ch-ppq1 component

The ch-ppq1 component provides interfaces for actors of the Privacy Policy Feed IHE transaction (CH-PPQ-1), which is described in the Swiss national extensions to the IHE Technical Framework.

Actors

The transaction defines the following actors:

CH-PPQ-1 actors
CH-PPQ-1 transaction and actors

Producer side corresponds to the Policy Source actor. Consumer side corresponds to both Policy Repository actor.

Dependencies

In a Maven-based environment, the following dependency must be registered in pom.xml:

    <dependency>
        <groupId>org.openehealth.ipf.platform-camel</groupId>
        <artifactId>ipf-platform-camel-ihe-xacml20</artifactId>
        <version>${ipf-version}</version>
    </dependency>

Endpoint URI Format

Producer

The endpoint URI format of the ch-ppq1 component producers is:

ch-ppq1://hostname:port/path/to/service[?parameters]

where hostname is either an IP address or a domain name, port is a port number, and path/to/service represents additional path elements of the remote service. URI parameters are optional and control special features as described in the corresponding section below.

Consumer

The endpoint URI format of ch-ppq1 component consumers is:

ch-ppq1:serviceName[?parameters]

The resulting URL of the exposed IHE Web Service endpoint depends on both the configuration of the deployment container and the serviceName parameter provided in the Camel endpoint URI.

For example, when a Tomcat container on the host eHealth.server.org is configured in the following way:

port = 8888
contextPath = /IHE
servletPath = /policy/*

and serviceName equals to chppq1, then the ch-ppq1 consumer will be available for external clients under the URL http://eHealth.server.org:8888/IHE/policy/chppq1

Additional URI parameters are optional and control special features as described in the corresponding section below.

Data Types

Messages exchanged in the ch-ppq1 transaction are defined in the XML Schema provided by eHealth Suisse, which also references data types from SAML 2.0 and XACML 2.0 standards:

Example

This is an example on how to use the component on the consumer side:

    from("ch-ppq1:chppq1?audit=true")
      .process(myProcessor)
      // process the incoming request and create a response

Basic Common Component Features

Basic Web Service Component Features

Advanced Web Service Component Features