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##Select the new project that you created and name the folder '''Vocab'''
 
##Select the new project that you created and name the folder '''Vocab'''
#Copy the HL7 '''Vocabulary.xml''' file to the Vocab directory. (In my ballot, this file is located at Edition2006/processable/toolfiles/basisfiles/Vocabulary.xml)
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#Copy the HL7 '''Vocabulary.xml''' file from your ballot to the Vocab directory. (This file is located at Edition2006/processable/toolfiles/basisfiles/Vocabulary.xml)
#Place any domain *.xml files that you have in /Vocab
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#Place any domain *.xml files that you have received from the NHS in /Vocab
 
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...to be continued...
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#You need another file in this directory called '''oids.xml'''. You may need to manually edit the file to register the oids for other domains. (Hopefully the requirement for this file will be removed in the future – depends on HL7 MIF decisions)
 
#You need another file in this directory called '''oids.xml'''. You may need to manually edit the file to register the oids for other domains. (Hopefully the requirement for this file will be removed in the future – depends on HL7 MIF decisions)
*Set up the MIF directory
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*Import the NHS MIM
#In the project, create a folder /Mif
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#Copy the NHS MIM files to your project. You can simply select all files in the MIM and drag them into the uk.gov.cfh.h3et.mim.5.5.00 project that you created.
##'''File > New > Other > General > Folder'''
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*Copy supporting files to the /Mif folder
##Select the new project that you created and name the folder '''Mif'''
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#copy the HL7 file '''rim.coremif''' into the /Mif folder. (Expand Edition2006/processable/mif/mif.zip; rim.coremif is in the resulting mif directory.)
#copy the HL7 file '''rim.coremif''' into the /Mif folder
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#copy the file '''cmetList.mif''' into the /Mif folder.  (This needs to be generated from the ballot. Could someone please post instructions how to generate this file?)
#copy the file '''cmetList.mif''' into the /Mif folder.   
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#copy all the MIF files for the static models you wish to work with to this directory
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Revision as of 06:29, 9 February 2007

Interim H3ET Repository Instructions

These instructions outline how to build a H3ET project for use with the H3ET instance editor.

Background

These instructions are temporary while the full Shared Artifact Repository and Interoperability Layer are under development. For the moment, the Eclipse project structure is based on the UK National Health Service (NHS) Message Implementation Manual (MIM) structure.

Generic Instructions

  • Create a new H3ET Project
  1. Start Eclipse with the H3ET tools installed.
  2. Select File > New > Project
  3. Select H3ET > H3ET Project
  4. Choose a project name
  5. Leave Use default checked for project contents
  6. Click Finish
  • Set up the vocabulary directory
  1. In the project, create a folder /Vocab
    1. File > New > Other > General > Folder
    2. Select the new project that you created and name the folder Vocab
  2. In the Vocab directory, copy the HL7 Vocabulary.xml file.
  3. If you are working on the NHS context, you can also place any domain *.xml files that you have in /Vocab
  4. You need another file in this directory called oids.xml. You may need to manually edit the file to register the oids for other domains. (Hopefully the requirement for this file will be removed in the future – depends on HL7 MIF decisions)
  • Set up the MIF directory
  1. In the project, create a folder /Mif
    1. File > New > Other > General > Folder
    2. Select the new project that you created and name the folder Mif
  2. copy the HL7 file rim.coremif into the /Mif folder
  3. copy the file cmetList.mif into the /Mif folder.
  4. copy all the MIF files for the static models you wish to work with to this directory

Example: Configuring for the UK NHS MIM

The following instructions explain how to configure a H3ET project for use with the UK National Health Service Message Implementation Manual (MIM), using the MIM 5.5.00 as an example.

  • Create a new H3ET Project
  1. Start Eclipse with the H3ET tools installed.
  2. Select File > New > Project
  3. Select H3ET > H3ET Project
  4. Use (e.g.) uk.gov.cfh.h3et.mim.5.5.00 as a project name
  5. Leave Use default checked for project contents
  6. Click Finish
  • Set up the vocabulary directory
  1. In the project, create a folder /Vocab
    1. File > New > Other > General > Folder
    2. Select the new project that you created and name the folder Vocab
  2. Copy the HL7 Vocabulary.xml file from your ballot to the Vocab directory. (This file is located at Edition2006/processable/toolfiles/basisfiles/Vocabulary.xml)
  3. Place any domain *.xml files that you have received from the NHS in /Vocab
  4. You need another file in this directory called oids.xml. You may need to manually edit the file to register the oids for other domains. (Hopefully the requirement for this file will be removed in the future – depends on HL7 MIF decisions)
  • Import the NHS MIM
  1. Copy the NHS MIM files to your project. You can simply select all files in the MIM and drag them into the uk.gov.cfh.h3et.mim.5.5.00 project that you created.
  • Copy supporting files to the /Mif folder
  1. copy the HL7 file rim.coremif into the /Mif folder. (Expand Edition2006/processable/mif/mif.zip; rim.coremif is in the resulting mif directory.)
  2. copy the file cmetList.mif into the /Mif folder. (This needs to be generated from the ballot. Could someone please post instructions how to generate this file?)