MARC-HI Everest vs JavaSIG
mourya
#1 Posted : Sunday, November 21, 2010 11:05:30 PM(UTC)
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Hi,

I am new to HL7v3. Trying to parse data from v3, then i came across this framework. I would like to know how is this different from JAVASIG, (apart from the platform).
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Hi Mourya,

I haven't used the JavaSIG so I can't speak to the differences between the two and unfortunately I haven't been able to find documentation related to the SIG on their website. From what I have been able to read, I believe that Everest does follow some different architectural patterns from the JavaSIG.

Everest is designed to mimic several common patterns within .NET (to ease developer experience), rather than HL7v3 patterns. IMO the JavaSIG is targeted towards being a true implementation of HL7v3. But this is purely speculation as I am not familiar with JavaSIG. I will get some of my colleagues to look into this and come up with a better answer for you.

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Sure, thanks for the info.

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