Appointment Scheduling Process API - Implementation Template

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Setup guide

Importing templates into Anypoint Studio

  1. In Studio, click the Exchange X icon in the upper left of the taskbar.
  2. Log in with your Anypoint Platform credentials.
  3. Search for the template
  4. Click Open.

Running templates in Anypoint Studio

After you import your template into Studio, use the following configuration steps to run it.

Appointment Scheduling Configuration

  • mule.env - sets the environment where the application is to be deployed. For a studio deployment, the recommended mule.env value is local
  • encryptionKey - sets the encryption password to be used for encrypting secure properties. Update as needed
  • api.baseurl - sets the base url of the api. Replace/override as needed when deploying to any environment. Default value is http://localhost:8081/api, when mule.env is local
  • primary - sets the primary system api for the API. It should be configured in config-<mule.env>.yaml file
  • cerner.baseurl - sets the base url for Cerner Workflow System API. It should be configured in config-<mule.env>.yaml file
  • cerner.source - set the source for validating {sourceSystem} uri parameter. Update the scopes as required for the operations. It should be configured in config-<mule.env>.yaml file. Default value is "Cerner"
  • cerner.serviceTypeToken - sets the serviceType url for Appointment/Slot search. The parameter includes the systemId created as part of Cerner Sys API setup. The systemId is part of the tokenUrl/baseUrl in the system APi. It should be configured in config.<mule.env>.yaml. Example https://fhir.cerner.com/<systemId>/codeSet/14249
  • epic.baseurl - sets the base url for Epic Workflow System API. It should be configured in config-<mule.env>.yaml file
  • epic.source - set the source for validating {sourceSystem} uri parameter. Update the scopes as required for the operations. It should be configured in config-<mule.env>.yaml file. Default value is "Epic"

Deploy the system APIs referenced by the process API, which are:

  • Epic — (referred to as the Epic API)
  • Cerner — (referred to as the Cerner API) System API for Cerner EMR system

HTTP Configuration

  • http.host — sets the service host interface. It should be configured in config-<mule.env>.yaml file. (Defaults to 0.0.0.0 for all interfaces)
  • http.port — sets the service port number. It should be configured in config-<mule.env>.yaml file. (Default 8081)
  • https.port - sets the service port number. It should be configured in config-<mule.env>.yaml file. (Default 8082)
  • TLS Configuration - Keystore properties setup:
    • keystore.alias - sets the alias to the keystore. It should be configured in config-<mule.env>.yaml file
    • keystore.path - sets the path to the key file. Key should be availabe in /src/main/resources/keystore. It should be configured in config-<mule.env>.yaml file
    • keystore.keypass — sets keystore keypass to support HTTPS operation. It should be encrypted and configured in config-secured-<mule.env>.yaml file
    • keystore.password— sets keystore password to support HTTPS operation. It should be encrypted and configured in config-secured-<mule.env>.yaml file.

Please refer to the attached link on how to generate the Keystore.

Run it

  1. Right-click the template project folder.
  2. Hover your mouse over 'Run as'.
  3. Click Mule Application (configure).
  4. Inside the dialog, select Environment and set the variable mule.env to the appropriate value (e.g., dev or local).
  5. Inside the dialog, select Environment and set the variable mule.key to the property encryption key that you used to encrypt your secure properties.
  6. Click Run.

Deployment instructions for CloudHub using provided scripts

Ensure the Maven profile CloudHub-DEV has been properly configured in your settings.xml file. Reference can be found by downloading the Accelerator Setup Guide asset. Additional instructions are available in Accelerator Setup Guide - Configuring the Accelerator Build section.

Update the config-dev.yaml properties appropriately and then use one of the following scripts to deploy the application to Cloud Hub:

  • packageDeploy.sh or deployOnly.sh (Mac/Linux)
  • packageDeploy.cmd or deployOnly.cmd (Windows)

Testing

  • Use Advanced Rest Client or Postman to send request over HTTP. The template includes a postman collection in src/test/resources folder.

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TypeTemplate
OrganizationMuleSoft
Published by
MuleSoft Solutions
Published onJan 28, 2022
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