From an HL7 messaging perspective, an Application is a consumer of a messages.
The Interface ApplicationExceptionHandler.
Interface for a connection
An object that wants to be notified of new remote connections.
Interface for an Initiator
An application that returns AA acknowledgements.
A TCP/IP connection to a remote HL7 server.
Performs the initiation role of a message exchange (i.e sender of the first message; analogous to the client in a client-server interaction), according to HL7's original mode processing rules.
Provides access to shared HL7 Connections.
An Application that does nothing with the message and returns an Application Reject message in response.
An HL7 service.
A LazyConnection behaves like an ordinary connection except for the fact that the actual socket connection is created lazily right before the first message is sent over the associated Initiator.
Listens for incoming messages on a certain input stream, and sends them to the appropriate location.
Contains configuration which will be applied to any servers which are created using the given HAPI Context.
A simple TCP/IP-based HL7 server.
A TCP/IP-based HL7 Service that uses separate ports for inbound and outbound messages.
Represents any problem encountered during processing of a message by an Application.
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