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  1. Gazelle HL7 Validator
  2. HLVAL-381

Wrong validation rule in HL7v3 General Acknowledgement

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    • Type: Bug
    • Status: Closed
    • Priority: Major
    • Resolution: Fixed
    • Affects Version/s: 3.3.1
    • Fix Version/s: 3.3.3
    • Component/s: HL7v3 Validator
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    • Account:
      eHealthSuisse - GL01 (EHEALTHSUIGL01)

      Description

      An error is reported in the validation of the acknowledgement for this transaction instance:
      https://ehealthsuisse.ihe-europe.net/PatientManager/messages/messageDisplay.seam?id=2258

      Requirements in TF: rocessingModeCode [1..1] (M)Message (CS) {CNE:ProcessingMode} This attribute defines whether the message is being sent in current processing, archive mode, initial load mode, restore from archive mode, etc. Valid values are A (Archive), T (Current processing), I (Initial Load), R (Restore from archive)

      OCL rule currently: https://ehealthsuisse.ihe-europe.net/GazelleHL7Validator/docum/constraints/constraintDescriptor.seam?name=constraint_acceptack_processingModeCodeValue&class=AcceptAcknowledgementHeaderSpec&pack=AcceptAcknowledgement

      So obviously it could not work.

      We need to fix the OCL rule.

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            • Assignee:
              aberge Anne-Gaelle Berge
              Reporter:
              aberge Anne-Gaelle Berge
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