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Posted almost 7 years ago by free...@gmail.com (Jeff)
I'm not sure whether it would make sense to either: a) Amend the installation wiki page with instructions on upgrades from the 0.8.x series. This would require that the user upgrade to the latest version of 0.8.x, as the upgrade sql is keyed towards the newest versions of the database structures.
Posted almost 7 years ago by free...@gmail.com (Jeff)
On Thu, Jul 19, 2012 at 1:15 PM, charilaos13 It's pretty simple in the current program's interface. If you're doing it in raw GWT (as in, you're modifying the Java code), you would simply use something like this (example taken from [link]
Posted almost 7 years ago by charis.so...@gmail.com (charilaos13)
I need to create a class (probably more than one) that will get the input form the doctors nodes and give suggestions on the diagnosed diseases. e.g. Doctor's input-node: Patient presented fever, cold etc. Output suggestion: <some codings available from ICD-10/SNOMED-CT> so as the doctor will choose the appropriate one.
Posted almost 7 years ago by free...@gmail.com (Jeff)
On Thu, Jul 19, 2012 at 5:33 AM, charilaos13 That's correct. If a database table isn't considered an EMR "attachment" (or part of the medical record), it descends from SupportModule. Correct. GWT doesn't allow certain dynamic functionality, due to the way it works (compiling Java into Javascript). To get around this, I have a
Posted almost 7 years ago by charis.so...@gmail.com (charilaos13)
Dear Jeff, If I understand correctly from the examples: - You are creating a subclass inherited from the superclass "SupportModule" e.g. [link] - Then you are creating a table to hold the values of that class e.g.
Posted almost 7 years ago by xiaoning...@gmail.com (朱宁)
2012/7/18 Jeff <free...@gmail.com> Dear Jeff: I am a master in China.I am doing a Research on FreeMED's database.I want to know some details about database architecture,data types,management functions, maintenance efficiency and flexibility,field extension, storage efficiency and interface standard.Looking forward to your
Posted almost 7 years ago by free...@gmail.com (Jeff)
On Tue, Jul 17, 2012 at 4:55 AM, charilaos13 It's pretty simple. The DTDs are located in data/schema/mysql. Example: [link] There's a "module definition", which is located in lib/org/freemedsoftware/module Example: [link]
Posted about 7 years ago by charis.so...@gmail.com (charilaos13)
Is there any doc for Freemed v0.9? I need to create a module for codings e.g. ICD-10 - SNOMED-CT and I need the doc to understand the programming developmetn of Freemed.
Posted over 7 years ago by volkerb...@gmail.com (volkerbradley)
That being said, you should know that the documentation files are not yet in the new version.
Posted over 7 years ago by free...@gmail.com (Jeff)
On Wed, Jan 25, 2012 at 3:11 PM, George Tsouloupas Thanks! Dr Bradley is working on help documentation for it, and we're trying to work out some last minute bugs, but this is *long* overdue!