HL7 MLLP Sender in C

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Old 08-25-2009
HL7 MLLP Sender in C

Hi Everyone,

This is a pretty big request, but I was wondering if anyone out there has a program written in C, Perl, Tcl or whatever that can be executed from the command line and will send HL7 messages from a NL delimited file and send them to the specifid host/port using the MLLP HL7 TCP protocol?

I have a bare bones shell of a C program that will connect to a host/port and send data, but I'm having trouble formatting my data into MLLP format that the HL7 interface server process will accept without errors.

Thanks so much!
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Old 11-09-2009
For anyone interested I found a freeware Java HL7 tcp mllp sender/receiver at HL7 Comm
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