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mirth connect 3.4.2 on java 7 with derbydb
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mirth-connect

What is Mirth Connect?

Mirth® Connect makes it easy to transform non-standard data into standard formats and to monitor multiple interfaces. Available to use for free under an open source license or with our commercial license, where additional enterprise features and support are at your disposal, it’s designed for seamless healthcare message integration, and is well-tested, delivering the advantages and innovation that comes with a large user base.

How to use this image

Running Mirth Connect Server

Mirth Connect Server contains the back-end for the management interface and the integration engine component, which performs message filtering, transformation, and transmission.

$ docker run -d -P chrisyetter/mirth-connect-docker-derby

Configuring Mirth Connect Server

Create a configuration file for Mirth Connect Server from the default configuration file in SVN. Update the database properties to connect to a remote MySQL instance.

$ svn export https://svn.mirthcorp.com/connect/trunk/server/conf/mirth.properties ~/mirth.properties
$ vim mirth.properties
...
database = mysql
database.url = jdbc:mysql://prod-cluster.us-west-2.rds.amazonaws.com:3306/mirthdb
database.username = mirth
database.password = mirth

Launch the container and mount the configuration file:

$ docker run -d -P -v ~/mirth.properties:/opt/mirth-connect/conf/mirth.properties chrisyetter/mirth-connect-docker-derby

Running Mirth Shell

In addition to the graphical Mirth Administrator, Mirth provides a command line interface known as the Mirth Shell.

First, get the name of the running Mirth Connect Server container:

$ docker ps
CONTAINER ID        IMAGE                                           COMMAND                CREATED             STATUS              PORTS                                              NAMES
bf63b2b30e2c        chrisyetter/mirth-connect-docker-derby          "java -jar mirth-ser   26 minutes ago      Up 26 minutes       0.0.0.0:32769->8080/tcp, 0.0.0.0:32768->8443/tcp   fervent_torvalds

Using the name, link the Mirth Connect Server container to the Mirth Shell container:

$ docker run -it --link fervent_torvalds:mirth-connect chrisyetter/mirth-connect-docker-derby java -jar mirth-cli-launcher.jar -a https://mirth-connect:8443 -u admin -p admin
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