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The NHS have funded the development of the first phase of an HL7 Static Model Designer (SMD). During the analysis phase it was decided that the application will be built upon the eclipse rich client platform RCP, utilising eclipse modelling technologies such as EMF and GMF.
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== Background ==
  
It is anticpated that this tool we will released be under an open source license and will be availble from the [http://www.openhealthtools.org/ Open Health Tools] repository.
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The NHS have funded the development of the first phase of an HL7 Static Model Designer (SMD). During the analysis phase it was decided that the application will be built upon the eclipse rich client platform RCP, utilising Eclipse modeling technologies such as EMF and GMF.
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It is anticipated that this tool we will released be under an open source license and will be available from the [http://www.openhealthtools.org/ Open Health Tools] repository.
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== Screenshots ==
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Generic graphical model editing:
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[[Image:smd_0.6_sc1.png]]
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Export facilities included with the release:
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[[Image:smd_0.6_sc2.png]]
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Validation support, both problems view and actual diagram are marked up:
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[[Image:smd_0.6_sc3.png]]
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== Updates ==
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* Phase 1 of the project was successfully completed.
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* Legal implications regarding the distribution of HL7 artefacts is resolved.

Latest revision as of 12:52, 19 January 2009

Background

The NHS have funded the development of the first phase of an HL7 Static Model Designer (SMD). During the analysis phase it was decided that the application will be built upon the eclipse rich client platform RCP, utilising Eclipse modeling technologies such as EMF and GMF.

It is anticipated that this tool we will released be under an open source license and will be available from the Open Health Tools repository.

Screenshots

Generic graphical model editing: Smd 0.6 sc1.png

Export facilities included with the release: Smd 0.6 sc2.png

Validation support, both problems view and actual diagram are marked up: Smd 0.6 sc3.png

Updates

  • Phase 1 of the project was successfully completed.
  • Legal implications regarding the distribution of HL7 artefacts is resolved.