Generalisations vs Associations

2005-04-20 Thread Bert Verhees
send another email to this list this morning, it did not appear in the list. Is/was the list down? -- kind regards, Bert Verhees ROSA Software - If you have any questions about using this list, please send a message to d.lloyd at openehr.org

Fwd: Re: OIDs / II

2005-04-20 Thread Bert Verhees
-- Doorgestuurd bericht -- Subject: Re: OIDs / II Date: woensdag 20 april 2005 10:33 From: Bert Verhees bert.verh...@rosa.nl To: openehr-technical at openehr.org Grahame Grieve wrote: Regarding OIDs and II, I think there's a misunderstanding about the point of the OID part

Generalisations vs Associations

2005-04-21 Thread Bert Verhees
7 3365 4311, www.dstc.edu.au - If you have any questions about using this list, please send a message to d.lloyd at openehr.org -- Met vriendelijke groet Bert Verhees ROSA Software - If you have any questions about using this list, please send a message to d.lloyd at openehr.org

OIDs / II

2005-04-26 Thread Bert Verhees
for a qualifier is even more urgent. There may be other solutions then a qualifier to this problem, but the current situation in the standard is in my opinion not sufficient regards Bert Verhees Gerard -- private -- Gerard Freriks, arts Huigsloterdijk 378 2158 LR Buitenkaag The Netherlands

EntityNameParts

2005-04-26 Thread Bert Verhees
of a pragmatist. hi Karsten depends which hat I'm wearing. If I'm programming, then I probably won't care - delegate the problem to the user. If I'm wearing my standards hat, or writing a reference demographics server, then I would care Grahame -- Met vriendelijke groet Bert

EntityNameParts

2005-04-27 Thread Bert Verhees
, at 09:56, Bert Verhees wrote: Op dinsdag 26 april 2005 07:37, schreef Gerard Freriks: We must get used to the notion that patients not always have to provide their real names. And that in order to provide healthcare we need to know the real (administrative) identity. When you build

OIDs / II

2005-04-27 Thread Bert Verhees
Op woensdag 27 april 2005 11:21, schreef Thomas Beale: Bert Verhees wrote: presented as belonging together, it is not that simple, a collection of information can have more then one number, and the CEN-standard does not provide meta-information in some cases, f.e

early adopter list

2005-01-26 Thread Bert Verhees
A few months ago, there was the idea to start an early adopter list. I haven't heard much about that since, though it looked to me as a good idea. Someone have any idea when this will start? regards Bert - If you have any questions about using this list, please send a message to d.lloyd at

'Reply To' setting in openehr posts

2005-01-27 Thread Bert Verhees
I agree, this is commonly done on mailinglists Bert Verhees USM Bish wrote: This is a request for the List Admin. The 'Reply To:' setting for the mailing list is currently set for the Original Poster (OP). This results in two things: o On hitting [Reply] on most MUAs the 'To:' address

GPIC

2005-07-22 Thread Bert Verhees
Thomas Beale wrote: Bert Verhees wrote: Hi, Thomas Beale asked me to write more to this mailinglist, and I have an important issue to discuss. Last thursday, I had a meeting wherein Thomas was present, in fact, it was education about EN13606. After a whole day of talking, by Thomas

GPIC

2005-07-26 Thread Bert Verhees
can deliver data to archetype editors, and maybe it will be possible to support some ADL-scripts. I know, archetypes can be programmed hard-coded, but that has not much of a challenge to me. We'll see, anyway there are people wanting GPICs, let me serve them first Regards Bert Verhees Gerard

Reversengineering java-files in Rose

2005-07-21 Thread Bert Verhees
help me out. I must say, I can read Java-code wel, but I do not know all the nitty gritty details about all its syntaxes Thanks Bert Verhees

Fwd: Re: Problem with Datatype: Instance Identifier (II)

2005-03-01 Thread Bert Verhees
Shouldn't there be a better distribution of standard-documents (just an idea to get standards implemented widely) -- Doorgestuurd bericht -- Subject: Re: Problem with Datatype: Instance Identifier (II) Date: dinsdag 1 maart 2005 14:29 From: someone To: Bert Verhees

Problem with Datatype: Instance Identifier (II)

2005-03-01 Thread Bert Verhees
of the ID's. not sure what you mean here? Was a stupid remark, I thought, just as with EntityNamePart, where one can tell which kind of name one is reading, one could use a property to tell which kind of ID one is reading, as an optional property. Too bad this is not done. Regards Bert Verhees

OID once more

2005-03-07 Thread Bert Verhees
to present this? Normally, the Insurance-number is a part of the Identity which is a list of II, but the items of that list do not contain meta-information. How can an insurance number be recognized? -- Thanks, thanks, very much Bert Verhees ROSA Software - If you have any questions about using

OID once more

2005-03-07 Thread Bert Verhees
Thanks Dipa, I hope it helps best regards Bert Verhees Op maandag 7 maart 2005 15:06, schreef Dipak Kalra: Dear Bert, As you know, I am not technical enough to respond to you on OID construction, but I wanted you to know that I am sensitive to the OID-heavy nature of 13606 at present

EntityNameParts

2005-03-09 Thread Bert Verhees
, and because I want to give as much information as possible, because this can be important to identify a person, I want to add an extra entityNamePart: J.B. And now I am looking for a namepartType or namePartQualifier for initials. Someone have an idea? Thanks -- Met vriendelijke groet Bert Verhees

Problem with Datatype: Instance Identifier (II)

2005-03-09 Thread Bert Verhees
Thomas Beale wrote: Bert Verhees wrote: Now I must tell them they have to recognize the InsuranceNumbere from the OID which points to InsuranceCompany, somewhere??. There has to be a service on the Internet where one can translate OID's to friendly names, something like DNS for IP

EntityNameParts

2005-03-11 Thread Bert Verhees
Op vrijdag 11 maart 2005 08:37, schreef Gerard Freriks: CEN/TC251 has an european standard: General Purpose Information Components. These 170 GPICS are proto-archetypes that can be contrained into archetypes. One of those is the proto-archetype for Patient demographic information. In the

EntityNameParts

2005-03-11 Thread Bert Verhees
Op vrijdag 11 maart 2005 12:34, schreef Karsten Hilbert: On Fri, Mar 11, 2005 at 12:12:03PM +0100, Bert Verhees wrote: I am extracting data from existing systems, and put them in a CEN-structure (this is simplified saying of what I am really doing). I do not want to loose vital information

EntityNameParts

2005-03-11 Thread Bert Verhees
. This is done really smart in CEN, they have an EntityName, which consists of a set of EntityNameParts, the number is unlimited, but the qualifier-possibilities are limited. The only way is to add a qualifier, that is extending the standard Not clean but doable. Karsten -- Met vriendelijke groet Bert

EntityNameParts

2005-03-11 Thread Bert Verhees
more questions. Have a nice weekend. Kind regards Bert Verhees Gerard -- private -- Gerard Freriks, arts Huigsloterdijk 378 2158 LR Buitenkaag The Netherlands +31 252 544896 +31 654 792800 On 11 Mar 2005, at 13:42, Bert Verhees wrote: Op vrijdag 11 maart 2005 12:36, schreef

Problem with Datatype: Instance Identifier (II)

2005-03-12 Thread Bert Verhees
Thomas Beale wrote: Bert Verhees wrote: Thanks, even it is not the same as CEN, it helps me understand CEN better. Too bad that we have to deal with three standards. For a technician like me this is terrible, too bad it is hard to get to different views based on different technical

EntityNameParts

2005-03-15 Thread Bert Verhees
. Hipp, but he never pretended to be a Dr. only comes up on demographics servers, but I don't see any of the forms of representation mentioned in this list helping me with this. (Though I read it real quick) Grahame -- Met vriendelijke groet Bert Verhees ROSA Software - If you have any

OIDs / II

2005-03-15 Thread Bert Verhees
I am writing can be used for datamining, and will be used as such, but there are many more uses. I have no complaint about market-interests. Grahame -- Met vriendelijke groet Bert Verhees ROSA Software - If you have any questions about using this list, please send a message to d.lloyd

EntityNameParts

2005-03-15 Thread Bert Verhees
Op vrijdag 11 maart 2005 11:42, schreef Karsten Hilbert: On Fri, Mar 11, 2005 at 10:31:09AM +0100, Bert Verhees wrote: Op donderdag 10 maart 2005 13:48, schreef Karsten Hilbert: There are no fixed patterns for names or naming conventions. There are many societies where

EntityNameParts

2005-03-15 Thread Bert Verhees
Op vrijdag 11 maart 2005 12:34, schreef Karsten Hilbert: On Fri, Mar 11, 2005 at 12:12:03PM +0100, Bert Verhees wrote: I am extracting data from existing systems, and put them in a CEN-structure (this is simplified saying of what I am really doing). I do not want to loose vital information

EntityNameParts

2005-03-17 Thread Bert Verhees
. Which hat is the Standard wearing? Regards Bert Verhees - If you have any questions about using this list, please send a message to d.lloyd at openehr.org

Problem with Datatype: Instance Identifier (II)

2005-03-01 Thread Bert Verhees
that no automated processing should rely on that. *My Question *How can an automated Process distinguish a InsuranceNumber? The II datatype needs IMHO a mood-indicator, or else a automated process will never know what to do with one of the ID's. Thanks in advance for an answer kind regards Bert Verhees

Patient to Investigation

2005-05-09 Thread Bert Verhees
for datamining. Maybe I am overlooking or misunderstanding something, do not hesitate to tell me Kind regards Bert Verhees - If you have any questions about using this list, please send a message to d.lloyd at openehr.org

SubjectOfInvestigation

2005-05-24 Thread Bert Verhees
in the interface, and it sends emails to involved persons if information to an issue has changed An example from Bugzilla in use is: https://bugzilla.mozilla.org/ A large list of companies worldwide use Bugzilla http://www.bugzilla.org/installation-list/ and it is free Bert Verhees Op dinsdag 24

BugZila etc. was: SubjectOfInvestigation

2005-05-25 Thread Bert Verhees
Tim Cook wrote: This post doesn't directly affect me but I thought the information below might help. On Tue, 2005-05-24 at 11:39, Bert Verhees (ROSA Software) wrote: I looks to me on first sight that Bugzilla is designed for use under Unix/Linux which I do not run

Issue 2

2005-05-25 Thread Bert Verhees
-- Not having a qualifier in II -- The datatype II should have a standarized qualifier which gives meta-information about II itself. As it is possible, as described, to add more than one II object to an entity, it should be recognizable which one

Issue 3

2005-05-25 Thread Bert Verhees
--- The OID in II should not be mandatory --- This is a serious problem, which makes the standard not useable. At this moment, their is not a system that does the supply of OID's Also, their is not an Internet-service which does resolve the OID's

Issue 4

2005-05-25 Thread Bert Verhees
-defining organsiation changes? More issues to follow, now I must earn my living Kind regards Bert Verhees - If you have any questions about using this list, please send a message to d.lloyd at openehr.org

Issue 2

2005-05-25 Thread Bert Verhees
Bert Verhees bert.verhees at ros a.nl To Sent by: Edgar Gl?ck edgar.gluck at kith.no owner-openehr-tec cc hnical

Issue 5

2005-05-25 Thread Bert Verhees
- Use of reserved words in data-types properties - In the HL7 documentation (of which I do not know if it is used in this way in TS4796), I found methods in datatype BL (Boolean) which cannot be implemented because they are reserved words. This is

Issue 1

2005-05-30 Thread Bert Verhees
regards Bert Verhees -Original Message- From: William E Hammondhammo001 at mc.duke.edu Sent: 5/29/05 6:29:41 AM To: openehr-technical at openehr.orgopenehr-technical at openehr.org Cc: openehr-technical at openehr.orgopenehr-technical at openehr.org, owner-openehr

Issue 1

2005-05-30 Thread Bert Verhees
for what purpose/application/public the objects ever will be used. kind regards Bert Verhees -Original Message- From: William E Hammondhammo001 at mc.duke.edu Sent: 5/29/05 6:29:41 AM To: openehr-technical at openehr.orgopenehr-technical at openehr.org Cc: openehr

openEhr-specs

2005-09-14 Thread Bert Verhees
Hi, is there a problem with some links on svn.openehr.org/specification/TRUNK/publishing/index.html Some links work, but I tried to look at database-schemas and programming languages, but they didnot show in as wel Firefox as the Internet Explorer. Thanks for an answer -- kind regards, Bert

Ehr-Java-kernel

2005-09-19 Thread Bert Verhees
to handle for many people)? Thanks in advance for any help, hints and tips -- Regards, Bert Verhees ROSA Software - If you have any questions about using this list, please send a message to d.lloyd at openehr.org

Ehr-Java-kernel

2005-09-20 Thread Bert Verhees
, if other people financial will allow me to do that, which again depends on the current state. This is the kind of information which I am hoping to get.with my question Regards Bert Verhees - If you have any questions about using this list, please send a message to d.lloyd at openehr.org

Ehr-Java-kernel

2005-09-20 Thread Bert Verhees
Op dinsdag 20 september 2005 15:38, schreef Thomas Beale: Bert Verhees wrote: Hi Rong will be able to give you the best feedback ( I believe he is in Shanghai at the moment, so it mat be a while before he responds). But the CHIME group is working with this code in London, so we should also

difficulties starting an implementation

2005-09-22 Thread Bert Verhees
findings Thanks Bert Verhees

please remove me from the list

2006-04-10 Thread Bert Verhees
and other ignorants what this is about (or pouint with an URL) thanks Bert Verhees

Authorisation

2006-04-14 Thread Bert Verhees
, then there would be only one extra authorization necessary, the patient must allow the GP to use all the archetypes, he as a GP is entitled to use. But maybe, very well possible, I am overlooking a lot, so Please help me thinkig about this Thanks Bert Verhees

Authorisation

2006-04-14 Thread Bert Verhees
2158 LR Buitenkaag The Netherlands T: +31 252 544896 M: +31 654 792800 On 14-apr-2006, at 13:12, Bert Verhees wrote: A GP a few days ago was thinking of the following situation A patient goes to the GP, the GP sends the patient to the hospital, in the hospital there are some tests

removal of data

2006-04-14 Thread Bert Verhees
it. -- Is it possible to delete a composition in a way that is not traceable anymore? A short answer will do, maybe with a pointer to where to find this information Thanks in advance Bert Verhees

removal of data

2006-04-16 Thread Bert Verhees
Let me enlighten my question Bert Verhees schreef: Thanks again for the help with the authorization-question, I was lost in the wrong document of the specs. I must say, reading the specs, really is not something for a rainy afternoon, but it is worth it. I have another question, probably

removal of data

2006-04-18 Thread Bert Verhees
Op maandag 17 april 2006 04:08, schreef Sam Heard: Hi everyone In fact both situations are available in openEHR. In the general case and without access to the repository it is only possible to create a new version which has no information and mark it as deleted. This is generally true for

removal of data

2006-04-18 Thread Bert Verhees
First, I want to thank everyone for their contributions on this discussion, it helped me a lot. Now I discovered today, there is a law in the Netherlands which obliges care-takers (GP's etc) to remove all records for patients demanding this (within 3 months of demand, and after some years of

removal of data

2006-04-22 Thread Bert Verhees
Gerard Freriks schreef: Dear all, In the paper world, I know, it is clear. A document with legal implications can never be destroyed without any trace. A document with legal implications can be removed from a registry in one place and moved to a special registry, folder, cupboard, etc.

removal of data

2006-04-22 Thread Bert Verhees
the connection does not anymore exists in the database. Concluding, there may be cases where logically deleting will not be sufficient, so there may be cases that physically removal will be necessary, to be compliant with the law. Regards Bert Verhees

Authorisation

2006-04-23 Thread Bert Verhees
Verhees wrote: Op vrijdag 14 april 2006 14:29, schreef Bert Verhees: Gerard, thanks for your explanation. I was a bit confused by the ISO18308-conformance document I understand now, that there are classes X_ACCESS_CONTROL and ACCESS_GROUP to handle this. But the first

removal of data

2006-04-23 Thread Bert Verhees
. I quote: The project has plans, however, to someday implement an *svnadmin obliterate* command which would accomplish the task of permanently deleting information. It would, in my opinion be good when OpenEhr would have this goal too. Thanks Bert Verhees

Archetypes

2006-04-23 Thread Bert Verhees
. Apache/2.0.50 (Fedora) Server at oceaninformatics.biz Port 80 Can someone tell me where I can find those? Thanks in advance Bert Verhees -- next part -- An HTML attachment was scrubbed... URL: http

Archetypes

2006-04-24 Thread Bert Verhees
://oceaninformatics.biz/archetypes/) Thanks Bert Verhees

removal of data

2006-04-24 Thread Bert Verhees
Thomas Beale schreef: Bert, I think you are making this much more complicated than it needs to be. There is nothing /a priori/ to stop physical deletion of _parts_ of a record. However in version controlled systems, something special behind the scenes is usually needed to effect it. How

removal of data

2006-04-24 Thread Bert Verhees
in case of art 455 says that it is not allowed (destruction means no way back!!) to revert back, why should openehr want to revert back? But as I said, it is not important to me, at the time it occurs I will find my way to comply to the law. regards Bert Verhees

removal of data

2006-04-25 Thread Bert Verhees
Op maandag 24 april 2006 17:11, schreef Thomas Beale: Bert Verhees wrote: available in the API) requires a higher level of access than other operations, i.e. cannot just be done by any normal user - it might require a system administrator with special permissions. This is because physical

Ace or project files

2006-04-26 Thread Bert Verhees
thanks Bert Verhees

Ace or project files

2006-04-28 Thread Bert Verhees
EiffelStudio, and in the past I never had complains from the compiler like that, but I will investigate it further, and come back to this As Thomas says, the Eiffel sources are not up top date, and I do not have much time, regretly, so, too bad .. Thanks Bert On 4/26/06, Bert Verhees

Ace or project files

2006-04-28 Thread Bert Verhees
build in, you can do that in other languages to, but in Eiffel, some language features are really only there for this. When you see the presentations on www.eiffel.com, you will see regards Bert Verhees

EiffelStudio now free for OpenSource projects

2006-04-05 Thread Bert Verhees
Because OpenEhr specs are developed with help of EiffelStudio, this could be interesting for developers http://www.eiffel.com/general/news/2006/2006_04_05_pr.html http://eiffelsoftware.origo.ethz.ch/index.php/Main_Page regards Bert Verhees

ADL parser

2006-08-27 Thread Bert Verhees
-tests. I guess tomorrow you will get better answers,many readers are to a congress in Maastricht regaeds Bert Verhees rgds A minreddy - Stay in the know. Pulse on the new Yahoo.com. Check it out. - How low

Archchetype editor on Linux --help

2006-08-30 Thread Bert Verhees
Thanks Mattias for your answer. I keep it short, now, the weather has improved, and I am on holiday ;-) and the keyboard-layout still is French, which causes me to search every character. 2006/8/28, Bert Verhees bert.verhees at rosa.nl: There is already a Java-based archetype editor available

Archchetype editor on Linux --help

2006-08-30 Thread Bert Verhees
, which causes me to search every character. 2006/8/28, Bert Verhees bert.verhees at rosa.nl: There is already a Java-based archetype editor available here: http://svn.openehr.org/knowledge/archetypes/dev/index.html Too bad, the sourcecode still is not published (last time I downloaded

dictionary

2006-02-07 Thread Bert Verhees
. Or am I completetely misunderstanding the issue, and is it in fact a non-issue. Please explain to me. Thanks in advance Kind regards Bert Verhees

OpenEhr comparison to GEHR

2006-02-08 Thread Bert Verhees
point me to locations on the Internet where this is discussed, or can someone explain this for me? I will be very thankful. -- Kind regards Bert Verhees

fm file-extension

2006-02-16 Thread Bert Verhees
I guess it is framemaker Do I need these files, SVN downloaded many of them, or is the information already elsewhere in other files (and up to date)? regards Bert Verhees

difficulties starting an implementation

2006-01-13 Thread Bert Verhees
, or to the list, whatever you prefer -- Kind regards Bert Verhees

difficulties starting an implementation

2006-01-13 Thread Bert Verhees
Op vrijdag 13 januari 2006 16:13, schreef Tim Cook: On Fri, 2006-01-13 at 10:07 +0100, Bert Verhees wrote: I am now studying OpenEhr for a new project. ... Which documents should I read (first) to understand the way the thing works (technical) This won't help with the details

difficulties starting an implementation

2006-01-13 Thread Bert Verhees
While reading the docs, I stumble on the acronym ITSs. It may not be that important, but I want to know, what does it mean, I searched on www.acronyms.ch and found: Incompatible Time-sharing System Can someone tell me what it really means, thank you regards Bert Verhees

difficulties starting an implementation

2006-01-14 Thread Bert Verhees
Tim Cook wrote: On Wed, 2005-09-21 at 23:07 +0200, Bert Verhees wrote: Please correct me if I am wrong, Please take it as a request for information, or if I am wrong and need to be corrected, as a discussion. If you go here: http://svn.openehr.org/specification/BRANCHES/Release-1.0

difficulties starting an implementation

2006-01-17 Thread Bert Verhees
To XMI. Could that be useful? Is it possible to do those basics things here Regards Bert Verhees

difficulties starting an implementation

2006-01-17 Thread Bert Verhees
for qualifying this. I hope people who are, and reading this list, and having time, can spent some words on it. regards Bert Verhees

difficulties starting an implementation

2006-01-18 Thread Bert Verhees
Op woensdag 18 januari 2006 01:16, schreef Sebastian Garde: Hi Bert, the way I understand the differences between openSDE and openEHR: Thanks, Sebastian, really helpful answer, gives something to think of Regards Bert Verhees

difficulties starting an implementation

2006-01-18 Thread Bert Verhees
before it will be implementable. Is that true? Do I understand that well? regards Bert Verhees I suspect there is no correct way of doing this. It will depend on circumstances and very rapidly changing persistence options. The whole industry is moving to lessening the 'impedance' between

difficulties starting an implementation

2006-01-18 Thread Bert Verhees
, and all messages in the main list got the attentention, so people only interested only in association-news had to read their mail with a finger on the delete-button /offtopic regards bert verhees

difficulties starting an implementation

2006-01-19 Thread Bert Verhees
and persistence can interact with each other. Am I wrong when I think this will be the publishing of data to be used in a GUI, because a GUI is not only denpending on datasets, but also on usability-guidelines? -- regards Bert Verhees

difficulties starting an implementation

2006-01-19 Thread Bert Verhees
I wonder, Ian, did you ever looked to Cache (www.intersystems.com) It is called Post-relational, this is because it also can understand SQL. But it is a kind of OO-database, I don't know if it has all the OO-particularities like (multiple)inheritence, or object as field of another object.

difficulties starting an implementation

2006-01-20 Thread Bert Verhees
to buy the company was rejected by its owner on other then financial reasons. The owner, Terry Ragon, loves his company, and is commited to MUMPS since the very early days in 1978. So there are no stockholders which decide, but only he. regards Bert Verhees Ogi Pishev - Original

persistence layer

2006-03-03 Thread Bert Verhees
Are there plans to work out concepts for an persistence layer Thanks in advance for an answer -- regards Bert Verhees

persistence layer

2006-03-10 Thread Bert Verhees
Kevin M. Coonan, M.D. wrote: Shouldn't heavy weight queries be limited to a separate OLAP platform? This This is what I have seen at a large data-processing company where I used to work for. They ran separate tables, optimized for OLAP-queries (wide flat ugly tables with lots of

FW: persistence layer

2006-03-16 Thread Bert Verhees
Dear Mikael, since I initially started the discussion, I explain what my needs/opinions are. A good persistence-layer reflects the classes which want to be persistent. The classes do not need to know what DB-vendor is involved. There will be no db-vendor specific code in the main application,

FW: persistence layer

2006-03-17 Thread Bert Verhees
Rong Chen wrote: Bert Verhees wrote: Dear Mikael, since I initially started the discussion, I explain what my needs/opinions are. A good persistence-layer reflects the classes which want to be persistent. Do you have any specific need for queries? If you don't need to query

persistence layer

2006-03-17 Thread Bert Verhees
There are no persistence layer defined in the OpenEhr specs, Thomas said there will be specs for this after some time. While reading the rest of the mails (I was a week or more behind), I see there is a lot of work being done (I have not yet read it all). I agree with Rong Chen that

persistence layer

2006-03-17 Thread Bert Verhees
The paper of Scott W. Ambler is very interesting in this context (google for it) http://www.ambysoft.com/essays/persistenceLayer.html Bert

Antw: Re: [GPCG_TALK] Archetype Maintenance

2006-05-03 Thread Bert Verhees
You refer to machine computer system interfaces and that these might be proprietary. Yes they could and will. But when the holy grail is about plug-and-play interoperability then these interfaces (archetypes) must be free to use. Gerard, how about SNOMED-tables, they are expensive, and many

ADL-version

2006-05-08 Thread Bert Verhees
Hi Does it make sense to learn previous versions of ADL for use of OpenEhr. I ask this because ADL 1.3 is well documented, and I saw the document updated lately (februari) and maybe it is still important? Or maybe it is not? And is it sufficient to know about 2.0 A human, like me, only has a

[Fwd: Modelling Medication Administration Control]

2006-05-09 Thread Bert Verhees
good question!!! (though, seems an implementer-question to me) I hope you get a good answer, interesting for me, also regards Bert Rodrigo Filgueira schreef: Maybe I sent it to the wrong place originally. Any ideas? thank you

XML serializer (retry due to too large message)

2006-11-17 Thread Bert Verhees
Bert Verhees schreef: Mattias Forss schreef: Well, I'm no expert on XSD since I never cared about learning it... but if I go back to your example, why didn't you use xsi:type in some places, for example: I don't know if you ever saw this site, I did, it was helpful http

XML serializer (retry due to too large message)

2006-11-17 Thread Bert Verhees
Mattias Forss schreef: Well, I'm no expert on XSD since I never cared about learning it... but if I go back to your example, why didn't you use xsi:type in some places, for example: I don't know if you ever saw this site, I did, it was helpful Bert

EPD Problems at Kaiser Permanente

2006-11-17 Thread Bert Verhees
-BEGIN PGP SIGNED MESSAGE- Hash: SHA1 Information about the failing of a world famous 4 billion costing EHR I found these links on a closed (payed dutch) mailing list. Maybe someone finds this interesting. http://histalk.blog-city.com/

Release of Java Archetype Editor v0.4

2006-10-09 Thread Bert Verhees
have time to look at it, I am very glad the sourcecode has been published. This gives me that wonderful feeling of being independent ;-) regards Bert Verhees Please take your time to read the release notes before installing the program. The Archetype Editor was developed within the framework

Antw: Re: Antw: Re: AW: HL7 templates/archetypes

2006-10-17 Thread Bert Verhees
Williamtfgoossen at cs.com schreef: Good Point Ed, Until now the list of actual OpenEHR implementation I have actually seen working is 0 William, I told before on this list, English is not even my second language, but I do what I can to be understandable. --- Now to your Good Point, Ed

Archchetype editor on Linux --help

2006-09-02 Thread Bert Verhees
to do something else with ADL, to facilitate that. So in this context, I think publishing the code will be very good. I hope it will be done in short time. regards Bert Verhees 2006/8/28, Bert Verhees bert.verhees at rosa.nl: There is already a Java-based archetype editor available here

Antw: Sources of information on HL7 EHR/OpenEHR

2006-09-14 Thread Bert Verhees
al). well, I can't speak for the designers (I'm spending some time with him today on this subject ;-), but archetypes and HL7 models are the same thing. I can interconvert between them. The only issues are syntactical differences in things that are allowed in each language, and they

Sources of information on HL7 EHR/OpenEHR

2006-09-14 Thread Bert Verhees
-BEGIN PGP SIGNED MESSAGE- Hash: SHA1 Tim Churches schreef: Bert Verhees wrote: I stopped this work because there is a bug in the java-kernel concerning Archetype-slots, which are really necessary for this job. ... The code I wrote is however based on the 0.95 kernel. But it can

Open Source Database

2007-08-07 Thread Bert Verhees
Op Monday 06 August 2007 22:38:20 schreef Tim Churches: snip snip snip I'm not sure whether that means it supports queries or not - I suspect not. So for an open-source implementation of openEHR, it looks like, as at August 2007, one has to either wait an indeterminate length of time for

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