persistent class EnsLib.HL7.MsgRouter.RoutingEngine extends EnsLib.MsgRouter.VDocRoutingEngine
SQL Table Name: EnsLib_HL7_MsgRouter.RoutingEngine
'A' is the default code.
This value is used as SendingFacility:SendApplication if constructing an ACK or NACK reply message locally.
'E' is the default code.
Otherwise, this value is a comma-separated list of target config names. The response returned will be the first one that arrives back from any target in the list. A value of '*' will match any target, so the first response received will be the one returned.
If none of the listed targets gets called or the replying target does not return a document, this router will generate an ACK response if needed.
If the list of targets begins with a '+' character, the responses from all the targets called will be returned in a new HL7 batch document, or a new ACK response if no responses appear before the timeout expires.
If the list of targets begins with a '-' character, all error responses only from any of the targets called will be returned in a new HL7 batch document, or a new ACK response if no error responses appear before the timeout expires.
Set to 1 to block documents that don't pass default validation. Default validation requires a DocType, allows messages with unmapped Z-segments, and blocks messages with any other error encountered while mapping the document's sequence of segments using the HL7 schema structure specified by the document's DocType. This is equivalent to 'dm-z'.(The '-z' means 'the opposite of z', i.e. do tolerate unrecognized trailing Z-segments, which is the customary HL7 behavior.) 'd' - require DocType
'm' - don't tolerate BuildMap segment mapping errors (includes 'z' by default; specify '-z' to tolerate unrecognized trailing Z-segments)
'z' - don't tolerate unrecognized trailing Z-segments
'n' - enforce segment structures
'r' - enforce required fields being present
'l' - enforce field size restrictions
'a' - enforce field array repetition limits
't' - enforce code tables
'b' - permit values not explicitly listed in a code table to pass validation when the code table uses "..." to indicate that any other values are also allowed.
'u' - ignore code tables that do not list any permissible values; permit any value in fields that use such a code table.
'y' - enforce data types
'p' - enforce component data structures
'j' - enforce optionality at the subcomponent level
'w' - enforce subcomponent size restrictions
's' - perform all available subcomponent-level validations. Equivalent to 'pjw'.
'g' - enforce field data structures
'o' - enforce optionality at the component level
'i' - enforce component size restrictions
'c' - perform all available component - level validations. Equivalent to 'gois'.
'f' - perform all validations available within an individual segment. Equivalent to 'nrlatbuyc'.
'e' - perform every available validation. Equivalent to 'dmf'.
'x' - stop validating when an error is encountered. This is the default behavior. Specify '-x' to scan the entire document and report all errors.