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[Gnumed-devel] Workflow of and risks of including (or not including) a l

From: James Busser
Subject: [Gnumed-devel] Workflow of and risks of including (or not including) a log file with error handler exceptions
Date: Wed, 07 May 2008 22:05:31 -0700

After a user clicks "send report" they are presented with a window warning them to inspect their log file (in case it contains sensitive information) before sending it. However sending the log file *is* pre- selected.

That is OK for the public db but if I manage to get into a production mode by later this year it may be wiser for this not to be pre- selected, especially if I might have any praxis assistants accessing the record. Is it feasible to make this behaviour depend on whether it is the public db to which the user is connected? I am sure it is useful to get these logs, but I worry about logs going out inappropriately especially to an email address outside the praxis.

In the config file, is it the workplace help desk value that determines the default email destination for unhandled exceptions?

Would this email address be wiser to be a property of the profile instead of the workplace?

Also via what port and protocol is the log being sent out? A log that contained sensitive information should not be leaving the local network except encrypted.

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