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**The HL7 v3 schemas work right out of the box when using Microsoft.NET Framework 2.0
 
**The HL7 v3 schemas work right out of the box when using Microsoft.NET Framework 2.0
 
*The Symphonia toolkit (version ??) has a problem with ''minOccurs=0 maxOccurs=0'' and some other strange constructs used in the base datatypes schema. There are a few of those, if removed/tweaked in the schema they can be imported in Symphonia.
 
*The Symphonia toolkit (version ??) has a problem with ''minOccurs=0 maxOccurs=0'' and some other strange constructs used in the base datatypes schema. There are a few of those, if removed/tweaked in the schema they can be imported in Symphonia.
*MSXML (versions prior to v6): messages don't validate, although they're know to be valid. They validate using MSXML v6.
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*MSXML (versions prior to v6): messages don't validate, although they're known to be valid. They validate using MSXML v6.
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*Bizztalk Accelerator
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**Issues in v2.0, see [http://blogs.neudesic.com/blogs/enterprise_integration/archive/2007/07/31/13789.aspx this Blog].

Latest revision as of 09:26, 1 August 2007

This page documents implementers' experience with tools. Note that the contents of this page do not constitute a recommendation for specific tools by any part of the HL7 organization, the intent is to document experiences and show workarounds if required.

  • Microsoft .NET Framework
  • The Symphonia toolkit (version ??) has a problem with minOccurs=0 maxOccurs=0 and some other strange constructs used in the base datatypes schema. There are a few of those, if removed/tweaked in the schema they can be imported in Symphonia.
  • MSXML (versions prior to v6): messages don't validate, although they're known to be valid. They validate using MSXML v6.
  • Bizztalk Accelerator