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  • 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.

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  • 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:

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  • Anthracite
    27 Apr 2014 - 22:35 GMT by Anthracite

    Sam Habiel gave us a demonstration of RPMS Immunizations on the last call on
    an instance of RPMS running on Rob Silverman's Innovation Server. Over the
    weekend I have done some work to provide you a way to test drive the software
    yourself. Peter Li will soon be uploading a document that explains how to
    install client VueCentric on a Windows machine and it also shows you how to
    use a terminal session with PuTTY.

  • petercyli
    22 Apr 2014 - 8:30 GMT by petercyli

    Today's meeting is cancelled.

    Please note on your calendar: April 29th - Keith Cox will brief the
    Architecture Work Group on updates to the VistA Service Assembler.

    Peter Li

    Architecture
  • jigneshmpatel
    16 Apr 2014 - 16:41 GMT by jigneshmpatel

    I am looking to find patch for HDR CDS v3.4, can somebody point me at right
    location.
    I am also curious to know about Progress Notes Construction Set(PNCS) API?
    Is that open sourced too?

    Architecture
  • tony.seeger@va.gov
    16 Apr 2014 - 12:52 GMT by tony.seeger@va.gov

    Yep I get them six times too.

    From: Apache [mailto:apache@groups.osehra.org] On Behalf Of Nancy Anthracite
    Sent: Tuesday, April 15, 2014 5:14 PM
    To: architecture@groups.osehra.org
    Subject: [EXTERNAL] [architecture] Test from different network

    Sorry for the triple posts. I am trying to figure out what is causing it.

    --

    Nancy Anthracite

    Architecture
  • Anthracite
    15 Apr 2014 - 19:13 GMT by Anthracite

    Sorry for the triple posts. I am trying to figure out what is causing it.

    --
    Nancy Anthracite

    Architecture
  • Anthracite
    15 Apr 2014 - 16:09 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
  • ivanmetzlar
    15 Apr 2014 - 15:50 GMT by ivanmetzlar

    Hi Dave, thank you!

    On Mon, Apr 14, 2014 at 2:23 PM, "Hill, Dave" wrote:

    > Hi Ivan,
    >
    > I reposted the file with a PDF.
    >
    > Enjoy!
    > Dave
    >
    > On Apr 11, 2014, at 4:39 PM, Ivan Metzlar wrote:
    >
    > I am very interested in this document - especially FHIR - but I don't
    > use MS word.

  • Anthracite
    15 Apr 2014 - 15:48 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
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