What makes cloverleaf the best integration engine?

QuestionsCategory: QuestionsWhat makes cloverleaf the best integration engine?
Nick Schneider asked 4 years ago

Please respond with well thought out answers.

4 Answers
Robert Milfajt answered 4 years ago

If I had only one answer, I would say the Clovertech user community. If I could elaborate further, it’s the fact that they’ve been in the business of integration a lot longer than the current list of engines out there. I’ve been a Cloverleaf user since 1997, and haven’t found something the system is not capable of doing.

Nick Schneider replied 4 years ago

Great answer.

Charlie Bursell answered 3 years ago

There are two types of software packages sold. One is great if you change the way you do business to fit the software. The other allows you to mold the software to fit the way you do business. Cloverleaf falls in the latter category. That along with Bob’s answer should give you a good idea.

Barbi replied 1 year ago

Pre TCL proc that’s not allow the message to through to the destination but the TCL Code is not error out it in a pending status

######################################################################
# Name: xltp_trim_msg_type
# Purpose:
# UPoC type: xltp
# Args: none
# Notes: All data is presented through special variables. The initial
# upvar in this proc provides access to the required variables.
#
# This proc style only works when called from a code fragment
# within an XLT.
#

proc xltp_trim_msg_type {} {
upvar xlateId xlateId \
xlateInList xlateInList \
xlateInTypes xlateInTypes \
xlateInVals xlateInVals \
xlateOutList xlateOutList \
xlateOutTypes xlateOutTypes \
xlateOutVals xlateOutVals

set msg_type $xlateInVals
set msg_type [lindex $fieldList 8] ;# HL7 Message Type
set xlateOutVals $msg_type
if {[cequal $msg_type “RDE”]} {
set returnList “{CONTINUE $mh}”
}

} elseif { ![cequal $fieldValue $value] } {

set returnList “{KILL $mh}” }

return $returnList

shutdown {

# Doing some clean-up work

}

Dustin Sayes answered 3 years ago

Dr. E,

To say it is the best, would require deep experience with all other engines. I don’t have that experience.

I can say, I like cloverleaf > the engines I have experience on because of its powerfull and flexible tools that allow interfaces to be built quickly and/or modified to meet any task. I also like the stability that cloverleaf offers and its straight forward approach in troubleshooting issues. As a user I find comfort that the engine is capable of new technologies that haven’t trickeled down to all of us (FHIR, api bridge).

Rob Lindsey answered 2 days ago

I have to agree it is the flexibility of the engine to fit the want/need. I have not found anything that it cannot do. Within that I can say there there are multiple ways to do what you may want.

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