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  • #50142
    Jon Blanchard
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    Here is the output from the Testing Tool for an xlate

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    Command Issued: hcixlttest -d 1 -f eof MisysWin_A04_to_digiChart_A04_080610.xlt S:/quovadx/qdx5.5/integrator/pms/data/WAA013_Sample_A04.hl7
    Command output:

    MESSAGE 1
    [0:TEST] Mismatched IR Tags
    [0:TEST] Mismatched IR Tags
    0(0).MSH(0)  :  >|^~&|MISYS|MISYS|DIGICHART|DIGICHART|20080610071438-0500^S|NO SECURITY|ADT^A04|MISYS000006203|T|2.3.1|000000000006203||AL< 0(0).EVN(0)  :  >|A04|20080610071438-0500^S||000|00003< 0(0).PID(0)  :  >||157113|0019398|157113|LASTNAME^FIRSTNAME^M||19711225|N||U|1014 THIS ST^NE^THISTOWN^WA^99506-0000||(360)555-1111|360-0000||U||157113|000000000< 0(0).PV1(0)  :  >||P|^^^00003|R|||00037^LASTNAME^FIRSTNAME^M|||||||||||||00060< 0(0).GT1(0)  :  >|0001||LASTNAME^FIRSTNAME^M||1014 THIS ST^NE^THISTOWN^WA^99506-0000|(360)555-1111|360-0000< 1(0).0(0).IN1(0)  :  >|1< 2(0).ZDC(0)  :  >|39|415|UIDVALUE|PRACTICECODE|PRACTICECODESIGNON<


    Can anyone give me an idea of what the “Mismatched IR Tags” error means?  I thought it related back to an XLT incorrectly identifying a numeric field as text, but changing the field data type did not make the error message disappear.

    This message shows up in the EO as well as in the output for the Testing Tool when testing an XLT file.

    Thanks.

    Sr. Interface Developer
    Ardent Health Services

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    • #65007
      Mike Grieger
      Participant

      A field address is incorrect somewhere in your Xlate.  To figure out which one, I’d suggest adding a COPY statement in the Xlate that has a source and destination of @null, and just a simple ‘puts “HERE”‘ in the pre-tcl to echo.  Place that COPY statment half way down in your Xlate, then run it through the test tool again.  If the echo statment (HERE) displays prior to the IR Tag message, you know that the field(s) in question are farther down in your Xlate.  Move that echo statement up or down accordingly until you find out which statement has the wrong field addressing, and fix it.

    • #65008
      Jon Blanchard
      Participant

      That worked…cool.

      Thanks, Mike!

      Sr. Interface Developer
      Ardent Health Services

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