Live Runtime Compile (LRC)
Project authors have a simple method to test instances against their definitions. Assume a projects defines a CDA document level template along with other specifications, then using Live Runtime Compile (LRC) allows live creation of a validation runtime package for
- either downloading it onto a local computer for local validation
- or uploading a CDA instance an test it against the definitions.
Compiling the Runtime live
You must be a project author and logged in. Then at the project menu choose “Development”. You reach the Development page of your project with two tabs: "Check DECOR" and "Compile a development version". Clicking on the latter you see this dialog.
|Please note that you need to define at least one scenarios/transaction with a representing template associated with it in order to provide context. Scenarios/transaction provide for usage context as starting communicating without knowing why is not suitable. Top level templates alone may even be re-used in different contexts. See also our documentation about the ART Scenario Editor.|
Click on the bug symbol and if everything is well parametrized the runtime compile is triggered. After a few seconds to minutes you get a new line at the result list. Each row indicates date, status, author and number of transactions of the LRC item. There are buttons to download the validation package to a local computer or to validate an instance live in ART against the recently created validation package. Finally there is an option to delete the recently created validation package.
Validation by upload of instances
You can select an XML instance to upload ("Upload message") and must select a transaction to test against. If you click on validate the results of the schema and Schematron Validation are displayed appropriately.
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