|Subject:||[Gnumed-devel] Re: Bootstrapping for production -- user accounts|
|Date:||Tue, 04 Aug 2009 14:58:23 -0700|
This recent thread intersects the new one about CCHIT...
Even without considering the specifics of CCHIT, it remains IMO very desirable to easily bootstrap a "clean" GNUmed *without* test data (some of which, like demo patient Horst) does not even live in /test-data.
Despite that it is true that an administrator could 'delete" such test patients, there is a possibility that post-installation there is some need to pore over the data (including deletions) and in such an instance, the lack of test data to confuse things would be a benefit.
I would make a strong vote to make a "clean" GNUmed part of 0.6.
When time permits to refactor the bootstrap, what about
- refactoring all of the test data import into a single bootstrap script file
- making the import of the test data *optionally* callable either through parameter or through an interactive command line question?
- and building into the main bootstrap script a command-line prompt
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