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What options are available for naming the destination files?

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asked Mar 19, 2014 by rich-c-2789 (15,190 points)
What options are available for naming the destination files?  For example is there a way to preserve the original filename with a prefix or suffix?

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In the destination node you can use a number of options to name your file. If you click on the Maginifying Glass it will open a Node Tag lookup to assist. 

Options Available:

ChannelCache - Any value stored in the channelCache on the source node.
Date/TIme - This is used to select a standard date/time format for the System Node Tag of System_Date
MessageCache - Any value stored in messageCache while processing the message.
Message - Any value in the message. Example {PID-3} gets you PID-3 from an hl7 message.
Souce - Any value in the source(Read-Only copy of what was receieved before the mappings). Example {PID-3} gets you PID-3 from an hl7 message.
System Node Tag - Examples: Endpoint_URL, System_Date, UTC_Date, UUID, UUID-NO-DASHES
System Variable - Any value stored in the System Variables.
Web Service Password - Password stored on a Web Service Connection
Web Service Username - Username stored on a Web Service Connection 

 

answered Nov 13, 2015 by brandon-w-8204 (29,790 points)
selected Nov 13, 2015 by brandon-w-8204
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The best reference for this is shipped with QIE. Click:
Help -> QIE Reference Manual



Once you have the manaual open, jump to:
"Destination Nodes (Chapter) -> File Sender (Section)"
At the end of this section is the table replicated below.



To preserve the filename, look at the first row in the table above.

To add a suffix or prefix while preserving the original file name see rows 5, 6, and 9

Also notice how the * is used on rows 3, 4 and 8.

answered Mar 19, 2014 by rich-c-2789 (15,190 points)
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