Q&A for FHIR in Java

Christian Ferreira 4/25/2018 2:57:23 PM

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Dawne Pierce 4/25/2018 5:29:36 PM

Hi Chris,

You must enter your own Unique Sender Identifier to successfully run a query. Locate your Unique Sender Identifier in the Innovation Lab Test Harness (https://www.innovation-lab.ca/Test-Portal).

Once you've got your ID, place it in the indicated place in DHDRService.java(line 28) and DHIRService.java(line 41)

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Chris 4/25/2018 5:23:25 PM

I downloaded the application and every time I try to do the search an error processing request pops up. How can I solve this issue?

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John Sew 2/11/2019 12:18:13 PM

I am having issues trying to get a OLIS report. The error from the log shows: {"resourceType":"OperationOutcome","id":"validationFail","meta":null,"text":{"status":"generated","div":"Invalid query param 'patient.identifier'."},"issue":[{"severity":"error","code":"value","details":{"text":"Invalid query param 'patient.identifier'."},"diagnostics":null,"location":null}]}[\r][\n]"

I am taking the FHIR North example, adding the jwt token.

My example follows the test scenario: DiagnosticReport?patient.identifier=https://fhir.infoway-inforoute.ca/NamingSystem/ca-on-patient-hcn|" + "1868176460&patient.birthdate=1994-01-15&patient.gender=female&specimen.collected=ge2001-04-17")

Is there something wroing I am doing?

Thanks

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John Sew 2/11/2019 12:59:57 PM

I solved my problem: The actual url is: http://lite.innovation-lab.ca:9443/consumer/v1/DiagnosticReport?patient.identifier=https://fhir.infoway-inforoute.ca/NamingSystem/ca-on-patient-hcn|1868176460&patient.birthdate=1994-01-15&patient.gender=female&specimen.collected=ge2001-04-17

I needed the http://lite.innovation-lab.ca:9443/consumer/v1/.

Thanks

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