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  1. PatientManager
  2. PAM-580

PIX Manager unable to detect ER7 Messages

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      For PIX transaction ITI-8, ITI-30 PIX Manager unable to detect ER7 messages properly.

      When we send PIX Feed messages using 2.3.1 it converted into 2.5. In this case PIXManager detect it as ITI-8 transaction where converted messages causes validation failed. EVSClient/hl7v2/validator detect such messages as ITI-31. Only 2.3.1 messages detected by EVSClient/hl7v2/validator as ITI-8.

      After that we send PIX Feed messages using 2.5. In such case PIXManager detect it as ITI-30 transaction where the messages unable to validate as No Validator Matches. EVSClient/hl7v2/validator detect such messages as ITI-31.

      Finally when we send PIX PDO SOURCE messages using 2.5 In this case PatientManager/PIXManager detect it as Unknown transaction where the messages unable to validate as No Validator Matches. EVSClient/hl7v2/validator detect such messages as ITI-30.

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                NicolasBailliet Nicolas Bailliet
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                shahed Md Shahed Hossain
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