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How do you run XDS MESA test 11710 via the OHF bridge? [message #24885] Tue, 28 November 2006 14:41 Go to next message
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Originally posted by: sdoyle.medcommons.net

The description of the test is at
http://hcxw2k1.nist.gov/wiki/index.php/NIST_XDS_Test_Kit_200 6-2007_Test_Descriptions#11710

I can see how to run this via the xdstest tool that NIST provides - but
one of the rationales for the test is that it tests connectivity of your
application to the XDS server. This means (and this is where I might be
horribly confused :-) ) that it really needs to be run from the bridge
application.

I'm happy to be wrong about this.
Re: How do you run XDS MESA test 11710 via the OHF bridge? [message #24958 is a reply to message #24885] Tue, 28 November 2006 14:54 Go to previous message
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Basically any successful XDS transaction shows you can connect to the
server. I have informed Bill Majurski that only the OHF bridge IP
address is exposed in this way and this test is not feasible to execute
unless we really hack our workflow. Bill has yet to get back to me.

Bill was previously using the IP address to search throught his server
logs and validate that a particular company had done a particular test.
How we are getting around this for the meantime is for you to generate a
patient ID using Bill's patient Id allocator service
( http://hcxw2k1.nist.gov:8080/xdsServices2/xds/patientId/assi gnPatientId.html).
And use this ID in all of your XDS tests. Log this ID along with the
other requested information for test 11710 in a .txt file and note that
you are using the OHF bridge to pass MESA tests. You can additionally
run any XDS test successfully and capture the server response in a .txt.
Zip the two of these up together and I think there should be sufficient
evidence that you can connect to NIST and that NIST can validate that
you are by searching for the patient Id that you have allocated for
yourself for use in all of your tests.

- Sarah


Sean Doyle wrote:
> The description of the test is at
> http://hcxw2k1.nist.gov/wiki/index.php/NIST_XDS_Test_Kit_200 6-2007_Test_Descriptions#11710
>
>
> I can see how to run this via the xdstest tool that NIST provides - but
> one of the rationales for the test is that it tests connectivity of your
> application to the XDS server. This means (and this is where I might be
> horribly confused :-) ) that it really needs to be run from the bridge
> application.
> I'm happy to be wrong about this.
Re: How do you run XDS MESA test 11710 via the OHF bridge? [message #575922 is a reply to message #24885] Tue, 28 November 2006 14:54 Go to previous message
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Registered: July 2009
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Basically any successful XDS transaction shows you can connect to the
server. I have informed Bill Majurski that only the OHF bridge IP
address is exposed in this way and this test is not feasible to execute
unless we really hack our workflow. Bill has yet to get back to me.

Bill was previously using the IP address to search throught his server
logs and validate that a particular company had done a particular test.
How we are getting around this for the meantime is for you to generate a
patient ID using Bill's patient Id allocator service
( http://hcxw2k1.nist.gov:8080/xdsServices2/xds/patientId/assi gnPatientId.html).
And use this ID in all of your XDS tests. Log this ID along with the
other requested information for test 11710 in a .txt file and note that
you are using the OHF bridge to pass MESA tests. You can additionally
run any XDS test successfully and capture the server response in a .txt.
Zip the two of these up together and I think there should be sufficient
evidence that you can connect to NIST and that NIST can validate that
you are by searching for the patient Id that you have allocated for
yourself for use in all of your tests.

- Sarah


Sean Doyle wrote:
> The description of the test is at
> http://hcxw2k1.nist.gov/wiki/index.php/NIST_XDS_Test_Kit_200 6-2007_Test_Descriptions#11710
>
>
> I can see how to run this via the xdstest tool that NIST provides - but
> one of the rationales for the test is that it tests connectivity of your
> application to the XDS server. This means (and this is where I might be
> horribly confused :-) ) that it really needs to be run from the bridge
> application.
> I'm happy to be wrong about this.
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