if you go to the ITS page
<https://specifications.openehr.org/releases/ITS/latest/index>, you can
see links to most concrete formats you need. The XML format for AOM2 and
OPT2 is there as well, which is the format for ADL2 templates, since the
latter are just a kind of archetype in ADL2. THese latter XML formats
have not yet been used much, but the ADL workbench generates them (but
doesn't read them). The ADL-designer and/or LinkEHR will read the XML
formats for ADL 1.4 and .oet, but probably not (yet) ADL2-XML.
On 16/09/2019 11:58, Georg Fette wrote:
I am currently trying to learn the openEHR template format specification.
The first thing I did was looking at the specification page
(https://specifications.openehr.org/), to see what template formats
exist. On this page OPT1.4, OPT2 and AOM2 are listed as description
laguages that somehow are related to templates. .oet is not listed on
this page and I did not find a a formal definition of the
xml-specification for .oet.
Is there somewhere a formal .oet specification ?
I read the pages linked to OPT1.4, OPT2 and AOM2 linked on the
The next thing I did was that I downloaded all templates from
https://www.openehr.org/ckm/, https://arketyper.no/ckm/ and
https://ckm.highmed.org/ckm/ using the bulk exports and tried to infer
the specification from what I got from those three CKMs. Are the names
of the tags simply the names of the archetype fields from the
archetypes, enriched with <Rule> and <constraint> ?
The next thing I looked at were the .opt files. The CKMs can export
those individually using the Ocean OPT components. Which format do
those files correpont to, OPT1.4 or OPT2 ?
On the specification page
https://specifications.openehr.org/releases/AM/latest/OPT2.html I did
not find a specification for the XML-Format of .opts.
Is the .optx specification somewhere available ?
Is it possible with one of the available workbenches (perhaps even
using a CKM) to transform the .opt-XML file into an .adl file ?
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