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  • Christopher.Edwards
    1 May 2014 - 9:19 GMT by Christopher.Edwards

    As a reminder there is no code convergence open source project group today. We will continue next week 5/8/2014.

    For your reading pleasure I've attached the Code Convergence Open Source Project Group Charter to this message. This has preliminary approval from OSEHRA and I plan on signing it and turning it in after next weeks (5/8/2014) meeting.

    Thanks!

    Christopher

  • Anthracite
    30 Apr 2014 - 21:40 GMT by Anthracite

    I hesitate to send this out because I don't want you all getting three copies
    of each of my email again, but tomorrow is the last day to sign up for this
    course and there are not yet enough people signed up to hold the course. Last
    time this happened, we ended up with 18 taking the course when it initially
    looked like not enough would sign up. Don't let this opportunity slip by
    because you got distracted and didn't register in time!

  • Anthracite
    30 Apr 2014 - 21:40 GMT by Anthracite

    I hesitate to send this out because I don't want you all getting three copies
    of each of my email again, but tomorrow is the last day to sign up for this
    course and there are not yet enough people signed up to hold the course. Last
    time this happened, we ended up with 18 taking the course when it initially
    looked like not enough would sign up. Don't let this opportunity slip by
    because you got distracted and didn't register in time!

    Education
    4 comment(s)
  • Anthracite
    30 Apr 2014 - 10:15 GMT by Anthracite

    EWD.js is a framework for quick and easy development of modern,
    state-of-the-art browser-based client/server applications. It is
    specifically designed for use with Mumps databases and applications, and is
    therefore ideal as a tool to modernise VistA. EWD.js has become the
    de-facto toolset for modernising VISTA for both desktop and mobile devices
    within the Open Source VistA development community, and has also recently
    been approved for use by the VA.

    Architecture
  • Anthracite
    30 Apr 2014 - 10:14 GMT by Anthracite

    KS Bhaskar and Larry Landis will be teaching a 4 day GT,M Administration &
    Operations course immediately before the VistA Community Meeting. Bhaskar will
    be teaching the core of the GT.M course and Larry will add the lessons learned
    from his VistA Linux systems administration experience using GT.M.

    The cost of the course is $1050 and the link for registration is here. We
    need a minimum of 4 to sign up to hold the course. If you sign up and the
    course is canceled, your money will be fully refunded.

    Architecture
  • Anthracite
    30 Apr 2014 - 9:43 GMT by Anthracite

    I hesitate to send this out because I don't want you all getting three copies
    of each of my email again, but tomorrow is the last day to sign up for this
    course and there are not yet enough people signed up to hold the course. Last
    time this happened, we ended up with 18 taking the course when it initially
    looked like not enough would sign up. Don't let this opportunity slip by
    because you got distracted and didn't register in time!

    Architecture
  • Anthracite
    30 Apr 2014 - 9:43 GMT by Anthracite

    I hesitate to send this out because I don't want you all getting three copies
    of each of my email again, but tomorrow is the last day to sign up for this
    course and there are not yet enough people signed up to hold the course. Last
    time this happened, we ended up with 18 taking the course when it initially
    looked like not enough would sign up. Don't let this opportunity slip by
    because you got distracted and didn't register in time!

    Architecture
  • Anthracite
    30 Apr 2014 - 9:43 GMT by Anthracite

    I hesitate to send this out because I don't want you all getting three copies
    of each of my email again, but tomorrow is the last day to sign up for this
    course and there are not yet enough people signed up to hold the course. Last
    time this happened, we ended up with 18 taking the course when it initially
    looked like not enough would sign up. Don't let this opportunity slip by
    because you got distracted and didn't register in time!

    Architecture
    2 comment(s)
  • Anthracite
    29 Apr 2014 - 13:23 GMT by Anthracite

    As those of you who have familiar with XML and those of you who looked at the
    file in the zip file that Peter Li posted for me in the documents folder, ICE-
    DecodedIncomingBase64Payload.xml, XML designed by HL7 is virtually unreadable
    by humans. If you are like me and have looked at the sample return document
    from ICE, you pretty much gave up trying to figure out what is in it. As
    George Lilly puts it, these XML documents need to go on a diet.

    8 comment(s)
  • Anthracite
    28 Apr 2014 - 16:08 GMT by Anthracite

    There are good instructions for installing and using ice in the links below. ICE works by providing a SOAP web service. This was my first experience with SOAP so forgive me if I don't have this quite right!

    Good instructions here: https://cdsframework.atlassian.net/wiki/display/CDSF/ICE+Web+Service+Installation+and+Setup

    Good document on the message structure can be found here - Click on Ice Client Application Instructions:

    1 comment(s)
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