Standing up a Test ConnectR Server
This webcast will provide an overview of standing up a test ConnectR server. In this session we will install a new instance of ConnectR on a test server. We will be taking a copy of a ConnectR database (we can call this live) and we will restore the backup ConnectR database on the new test ConnectR server.
Presented on 09/04/2013: Standing up a Test ConnectR Server
Q & A
Q: What is the advantage of EIT vs CMS Patient Bridge?
- Determine the dictionary values that are missing out of a large number of errors.
- Determine the output of a certain parameter across many error messages after a mapping change.
- Allows for extraction of a list of information about error messages to send to someone responsible for the source system (i.e. Reference Lab).
Q: Can you explain what change we would see with using EIT as opposed to bridge?
A: The bridge utility looks almost the same, but now you have the ability to go http://localhost/EIT and report on error messages.
Q: What is the advantage of running ConnectR in a 64-bit environment?
A: The main advantage is that you can have an all in one test environment with Works and ConnectR on the same server.