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Custom ACK/NAK's ??

Custom ACK/NAK's ??

Custom ACK/NAK's ??

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Hi
I'm moving from 3.6.2 to 4.5.2.  In 3.6.2 I've got a custom ACK and NACK being sent to the other system (TCPIP - not HL7).  Does anyone know how to implement this in 4.5.2?? I have the .ssc and .tsc files from 3.6.2, just haven't figured out where to embed the code on 4.5.2.
Thanks!

RE: Custom ACK/NAK's ??

Use the stcewgenericmonk tcpip  extension kit, however be prepared to do all the coding yourself.  Stub functions are provided but the do not do what you want them to.  Read over the tcpip eway documentation carefully and it describes the scenario shipped with the product.

I also understand that there are other eways called a mux or something to deal with java but I dont' recall the specifics.

Thankx

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