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Re: [Gnumed-devel] bootstrapping on windows

From: Sebastian Hilbert
Subject: Re: [Gnumed-devel] bootstrapping on windows
Date: Tue, 17 Apr 2007 21:46:39 +0200
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On Tuesday 17 April 2007 20:17, Ruthard Baudach wrote:
> At the moment I gave up the idea of using a Windows postgesql server -
> just wanted to try the bdt import, and that's possible by exporting in
> Windows and transferring the file to a Linux machine,
Let's figure this out. It certainly works on my Windows test machine.
> But - I finally had a gnumed_v5 database, pgadmin showed me all postgresql
> roles that schould be there (the whole Enterprise medical crew et al.),
Good. Did you do that via the upgrade-db.bat script ?
> yet I cannot connect.
Please take a look at the pg_hba.conf and 
They are linked directly from the start menu. Since it works for me there must 
be some issue with your config files.

I am using postgresql 8.0.2 or something like that

> If I'm not mistaken, Windows does not support Unix 
> sockets, thus leaving the connection type "local" useless, and there seems
> to be no ident server in windows, thus leyving the ident method of
> authentication useless. I tried host and installed an identd
>  from, but was not able to connect.
The config file the entry for "Gnumed on windows machine" needs to have in it. But you knew that. Furthermore what does the gnumed logfile 
> Being a declared Linux fan that's no problem for me, but as GNUmed wants
> to become software for all platforms, this problem should be solved one
> day.
> I think, either I am mistaken, or the authentication method has to be 
> changed someday.
Help me out on that one. What is there to change. I know little about all 
> Regarding archiving:
> At the moment we're batch scanning all paper documents and store them, all
> faxes after conversion in jpegs and all other electronic documentation in
> an intermediate directory.
> In a second step all fuiles in this directory are displayed, matched to a
> patient, renamed and stored in the patient's own directory.
> Exploring the GNUmed archiving module I got the impression that you have
> to select a patient and scan then the documents for this patient. We tried
> this method, and it is far from efficient. I found an article from
> 06.02.2002 in the archives of Deutsch Ă„rzteblatt featuring MedituxArchiv,
> obviously programmed by German GNUmed programmers, that describes exactly
> this procedure. Has there been any sound reason to change it in favor of
> scanning patient by patient?
> BDT Import works fine for name and birthdate. Is there any possiblility to
> import more than one patient at a time - transfering the demographic
> database from Main EMR to gnumed in order to use gnumed modules?
> Your doing a very good job with this work, and I wish you good luck with
> Alluro!
> Ruthard

Sebastian Hilbert 
Leipzig / Germany
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