavailable starting this Friday, July 14th at midnight and will be back up by Monday, July 17th at 5pm. We apologize for any inconvenience this may cause. If you have any questions or concerns, please send them to email@example.com.
Thanks, Innovation Lab Team
7/13/2017 5:46:10 PM
SPARK is a pathway that enables digital health solutions to be delivered to patients – faster and easier.
Innovators would use the SPARK pathway to connect their solution to over five billion pieces of data that currently exist in electronic health records for nearly 14 million people in Ontario. Patients will then use the applications to gain access to their own data to manage their care. SPARK will guide innovators through a series of steps to allow data to flow into the hands of its owner –patients. Today, there are many barriers prohibiting innovators from connecting to Ontario’s electronic health infrastructure, which has stifled innovation. SPARK’s pathway will support the ongoing development and diffusion of digital health solutions in Ontario, liberate access to and exchange of data, and accelerate innovation.
If you are interested in participating in SPARK when it is ready for use, please complete the brief survey found here.
3/8/2017 6:20:04 PM
We are currently experiencing technical difficulties with the OLIS HL7v2 interactions (endpoint http://126.96.36.199:8080/olis). We apologize for any inconvenience and will update this thread as we make progress to resolve the issue.
12/13/2016 9:18:30 PM
The Ontario Laboratories Information System (OLIS) is now up and running in the test harness and web services. Visit the OLIS page under the EHR Services tab to learn more.
Enhancements to the service and resources will be made on a continuous basis, so please post any questions you have here!
9/12/2016 8:57:06 PM