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=====Is the OHF Viewer/Portal open source too?=====
 
=====Is the OHF Viewer/Portal open source too?=====
 
Yes, a demo is [http://ibmod235.dal-ebis.ihost.com:8080/ available online].
 
Yes, a demo is [http://ibmod235.dal-ebis.ihost.com:8080/ available online].
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=====Do you really think physicians will use it?!?=====
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It wasn't supposed to be something physicians will use. It will never be enhanced to be a full EMR/EHR application.
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=====So why did you do it?=====
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* As a proof of concept
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* Helping developers who wants to see how an applicaption might use the bridge.
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* Letting developers take code and use it as sample code.
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* You can use the bridge as a simple UI to the interoperability back end, upload, search, and download documents and patient identity.
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* To test the bridge.
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Revision as of 14:10, 3 November 2006

General

How do I submit bugs to OHF?

See Submit Bugs to OHF wiki page

Connectathon

IHE Plugins

OHF Bridge

I'm having problems installing the bridge, what's going on?

The bridge documentations are not updated since the first beta. The bridge will be finalized close to the IHE Connectathon 2007 so we hope to have a version out soon afterwards. In the meantime we encourage everyone to use the online version. The extra benefits are that we update the bridge frequently with bug fixed and enhancements, less time for you to do installations.

Ok, I want to use the bridge. What now?

Until we'll have all the documents ready, the best thing to do is to browse the WSDL, and to send an email to eishays{at}us{.}ibm{dot}com. I'll have a 30 min chat with you and make sure you can do oat least one transaction my your own. We managed to have applications working with the bridge in less then an our.

OHF Viewer

Is the OHF Viewer/Portal open source too?

Yes, a demo is available online.

Do you really think physicians will use it?!?

It wasn't supposed to be something physicians will use. It will never be enhanced to be a full EMR/EHR application.

So why did you do it?
  • As a proof of concept
  • Helping developers who wants to see how an applicaption might use the bridge.
  • Letting developers take code and use it as sample code.
  • You can use the bridge as a simple UI to the interoperability back end, upload, search, and download documents and patient identity.
  • To test the bridge.

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