- Easier Install
- One step WARPre-file build and optional prebuilt WAR filebuilt War file for easier distributions of the application
- Properties files are moved from static files to a table in the database
- Authentication protocol support for OKTA and NTLM v2.
- Database scripts to generate Totalnum counts for Ontology Terms for POSTGRESQL, ORACLE and SQL SERVER databases
- REDCap data import into i2b2, with ontology creation from REDCap forms
- Documentation updates for Apache Webserver timeout settings for previous queries run.
The i2b2 server can now be installed using a pre-built war file instead of having to build it from source and the , or the war file can be built from source much more easily. More information is in the updated Installation Guide. The properties files are now stored in the database.
1) Set Project Params (PM_PROJECT_PARAM)
This is the name of the Data Collection Instruments to associate this project with, in this example it is set to the 'Profile'
Set the Value parameter to the pid value from the Redcap project url.
Optional, Defaults to Y
N - Do Not regenerate the metadata ontology.
NOTE: When first setting up the i2b2/redcap this needs to be set to Y at least one once or the ontology will not be created.
Optional, Defaults to \REDCAP\
Optional, Defaults to tree
tree - All enumerated values, Yes/No will be children on the ontology
The only exception is items with checkbox, which will always be a popup
|RECAP_PROTECTED_ROLE||DATA_PROT||Optional, Defaults to DATA_PROT|
If this redcap form has the identified value set to true, than then this ontology will be protected and only users with the following i2b2 access role will be able to access it.
Click Test to verify connection
3) Give Editor role to the project for AGG_SERVICE_ACCOUNT( optional DATA_PROT, DEID, LDS)
4) Submit a form and check to see if the ontology was created.
- Small changes to the i2b2 Database.
- Totalnum counts to Ontology Terms in the demo data that is delivered with the software along with the Stored procedures used for creating the counts.
- ACT Ontology