Integrating the Healthcare Enterprise

 

 IHE/MESA Content Consumer Tests

 

Electronic Radiology Laboratory

Mallinckrodt Institute of Radiology
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Revision 10.12.0
29-January-2007

Contents:

Content Consumer
Introduction
Patient Identification
Configuration
Starting the MESA Servers
Installation Test
Loading Test Data
Test Cases: XDS-SD

  1. Test Case 14121: XDS-SD: Render Sample Documents
  2. Test Case 14101: Render Vendor Documents
Test Cases: PCC

Aortic Dissection Samples

  1. 40800: PCC XPHR Render Aortic Dissection
  2. 40801: PCC EDR Render Aortic Dissection
  3. 40802: PCC BPPC Render Aortic Dissection
  4. 40803: PCC XD-Lab Render Aortic Dissection
  5. 40804: PCC PPHP Render Aortic Dissection
  6. 40805: PCC XDS-MS Discharge Render Aortic Dissection

Cardiac Referral Samples

  1. 40810: PCC XPHR Render Cardiac Referral
  2. 40811: PCC XDS-MS Referral Render Cardiac Referral
  3. 40812: PCC BPPC Render Cardiac Referral
  4. 40813: PCC XD-Lab Render Cardiac Referral
  5. 40814: PCC PPHP Render Cardiac Referral
  6. 40815: PCC XDS-MS Discharge Render Cardiac Referral

Vendor Samples

  1. 40155: XDS-MS Referral Sample
  2. 40154: Discharge Summary Sample
  3. 40822: PCC Render Vendor XPHR
  4. 40152: BPPC Sample
  5. 40151: EDR Sample
  6. 40153: PPHP Sample
  7. 40156: XD-Lab Sample
  8. 40157: XPHR Extract Sample
  9. 40158: XPHR Update Sample

Content Consumer

Introduction

The MESA tests include a number of cases each of which rely on a sequence of messages between actors. These tests range across different integration profiles:

This document lists the transactions and messages for a number of cases. It may not describe the clinical scenario behind each case, but listing the transactions should clearly define what is expected of each actor.  These are all of the transactions involving all of the actors.  When you test with your particular actor, you may see only a subset of these messages.

Note that the tests for Content profiles such as XDS-MS and XDS-SD are over and above tests for the delivery of data for profiles XDS, XDM and XDR. The tests described in this document concern the content described in the XDS-MS and XDS-SD profile. The XDS/XDM/XDR tests concerned with delivery of data are documented elsewhere.

Patient Identification

Configuration

Starting the MESA Servers

There are no MESA servers to start for this test.

Installation Test

Loading Test Data

Test Cases: XDS-SD

This section describes test cases that are generally associated with the XDS-SD Integration Profile.

Test Case 14121: XDS-SD: Render Sample Documents

In test 14121, the Document Consumer renders a PDF/A and a plaintext document and submits the two screen shots to the Project Manager for evaluation. The purpose of this test is to make sure the consumer application can properly render the XDS-SD document.

References

Instructions

  1. The file $MESA_TARGET/mesa_tests/iti/msgs/xds-sd/example1.xml represents a sample CDA-wrapped PDF/A document according to the XDS-SD Integration Profile.

    $MESA_TARGET/mesa_tests/iti/msgs/xds-sd/example2.xml
    is CDA-wrapped plaintext.

    Import these 2 documents into your system by out of band means (the MESA tests do not give you a Document Repository that allows you to retrieve this document).

  2. Render the content on your system.

  3. Perform a screen capture of the rendered output. Name the captured output <your-system-name>_14121_pdf.<extension> and <your-system-name>_14121_text.<extension> where <extension> is html, jpg, bmp, doc, etc.

Evaluation

  1. Submit the file created above to the Project Manager. The Project Manager will examine to determine sufficient information has been made available to the user.

Supplemental Information

Test Case 14101: Sample XDS-SD Documents

The Document Consumer will import a number of documents supplied by different XDS-SD Document Sources. The Document Consumer fills out a worksheet indicating if the content could be imported/rendered.
The purpose of this test is to give Document Consumers a chance to examine content in advance of a face to face test. This will allow some debugging of document content to be performed offline rather than in real time.

References

Instructions

  1. Look on the MESA Software Distribution web page for the file: xds-sd-14101.zip. This file contains CDA documents from Document Source actors and a Word document that is a worksheet to complete.
  2. Import/render each CDA-wrapped document in the zip file.
  3. For each document, fill out the appropriate data in the worksheet.
  4. Name the worksheet: <your-system-name>_14101.xls

Evaluation

  1. Submit the worksheet created above to the Project Manager for evaluation.
  2. If you find any documents that are problematic, contact the Project Manager as soon as possible so we can work with the source of the data.

Supplemental Information

 

 

Test Cases: PCC

This section describes test cases that are generally associated with several different PCC profiles.

40800: PCC XPHR Render Aortic Dissection

In test 40800, the Content Consumer is asked to "process/render" a test document from the Aortic Dissection test case. You need to use your imagination for this test. Process/render means to apply one or more of the options that are listed below:

  • View
  • Document Import
  • Section Import
  • Discrete Data Import

You will perform one or more of those actions on the sample document and then provide evidence that you have performed this action. That evidence will be some screen capture or database dump from your system.

References

Instructions

  1. The file $MESA_TARGET/mesa_tests/pcc/msgs/aortic/ad-xphr.xml represents a sample XPHR document according to the XPHR Integration Profile.
  2. Import this document into your system by out of band means.
  3. Render/process the content on your system. Generate some display (GUI, database dump, command line output) that demonstrates that you have successfully processed the document.
  4. Perform a screen capture of the rendered output. Name the captured output <your-system-name>_40800<extension> and where <extension> is html, jpg, bmp, doc, etc. If the output is just a text file, then you can just submit the text file without performing a screen capture.
  5. Create a separate text file (.txt, not word document) that briefly explains which option is supported and how that is demonstrated by the output in the step above.
  6. Place both files (output file, text explanation) in a zip file (name_40800.zip) and submit that zip file for evaluation.

Evaluation

  1. Submit the zip file created above to the Project Manager. The Project Manager will examine to determine sufficient information has been made available to the user.

Supplemental Information

40801: PCC EDR Render Aortic Dissection

In test 40801, the Content Consumer is asked to "process/render" a test document from the Aortic Dissection test case. You need to use your imagination for this test. Process/render means to apply one or more of the options that are listed below:

  • View
  • Document Import
  • Section Import
  • Discrete Data Import

You will perform one or more of those actions on the sample document and then provide evidence that you have performed this action. That evidence will be some screen capture or database dump from your system.

References

Instructions

  1. The file $MESA_TARGET/mesa_tests/pcc/msgs/aortic/ad-edr.xml represents a sample EDR document according to the EDR Integration Profile.
  2. Import this document into your system by out of band means.
  3. Render/process the content on your system. Generate some display (GUI, database dump, command line output) that demonstrates that you have successfully processed the document.
  4. Perform a screen capture of the rendered output. Name the captured output <your-system-name>_40801<extension> and where <extension> is html, jpg, bmp, doc, etc. If the output is just a text file, then you can just submit the text file without performing a screen capture.
  5. Create a separate text file (.txt, not word document) that briefly explains which option is supported and how that is demonstrated by the output in the step above.
  6. Place both files (output file, text explanation) in a zip file (name_40801.zip) and submit that zip file for evaluation.

Evaluation

  1. Submit the zip file created above to the Project Manager. The Project Manager will examine to determine sufficient information has been made available to the user.

Supplemental Information

40802: PCC BPPC Render Aortic Dissection

In test 40802, the Content Consumer is asked to "process/render" a test document from the Aortic Dissection test case. You need to use your imagination for this test. Process/render means to apply one or more of the options that are listed below:

  • View
  • Document Import
  • Section Import
  • Discrete Data Import

You will perform one or more of those actions on the sample document and then provide evidence that you have performed this action. That evidence will be some screen capture or database dump from your system.

References

Instructions

  1. The file $MESA_TARGET/mesa_tests/pcc/msgs/aortic/ad-bppc.xml represents a sample BPPC document according to the BPPC Integration Profile.
  2. Import this document into your system by out of band means.
  3. Render/process the content on your system. Generate some display (GUI, database dump, command line output) that demonstrates that you have successfully processed the document.
  4. Perform a screen capture of the rendered output. Name the captured output <your-system-name>_40802<extension> and where <extension> is html, jpg, bmp, doc, etc. If the output is just a text file, then you can just submit the text file without performing a screen capture.
  5. Create a separate text file (.txt, not word document) that briefly explains which option is supported and how that is demonstrated by the output in the step above.
  6. Place both files (output file, text explanation) in a zip file (name_40802.zip) and submit that zip file for evaluation.

Evaluation

  1. Submit the zip file created above to the Project Manager. The Project Manager will examine to determine sufficient information has been made available to the user.

Supplemental Information

40803: PCC XD-Lab Render Aortic Dissection

In test 40803, the Content Consumer is asked to "process/render" a test document from the Aortic Dissection test case. You need to use your imagination for this test. Process/render means to apply one or more of the options that are listed below:

  • View
  • Document Import
  • Section Import
  • Discrete Data Import

You will perform one or more of those actions on the sample document and then provide evidence that you have performed this action. That evidence will be some screen capture or database dump from your system.

References

Instructions

  1. The file $MESA_TARGET/mesa_tests/pcc/msgs/aortic/ad-lab.xml represents a sample XD*-Lab document according to the XD*-Lab Integration Profile.
  2. Import this document into your system by out of band means.
  3. Render/process the content on your system. Generate some display (GUI, database dump, command line output) that demonstrates that you have successfully processed the document.
  4. Perform a screen capture of the rendered output. Name the captured output <your-system-name>_40803<extension> and where <extension> is html, jpg, bmp, doc, etc. If the output is just a text file, then you can just submit the text file without performing a screen capture.
  5. Create a separate text file (.txt, not word document) that briefly explains which option is supported and how that is demonstrated by the output in the step above.
  6. Place both files (output file, text explanation) in a zip file (name_40803.zip) and submit that zip file for evaluation.

Evaluation

  1. Submit the zip file created above to the Project Manager. The Project Manager will examine to determine sufficient information has been made available to the user.

Supplemental Information

40804: PCC PPHP Render Aortic Dissection

In test 40804, the Content Consumer is asked to "process/render" a test document from the Aortic Dissection test case. You need to use your imagination for this test. Process/render means to apply one or more of the options that are listed below:

  • View
  • Document Import
  • Section Import
  • Discrete Data Import

You will perform one or more of those actions on the sample document and then provide evidence that you have performed this action. That evidence will be some screen capture or database dump from your system.

References

Instructions

  1. The file $MESA_TARGET/mesa_tests/pcc/msgs/aortic/ad-pphp.xml represents a sample PPHP document according to the PPHP Integration Profile.
  2. Import this document into your system by out of band means.
  3. Render/process the content on your system. Generate some display (GUI, database dump, command line output) that demonstrates that you have successfully processed the document.
  4. Perform a screen capture of the rendered output. Name the captured output <your-system-name>_40804<extension> and where <extension> is html, jpg, bmp, doc, etc. If the output is just a text file, then you can just submit the text file without performing a screen capture.
  5. Create a separate text file (.txt, not word document) that briefly explains which option is supported and how that is demonstrated by the output in the step above.
  6. Place both files (output file, text explanation) in a zip file (name_40804.zip) and submit that zip file for evaluation.

Evaluation

  1. Submit the zip file created above to the Project Manager. The Project Manager will examine to determine sufficient information has been made available to the user.

Supplemental Information

40805: PCC XDS-MS Discharge Render Aortic Dissection

In test 40805, the Content Consumer is asked to "process/render" a test document from the Aortic Dissection test case. You need to use your imagination for this test. Process/render means to apply one or more of the options that are listed below:

  • View
  • Document Import
  • Section Import
  • Discrete Data Import

You will perform one or more of those actions on the sample document and then provide evidence that you have performed this action. That evidence will be some screen capture or database dump from your system.

References

Instructions

  1. The file $MESA_TARGET/mesa_tests/pcc/msgs/aortic/ad-discharge.xml represents a sample XDS-MS Discharge Summary document according to the XDS-MS Integration Profile.
  2. Import this document into your system by out of band means.
  3. Render/process the content on your system. Generate some display (GUI, database dump, command line output) that demonstrates that you have successfully processed the document.
  4. Perform a screen capture of the rendered output. Name the captured output <your-system-name>_40805<extension> and where <extension> is html, jpg, bmp, doc, etc. If the output is just a text file, then you can just submit the text file without performing a screen capture.
  5. Create a separate text file (.txt, not word document) that briefly explains which option is supported and how that is demonstrated by the output in the step above.
  6. Place both files (output file, text explanation) in a zip file (name_40805.zip) and submit that zip file for evaluation.

Evaluation

  1. Submit the zip file created above to the Project Manager. The Project Manager will examine to determine sufficient information has been made available to the user.

Supplemental Information

40810: PCC XPHR Render Cardiac Referral

In test 40810, the Content Consumer is asked to "process/render" a test document from the Cardiac Referral test case. You need to use your imagination for this test. Process/render means to apply one or more of the options that are listed below:

  • View
  • Document Import
  • Section Import
  • Discrete Data Import

You will perform one or more of those actions on the sample document and then provide evidence that you have performed this action. That evidence will be some screen capture or database dump from your system.

References

Instructions

  1. The file $MESA_TARGET/mesa_tests/pcc/msgs/card/cardref-xphr.xml.xml represents a sample XPHR document according to the XPHR Integration Profile.
  2. Import this document into your system by out of band means.
  3. Render/process the content on your system. Generate some display (GUI, database dump, command line output) that demonstrates that you have successfully processed the document.
  4. Perform a screen capture of the rendered output. Name the captured output <your-system-name>_40810<extension> and where <extension> is html, jpg, bmp, doc, etc. If the output is just a text file, then you can just submit the text file without performing a screen capture.
  5. Create a separate text file (.txt, not word document) that briefly explains which option is supported and how that is demonstrated by the output in the step above.
  6. Place both files (output file, text explanation) in a zip file (name_40810.zip) and submit that zip file for evaluation.

Evaluation

  1. Submit the zip file created above to the Project Manager. The Project Manager will examine to determine sufficient information has been made available to the user.

Supplemental Information

40811: PCC XDS-MS Referral Render Cardiac Referral

In test 40811, the Content Consumer is asked to "process/render" a test document from the Cardiac Referral test case. You need to use your imagination for this test. Process/render means to apply one or more of the options that are listed below:

  • View
  • Document Import
  • Section Import
  • Discrete Data Import

You will perform one or more of those actions on the sample document and then provide evidence that you have performed this action. That evidence will be some screen capture or database dump from your system.

References

Instructions

  1. The file $MESA_TARGET/mesa_tests/pcc/msgs/card/cardref-referral.xml.xml represents a sample XDS-MS Referral document according to the XDS-MS Integration Profile.
  2. Import this document into your system by out of band means.
  3. Render/process the content on your system. Generate some display (GUI, database dump, command line output) that demonstrates that you have successfully processed the document.
  4. Perform a screen capture of the rendered output. Name the captured output <your-system-name>_40811<extension> and where <extension> is html, jpg, bmp, doc, etc. If the output is just a text file, then you can just submit the text file without performing a screen capture.
  5. Create a separate text file (.txt, not word document) that briefly explains which option is supported and how that is demonstrated by the output in the step above.
  6. Place both files (output file, text explanation) in a zip file (name_40811.zip) and submit that zip file for evaluation.

Evaluation

  1. Submit the zip file created above to the Project Manager. The Project Manager will examine to determine sufficient information has been made available to the user.

Supplemental Information

40812: PCC BPPC Render Cardiac Referral

In test 40812, the Content Consumer is asked to "process/render" a test document from the Cardiac Referral test case. You need to use your imagination for this test. Process/render means to apply one or more of the options that are listed below:

  • View
  • Document Import
  • Section Import
  • Discrete Data Import

You will perform one or more of those actions on the sample document and then provide evidence that you have performed this action. That evidence will be some screen capture or database dump from your system.

References

Instructions

  1. The file $MESA_TARGET/mesa_tests/pcc/msgs/card/cardref-bppc.xml.xml represents a sample BPPC document according to the BPPC Integration Profile.
  2. Import this document into your system by out of band means.
  3. Render/process the content on your system. Generate some display (GUI, database dump, command line output) that demonstrates that you have successfully processed the document.
  4. Perform a screen capture of the rendered output. Name the captured output <your-system-name>_40812<extension> and where <extension> is html, jpg, bmp, doc, etc. If the output is just a text file, then you can just submit the text file without performing a screen capture.
  5. Create a separate text file (.txt, not word document) that briefly explains which option is supported and how that is demonstrated by the output in the step above.
  6. Place both files (output file, text explanation) in a zip file (name_40812.zip) and submit that zip file for evaluation.

Evaluation

  1. Submit the zip file created above to the Project Manager. The Project Manager will examine to determine sufficient information has been made available to the user.

Supplemental Information

40813: PCC XD-Lab Render Cardiac Referral

In test 40813, the Content Consumer is asked to "process/render" a test document from the Cardiac Referral test case. You need to use your imagination for this test. Process/render means to apply one or more of the options that are listed below:

  • View
  • Document Import
  • Section Import
  • Discrete Data Import

You will perform one or more of those actions on the sample document and then provide evidence that you have performed this action. That evidence will be some screen capture or database dump from your system.

References

Instructions

  1. The file $MESA_TARGET/mesa_tests/pcc/msgs/card/cardref-lab.xml.xml represents a sample XD*-Lab document according to the XD*-Lab Integration Profile.
  2. Import this document into your system by out of band means.
  3. Render/process the content on your system. Generate some display (GUI, database dump, command line output) that demonstrates that you have successfully processed the document.
  4. Perform a screen capture of the rendered output. Name the captured output <your-system-name>_40813<extension> and where <extension> is html, jpg, bmp, doc, etc. If the output is just a text file, then you can just submit the text file without performing a screen capture.
  5. Create a separate text file (.txt, not word document) that briefly explains which option is supported and how that is demonstrated by the output in the step above.
  6. Place both files (output file, text explanation) in a zip file (name_40813.zip) and submit that zip file for evaluation.

Evaluation

  1. Submit the zip file created above to the Project Manager. The Project Manager will examine to determine sufficient information has been made available to the user.

Supplemental Information

40814: PCC PPHP Render Cardiac Referral

In test 40814, the Content Consumer is asked to "process/render" a test document from the Cardiac Referral test case. You need to use your imagination for this test. Process/render means to apply one or more of the options that are listed below:

  • View
  • Document Import
  • Section Import
  • Discrete Data Import

You will perform one or more of those actions on the sample document and then provide evidence that you have performed this action. That evidence will be some screen capture or database dump from your system.

References

Instructions

  1. The file $MESA_TARGET/mesa_tests/pcc/msgs/card/cardref-pphp.xml.xml represents a sample PPHP document according to the PPHP Integration Profile.
  2. Import this document into your system by out of band means.
  3. Render/process the content on your system. Generate some display (GUI, database dump, command line output) that demonstrates that you have successfully processed the document.
  4. Perform a screen capture of the rendered output. Name the captured output <your-system-name>_40814<extension> and where <extension> is html, jpg, bmp, doc, etc. If the output is just a text file, then you can just submit the text file without performing a screen capture.
  5. Create a separate text file (.txt, not word document) that briefly explains which option is supported and how that is demonstrated by the output in the step above.
  6. Place both files (output file, text explanation) in a zip file (name_40814.zip) and submit that zip file for evaluation.

Evaluation

  1. Submit the zip file created above to the Project Manager. The Project Manager will examine to determine sufficient information has been made available to the user.

Supplemental Information

40815: PCC XDS-MS Discharge Render Cardiac Referral

In test 40815, the Content Consumer is asked to "process/render" a test document from the Cardiac Referral test case. You need to use your imagination for this test. Process/render means to apply one or more of the options that are listed below:

  • View
  • Document Import
  • Section Import
  • Discrete Data Import

You will perform one or more of those actions on the sample document and then provide evidence that you have performed this action. That evidence will be some screen capture or database dump from your system.

References

Instructions

  1. The file $MESA_TARGET/mesa_tests/pcc/msgs/card/cardref-discharge.xml.xml represents a sample XDS-MS Discharge Summary document according to the XDS-MS Integration Profile.
  2. Import this document into your system by out of band means.
  3. Render/process the content on your system. Generate some display (GUI, database dump, command line output) that demonstrates that you have successfully processed the document.
  4. Perform a screen capture of the rendered output. Name the captured output <your-system-name>_40815<extension> and where <extension> is html, jpg, bmp, doc, etc. If the output is just a text file, then you can just submit the text file without performing a screen capture.
  5. Create a separate text file (.txt, not word document) that briefly explains which option is supported and how that is demonstrated by the output in the step above.
  6. Place both files (output file, text explanation) in a zip file (name_40815.zip) and submit that zip file for evaluation.

Evaluation

  1. Submit the zip file created above to the Project Manager. The Project Manager will examine to determine sufficient information has been made available to the user.

Supplemental Information

40155: XDS-MS Referral Sample

In test 40155, the Content Consumer is asked to "process/render" a set of test documents that are supplied by other test participants. You need to use your imagination for this test. Process/render means to apply one or more of the options that are listed below:

  • View
  • Document Import
  • Section Import
  • Discrete Data Import

You will perform one or more of those actions on the sample documents and then provide evidence that you have performed this action. That evidence will be some screen capture or database dump from your system.

References

Instructions

  1. Look on the Connectathon Wiki for the XDS-MS Referral ssamples for your Connectathon. The URL is http://ihewiki.wustl.edu/wiki.. This page will evolve as vendors add samples, so be patient.
  2. The Discharge Summary page will contain a spreadsheet (40155.xls) and a set of XML files contributed by vendors.
  3. Process/render each document submitted by a vendor. (Again, use your imagination.)
  4. Fill out the "Comment" column in the spreadsheet that indicates if you could successfully process/render each document.
  5. Assuming that the process/render step is successful, follow the normal process of submitting the result (spreadsheet) to the Project Manager.
  6. If there are any issues with any of the sample documents, send an email to the Project Manager immediately to alert him/her to the issue. This would allow the Project Manager to coordinate with the other systems involved.

Evaluation

  1. Complete the file 40155.xls by filling in the "Comment" column.
  2. Submit the 40155.xls file to the Project Manager for evaluation.
  3. Email comments immediately to the Project Manager if there are issues with any of the supplied samples.

Supplemental Information

40154: XDS-MS Discharge Summary Sample

In test 40821, the Content Consumer is asked to "process/render" a set of test documents that are supplied by other test participants. You need to use your imagination for this test. Process/render means to apply one or more of the options that are listed below:

  • View
  • Document Import
  • Section Import
  • Discrete Data Import

You will perform one or more of those actions on the sample documents and then provide evidence that you have performed this action. That evidence will be some screen capture or database dump from your system.

References

Instructions

  1. Look on the Connectathon Wiki for the XDS-MS Discharge Summary samples for your Connectathon. The URL is http://ihewiki.wustl.edu/wiki.. This page will evolve as vendors add samples, so be patient.
  2. The Discharge Summary page will contain a spreadsheet (40154.xls) and a set of XML files contributed by vendors.
  3. Process/render each document submitted by a vendor. (Again, use your imagination.)
  4. Fill out the "Comment" column in the spreadsheet that indicates if you could successfully process/render each document.
  5. Assuming that the process/render step is successful, follow the normal process of submitting the result (spreadsheet) to the Project Manager.
  6. If there are any issues with any of the sample documents, send an email to the Project Manager immediately to alert him/her to the issue. This would allow the Project Manager to coordinate with the other systems involved.

Evaluation

  1. Complete the file 40154.xls by filling in the "Comment" column.
  2. Submit the 40154.xls file to the Project Manager for evaluation.
  3. Email comments immediately to the Project Manager if there are issues with any of the supplied samples.

Supplemental Information

40822: PCC Render Vendor XPHR

This test is now deprecated in favor of 41057 and 40158

In test 40822, the Content Consumer is asked to "process/render" a set of test documents that are supplied by other test participants. You need to use your imagination for this test. Process/render means to apply one or more of the options that are listed below:

  • View
  • Document Import
  • Section Import
  • Discrete Data Import

You will perform one or more of those actions on the sample documents and then provide evidence that you have performed this action. That evidence will be some screen capture or database dump from your system.

References

Instructions

  1. Look on the Connectathon Wiki for the BPPC samples for your Connectathon. The URL is http://ihewiki.wustl.edu/wiki.. This page will evolve as vendors add samples, so be patient.
  2. The EDR page will contain a spreadsheet (40152.xls) and a set of XML files contributed by vendors.
  3. Process/render each document submitted by a vendor. (Again, use your imagination.)
  4. Fill out the "Comment" column in the spreadsheet that indicates if you could successfully process/render each document.
  5. Assuming that the process/render step is successful, follow the normal process of submitting the result (spreadsheet) to the Project Manager.
  6. If there are any issues with any of the sample documents, send an email to the Project Manager immediately to alert him/her to the issue. This would allow the Project Manager to coordinate with the other systems involved.

Evaluation

  1. Complete the file 40822.xls by filling in the "Comment" column.
  2. Submit the 40822.xls file to the Project Manager for evaluation.
  3. Email comments immediately to the Project Manager if there are issues with any of the supplied samples.

Supplemental Information

40152: BPPC Sample

In test 40152, the Content Consumer is asked to "process/render" a set of test documents that are supplied by other test participants. You need to use your imagination for this test. Process/render means to apply one or more of the options that are listed below:

  • View
  • Document Import
  • Section Import
  • Discrete Data Import

You will perform one or more of those actions on the sample documents and then provide evidence that you have performed this action. That evidence will be some screen capture or database dump from your system.

References

Instructions

  1. Look on the Connectathon Wiki for the BPPC samples for your Connectathon. The URL is http://ihewiki.wustl.edu/wiki.. This page will evolve as vendors add samples, so be patient.
  2. The BPPC page will contain a spreadsheet (40151.xls) and a set of XML files contributed by vendors.
  3. Process/render each document submitted by a vendor. (Again, use your imagination.)
  4. Fill out the "Comment" column in the spreadsheet that indicates if you could successfully process/render each document.
  5. Assuming that the process/render step is successful, follow the normal process of submitting the result (spreadsheet) to the Project Manager.
  6. If there are any issues with any of the sample documents, send an email to the Project Manager immediately to alert him/her to the issue. This would allow the Project Manager to coordinate with the other systems involved.

Evaluation

  1. Complete the file 40152.xls by filling in the "Comment" column.
  2. Submit the 40152.xls file to the Project Manager for evaluation.
  3. Email comments immediately to the Project Manager if there are issues with any of the supplied samples.

Supplemental Information

40151: EDR Sample

In test 40151, the Content Consumer is asked to "process/render" a set of test documents that are supplied by other test participants. You need to use your imagination for this test. Process/render means to apply one or more of the options that are listed below:

  • View
  • Document Import
  • Section Import
  • Discrete Data Import

You will perform one or more of those actions on the sample documents and then provide evidence that you have performed this action. That evidence will be some screen capture or database dump from your system.

References

Instructions

  1. Look on the Connectathon Wiki for the EDR samples for your Connectathon. The URL is http://ihewiki.wustl.edu/wiki.. This page will evolve as vendors add samples, so be patient.
  2. The EDR page will contain a spreadsheet (40151.xls) and a set of XML files contributed by vendors.
  3. Process/render each document submitted by a vendor. (Again, use your imagination.)
  4. Fill out the "Comment" column in the spreadsheet that indicates if you could successfully process/render each document.
  5. Assuming that the process/render step is successful, follow the normal process of submitting the result (spreadsheet) to the Project Manager.
  6. If there are any issues with any of the sample documents, send an email to the Project Manager immediately to alert him/her to the issue. This would allow the Project Manager to coordinate with the other systems involved.

Evaluation

  1. Complete the file 40151.xls by filling in the "Comment" column.
  2. Submit the 40151.xls file to the Project Manager for evaluation.
  3. Email comments immediately to the Project Manager if there are issues with any of the supplied samples.

Supplemental Information

40153: PCC Render Vendor PPHP

In test 40825, the Content Consumer is asked to "process/render" a set of test documents that are supplied by other test participants. You need to use your imagination for this test. Process/render means to apply one or more of the options that are listed below:

  • View
  • Document Import
  • Section Import
  • Discrete Data Import

You will perform one or more of those actions on the sample documents and then provide evidence that you have performed this action. That evidence will be some screen capture or database dump from your system.

References

Instructions

  1. Look on the Connectathon Wiki for the PPHP samples for your Connectathon. The URL is http://ihewiki.wustl.edu/wiki.. This page will evolve as vendors add samples, so be patient.
  2. The PPHP page will contain a spreadsheet (40153.xls) and a set of XML files contributed by vendors.
  3. Process/render each document submitted by a vendor. (Again, use your imagination.)
  4. Fill out the "Comment" column in the spreadsheet that indicates if you could successfully process/render each document.
  5. Assuming that the process/render step is successful, follow the normal process of submitting the result (spreadsheet) to the Project Manager.
  6. If there are any issues with any of the sample documents, send an email to the Project Manager immediately to alert him/her to the issue. This would allow the Project Manager to coordinate with the other systems involved.

Evaluation

  1. Complete the file 40153.xls by filling in the "Comment" column.
  2. Submit the 40153.xls file to the Project Manager for evaluation.
  3. Email comments immediately to the Project Manager if there are issues with any of the supplied samples.

Supplemental Information

40156: XD-Lab Sample

In test 40156, the Content Consumer is asked to "process/render" a set of test documents that are supplied by other test participants. You need to use your imagination for this test. Process/render means to apply one or more of the options that are listed below:

  • View
  • Document Import
  • Section Import
  • Discrete Data Import

You will perform one or more of those actions on the sample documents and then provide evidence that you have performed this action. That evidence will be some screen capture or database dump from your system.

References

Instructions

  1. Look on the Connectathon Wiki for the XD-Lab samples for your Connectathon. The URL is http://ihewiki.wustl.edu/wiki.. This page will evolve as vendors add samples, so be patient.
  2. The XD-Lab page will contain a spreadsheet (40156.xls) and a set of XML files contributed by vendors.
  3. Process/render each document submitted by a vendor. (Again, use your imagination.)
  4. Fill out the "Comment" column in the spreadsheet that indicates if you could successfully process/render each document.
  5. Assuming that the process/render step is successful, follow the normal process of submitting the result (spreadsheet) to the Project Manager.
  6. If there are any issues with any of the sample documents, send an email to the Project Manager immediately to alert him/her to the issue. This would allow the Project Manager to coordinate with the other systems involved.

Evaluation

  1. Complete the file 40156.xls by filling in the "Comment" column.
  2. Submit the 40156.xls file to the Project Manager for evaluation.
  3. Email comments immediately to the Project Manager if there are issues with any of the supplied samples.

Supplemental Information


40157: XPHR Extract Sample

In test 40157, the Content Consumer is asked to "process/render" a set of test documents that are supplied by other test participants. You need to use your imagination for this test. Process/render means to apply one or more of the options that are listed below:

  • View
  • Document Import
  • Section Import
  • Discrete Data Import

You will perform one or more of those actions on the sample documents and then provide evidence that you have performed this action. That evidence will be some screen capture or database dump from your system.

References

Instructions

  1. Look on the Connectathon Wiki for the XPHR Extract samples for your Connectathon. The URL is http://ihewiki.wustl.edu/wiki.. This page will evolve as vendors add samples, so be patient.
  2. The XPHR Extract samples page will contain a spreadsheet (40157.xls) and a set of XML files contributed by vendors.
  3. Process/render each document submitted by a vendor. (Again, use your imagination.)
  4. Fill out the "Comment" column in the spreadsheet that indicates if you could successfully process/render each document.
  5. Assuming that the process/render step is successful, follow the normal process of submitting the result (spreadsheet) to the Project Manager.
  6. If there are any issues with any of the sample documents, send an email to the Project Manager immediately to alert him/her to the issue. This would allow the Project Manager to coordinate with the other systems involved.

Evaluation

  1. Complete the file 40157.xls by filling in the "Comment" column.
  2. Submit the 40157.xls file to the Project Manager for evaluation.
  3. Email comments immediately to the Project Manager if there are issues with any of the supplied samples.

Supplemental Information

40158: XPHR Update Sample

In test 40158, the Content Consumer is asked to "process/render" a set of test documents that are supplied by other test participants. You need to use your imagination for this test. Process/render means to apply one or more of the options that are listed below:

  • View
  • Document Import
  • Section Import
  • Discrete Data Import

You will perform one or more of those actions on the sample documents and then provide evidence that you have performed this action. That evidence will be some screen capture or database dump from your system.

References

Instructions

  1. Look on the Connectathon Wiki for the XPHR Update samples for your Connectathon. The URL is http://ihewiki.wustl.edu/wiki.. This page will evolve as vendors add samples, so be patient.
  2. The XPHR Update samples page will contain a spreadsheet (40158.xls) and a set of XML files contributed by vendors.
  3. Process/render each document submitted by a vendor. (Again, use your imagination.)
  4. Fill out the "Comment" column in the spreadsheet that indicates if you could successfully process/render each document.
  5. Assuming that the process/render step is successful, follow the normal process of submitting the result (spreadsheet) to the Project Manager.
  6. If there are any issues with any of the sample documents, send an email to the Project Manager immediately to alert him/her to the issue. This would allow the Project Manager to coordinate with the other systems involved.

Evaluation

  1. Complete the file 40158.xls by filling in the "Comment" column.
  2. Submit the 40158.xls file to the Project Manager for evaluation.
  3. Email comments immediately to the Project Manager if there are issues with any of the supplied samples.

Supplemental Information