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Re: [Gnumed-devel] Drug Progress

From: Karsten Hilbert
Subject: Re: [Gnumed-devel] Drug Progress
Date: Tue, 29 Apr 2003 15:02:08 +0200
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I like the draft you put forward.

There's three merge points to consider:

- Hilmars code in test-area/gmDrug/
   he did some nice work in abstraction re data sources

- business object framework code in client/business
   the "framework" isn't there yet but it shows if you compare,
   say, gmTmpPatient and gmMedDoc and gmClinicalRecord

- the XML-RPC proposal a la test-area/hherb/gmDemographicService
   drug data is one of the things that (as far as GnuMed proper
   is concerned) is read-only and thus lends itself well to
   an authentication-less XML-RPC service

Hence: Transferring Hilmars abstraction into client/business/
type objects being used in an XML-RPC service would be what we
want. All this encapsulated in your proposed code.

> 2/ Keep the database in its original form, and write a Python module to
> talk to it. Separate modules can be written for and AMIS in the
> fullness of time. The other advantage 
> is if MIMS switch to their XML database it should be fairly easy to write
> a Python module for this too.
This would be immediately useful for hooking up allergies and
drugs. As to how, see above.

I would also set up an internal (developers-only) AMIS database
that can be accessed remotely.

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