HIMSS and RSNA
Integrating the Healthcare Enterprise

 

 IHE/MESA Portable Media Importer Tests

 

Electronic Radiology Laboratory
Mallinckrodt Institute of Radiology
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St. Louis, MO  63110
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Revision 10.11.0
29-Nov-2006

 

Contents:

Portable Media Importer Tests
Introduction
Message Attributes
Message Values
Configuration
Starting the MESA Servers
Loading Test Data
Test Cases: PDI

  1. Test Case 1931: Media “Reader” Read RSNA 2004 CD
  2. Test Case 1932: Media “Reader” Reads Vendor CDs

Cross-Enterprise Document Media Interchange (XDM) Profile Tests

  1. Test Case 11965: Portable Media Importer - Accept XDM Content
  2. Test Case 13532: XDM Media Importer - One Submission Set, Single Part Doc
  3. Test Case 13533: XDM Media Importer - One Submission Set, Multi Part Doc
  4. Test Case 13534: XDM Media Importer - Two Submission Sets, Single Part Doc
  5. Test Case 13535: XDM Media Importer - Two Submission Sets, Multi Part Doc
  6. Test Case 13540: XDM Media Importer - ATNA logging

Portable Media Importer Tests

Introduction

Integration Profiles and Test Procedures

This document lists a number of tests for Portable Media Importer Systems. You may not be responsible for all of these tests.
Please refer to the Connectathon web tool to list the required tests for your system. The web address of this tool depends on the year and Project Manager. Please contact the appropriate Project Manager to obtain this information.

Message Attributes

Message Values

Configuration

Starting the MESA Servers

MESA servers are started from a DOS/CMD window or a terminal emulator. Follow these steps for Unix systems

  1. cd $MESA_TARGET/mesa_tests/iti/actors/pmi
  2. scripts/start_mesa_servers.csh [loglevel]

To stop the servers:

     scripts/stop_mesa_servers.csh

The start instructions for MESA tools on a Windows system are:

  1. cd %MESA_TARGET%\mesa_tests\iti\actors\pmi
  2. scripts\start_mesa_servers.bat [LOGLEVEL]

To stop the MESA servers:

     scripts/stop_mesa_servers.bat

Loading Test Data

Test Cases: PDI

These test cases are generally associated with the Radiology PDI profile

Test Case 1931: Media “Reader” Read RSNA 2005 CD

The purpose of this test is for the Display actor to open the DICOMDIR file on the RSNA 2005 CD and render the images and other composite objects on the CD.

References

RAD TF

Instructions

To run this test, follow these steps:

  1. Obtain the RSNA 2005 PDI Demonstration CD. If you do not have a physical copy of the CD, download the ISO image of the CD from the MESA distribution page and create a CD from the ISO image.
  2. The table in Supplemental Information lists the vendors who have supplied data for this test. Copy the data into a text or HTML file so you can use the table as a guide to importing the data.
  3. Use your DICOM application to open the DICOMDIR file on the RSNA CD.
  4. Select and display all of the studies on the CD. For those studies with multiple images, you can select a small subset of the images.
  5. For each set of vendor data, modify the table below to indicate if you can successfully import the data. Questions are Yes/No. You can add comments at the bottom of the file.

Evaluation

  1. Submit the modified text file to the Project Manager.
  2. If there are problems with rendering, submit a screen capture demonstrating the problem and/or submit additional documentation.

Supplemental Information

Vendor Display (Y/N) Comments on Data (if there are issues)
Dynamic Imaging    
Hologic    
Eastman Kodak    
Philips (Case A)    
Philips (Case B)    
RADInfo    
Siemens    
Tiani Medgraph    

 

 

Test Case 1932: Media “Reader” Reads Vendor CDs

The purpose of this test is for the Display actor to open the DICOMDIR file on CDs provided by vendors for the RSNA 2004/2005 PDI demonstration and to import the composite objects on those CDs.

References

RAD TF

Instructions

To run this test, follow these steps:

  1. Obtain the vendor CDs from the RSNA 2004/2005 PDI Demonstrations. If you do not have a physical copy of the CDs, download the ISO images from the MESA distribution page and create a CD from the ISO image.
  2. The table in Supplemental Information lists the vendors who have supplied data for this test. Copy the data into a text or HTML file so you can use the table as a guide to importing the data.
  3. Use your DICOM application to open the DICOMDIR file on each vendor CD.
  4. Select and display all of the studies on the CD. For those studies with multiple images, you can select a small subset of the images.
  5. For each set of vendor data, modify the table below to indicate if you can successfully import the data. Questions are Yes/No. You can add comments at the bottom of the file.

Evaluation

  1. Submit the modified text file to the Project Manager.
  2. If there are problems with rendering, submit a screen capture demonstrating the problem and/or submit additional documentation.

Supplemental Information

Vendor Display (Y/N) Comments on Data (if there are issues)
Etiam (2004)    
Hologic (2004)    
McKesson (2004)    
Softmedical (2004)    
Toshiba CT (2004)    

Cross-Enterprise Document Media Interchange (XDM) Profile Tests

The first two test in this section is provided by NIST and is available on its website. The URL is contained in the text of the test below. The remainder of the tests in this section, 13532-13540, can be run using the MESA tools. Some tests may not yet be available.

11965: Portable Media Importer - Accept XDM Content

This test is provided by NIST.

Please see http://hcxw2k1.nist.gov/wiki/index.php/NIST_XDS_Test_Kit_2006-2007_Test_Requirements#XDM.2FXDR

 

13540: XDM Media Importer, ATNA Logging

In test 13540, the Portable Media Importer generates an ATNA log message that indicates PHI was imported (PHI-import trigger event). The Portable Media Importer will import two submission sets for different patients, each containing a single part document from media provided with the MESA tools.

The Media Importer shall not use the IHE Year 4 provisional schema. This test will specify the required log message.

References

ITI TF-2:3.32.4.1.4

ITI TF-2:3.20.6

Instructions

Perform these instructions using a DOS/Command prompt window or terminal emulator.

  1. Set the current directory to $MESA_TARGET/mesa_tests/iti/actors/pmi.
  2. Make sure the MESA servers have been started. See Starting the MESA Servers for details.
  3. Access the submission sets and associated meta data for test 13540. This is located in $MESA_STORAGE/XDM/13540.
  4. Import the documents in the two submission sets into your system.
  5. Perform the media import, generating an ATNA log message (see Supplemental Information). Transmit the ATNA log message to the MESA Audit Record Repository (Syslog UDP protocol, port 4000).

Evaluation

To evaluate your response to this test:

  1. From the $MESA_TARGET/mesa_tests/iti/actors/pmi directory, run the evaluation script
         perl  13540/eval_13540.pl 4
  2. The output file is 13540/grade_13540.txt. This test is successfully completed when the last line in the output file indicates 0 errors.
  3. Submit the grade file to the Project Manager.

Supplemental Information

The trigger event is PHI-import. See DICOM Supplement 95 for details. This section defines the values expected/required by this test. If your interpretation of the values for these fields differs from ours, please contact us.

Element Value Attribute Value Comments
EventIdentification   EventActionCode C DICOM Supplement 95, A.1.3.5
    EventDateTime   Proper date/time format
    EventOutcomeIndicator 0 RFC 3881 5.1.4
+EventID   code 110107 DICOM Supplement 95, A.1.3.5
    codeSystemName DCM DICOM Supplement 95, A.1.3.5
    displayName Import DICOM Supplement 95, A.1.3.5
The next entry identifies the source of the data
ActiveParticipant   UserID zebra@hosp.org Required value RFC 3881, 5.2.1, arbitrary value selected by tester. This is the source of the data.
    AlternativeUserID   Optional, not tested
    UserName   Optional, not tested
    UserIsRequester   Optional, not tested
+RoleIDCode   code 110155 DICOM Supplement 95, A.1.3.5
    codeSystemName DCM DICOM Supplement 95, A.1.3.5
    displayName Source Media DICOM Supplement 95, A.1.3.5
The next entry identifies the Importer.
ActiveParticipant   UserID smm@ihe.org Required value RFC 3881, 5.2.1, arbitrary value selected by tester. This is the intended recipient performing the import.
    AlternativeUserID   Optional, not tested
    UserName   Optional, not tested
    UserIsRequester   Optional, not tested
+RoleIDCode   code 110152 DICOM Supplement 95, A.1.3.5
    codeSystemName DCM DICOM Supplement 95, A.1.3.5
    displayName Destination DICOM Supplement 95, A.1.3.5
AuditSourceIdentification   AuditEnterpriseSiteID   Optional, not tested
    AuditSourceID CAM 11A Required value RFC 3881, 5.4.2, arbitrary value selected by tester.
    AuditSourceTypeCode   Optional, not tested
ParticipantObjectIdentification   ParticipantObjectID 13540 DICOM Supplement 95, A.1.3.5
    ParticipantObjectTypeCode 1 DICOM Supplement 95, A.1.3.5
    ParticipantObjectTypeCodeRole 1 DICOM Supplement 95, A.1.3.5
ParticipantObjectIDTypeCode   code 2 DICOM Supplement 95, A.1.3.5
ParticipantObjectName     FILLMORE^MARCUS Optional, not tested
+ParticipantObjectDetail   type DOB Optional, not tested
    value 19750428 Optional, not tested
+ParticipantObjectDetail   type SEX Optional, not tested
    value M Optional, not tested

 

 

 

13532: XDM Media Importer, One Submission Set, Single Part Doc

This test is deferred. Please refer to the NIST site for XDM import tests.

In test 13532, the Portable Media Importer will import one submission set containing a single part document from media provided with the MESA tools.

References

ITI TF-2:3.32.4.1.2.2

Instructions

  1. Access the submission set and associated metadata for test 13532. This is located in $MESA_STORAGE/XDM/13532.
  2. Import the single document in the submission set into your system.

Evaluation

To evaluate your response to this test:

  1. Capture evidence that your Portable Media Importer has successfully imported this document. This may, for example, be a screen shot of its contents displayed on your system.
  2. Submit the file containing your evidence. Use the naming convention <System-Name>-13532.<ext>.

Supplemental Information

The contents of $MESA_STORAGE/XDM/13532 follows the convention in ITI TF2 3.32.4.1.2.2, with a single subfolder under IHE_XDM. This subfolder contains a valid METADATA.XML and one unwrapped PDF document (13532.PDF).

13533: XDM Media Importer, One Submission Set, Multi Part Doc

This test is deferred. Please refer to the NIST site for XDM import tests.

In test 13533, the Portable Media Importer will import one submission set containing a multi part document from media provided with the MESA tools.

References

ITI TF-2:3.32.4.1.2.2

Instructions

  1. Access the submission set and associated metadata for test 13533. This is located in $MESA_STORAGE/XDM/13533.
  2. Import the multi part document in the submission set into your system.

Evaluation

To evaluate your response to this test:

  1. Capture evidence that your Portable Media Importer has successfully imported this multi part document. This may, for example, be a screen shot of the contents displayed on your system.
  2. Submit the file containing your evidence. Use the naming convention <System-Name>-13533.<ext>.

Supplemental Information

The contents of $MESA_STORAGE/XDM/13533 follows the convention in ITI TF-2:32.4.1.2.2, with a single subfolder under IHE_XDM. This subfolder contains the following structure:

..README.TXT<---required file
..INDEX.HTM<---required file
..IHE_XDM <------folder
.......GREENSUBSET <-------subfolder for submission set
.............METADATA.XML
.............GREENFOLDER <------folder for mult part document
..................13533.XML <------ one part of the multi part doc
..................13533.XSL < -----other part of multi part doc

13534: XDM Media Importer, Two Submission Sets, Single Part Doc

This test is deferred. Please refer to the NIST site for XDM import tests.

In test 13534, the Portable Media Importer will import two submission sets for different patients, each containing a single part document from media provided with the MESA tools.

References

ITI TF-2:3.32.4.1.2.2

Instructions

  1. Access the submission sets and associated meta data for test 13534. This is located in $MESA_STORAGE/XDM/13534.
  2. Import the documents in the two submission sets into your system.

Evaluation

To evaluate your response to this test:

  1. Capture evidence that your Portable Media Importer has successfully imported the two documents for these patients. This may, for example, be screen shot of their contents displayed on your system.
  2. Submit the file(s) containing your evidence. Use the naming convention <System-Name>-13534.<ext>.

Supplemental Information

The contents of $MESA_STORAGE/XDM/13534 follows the convention in ITI TF2 3.32.4.1.2.2, with two subfolders under IHE_XDM.

..README.TXT<---required file
..INDEX.HTM<---required file
..IHE_XDM <------folder
.......BLACKSUBSET <-------subfolder for submission set 1
.............METADATA.XML
.............13534A.PDF <------single part document
.......WHITESUBSET <-------subfolder for submission set 2
.............METADATA.XML
.............13534B.PDF <------single part document

13535: XDM Media Importer, Two Submission Sets, Multi Part Document

This test is deferred. Please refer to the NIST site for XDM import tests.

In test 13535, the Portable Media Importer will import two submission sets for different patients, each containing a multi part document from media provided with the MESA tools.

References

ITI TF-2:3.32.4.1.2.2

Instructions

  1. Access the submission sets and associated meta data for test 13535. This is located in $MESA_STORAGE/XDM/13535.
  2. Import the documents in the two submission sets into your system.

Evaluation

To evaluate your response to this test:

  1. Capture evidence that your Portable Media Importer has successfully imported the two multi part documents for these patients. This may, for example, be screen shot of their contents displayed on your system.
  2. Submit the file(s) containing your evidence. Use the naming convention <System-Name>-13535.<ext>.

Supplemental Information

The contents of $MESA_STORAGE/XDM/13535 follows the convention in ITI TF2 3.32.4.1.2.2, with a two subfolders under IHE_XDM. The folder structure is :

..README.TXT<---required file
..INDEX.HTM<---required file
..IHE_XDM <------folder
.......ORANGESUBSET <-------subfolder for submission set 1
.............METADATA.XML
.............ORANGEFOLDER <------folder for mult part document
..................13535A.XML <------ one part of the multi part doc
..................13535A.XSL < -----other part of multi part doc

.......BROWNSUBSET <-------subfolder for submission set 2
.............METADATA.XML
.............BROWNFOLDER <------folder for mult part document
..................13535B.XML <------ one part of the multi part doc
..................13535B.XSL < -----other part of multi part doc