|Subject:||Re: [Health] Fw: Tryton-server|
|Date:||Mon, 22 Jun 2020 11:26:35 +0000|
Sorry for my late reply. Its due to hardware problem in addition to electricity, having my laptop battery doesn't retain charge.
I have successfully installed GNU Health (client & server) on one VBox/machine, and I have activated the modules to which I added the name of institutes for a testing purpose (Fig_1).
All institutions added (Aminu Kano Teaching Hospital; NHIS; Retainership; GOPD; & Specialty clinic) are shown under sub-module "Addresses" in (Fig_2).
In addition, I have added "Retainership" as a party/clinic under Institutions Module (Fig_3).
While trying to configure Laboratory Module, the system alerted "No Health Professional Associated to this User" (Fig_4).
I also try to add Health Professional, and still the system alerted "You Need to Create Health Institution" (Fig_5).
Please, what have I done wrong in adding the Health Institutions?
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Subject: Re: [Health] Fw: Tryton-server
Am Freitag, 22. Mai 2020, 23:35:23 CEST schrieb Yusif Suleiman:
> I have follow your suggestion for installing GNU_Health on a clean system, &
> I succeeded for the installation. But I observed the following:
Thats, first of all, good news!
> 1. My "GNU Health Client application" only connect to the server when I
> am (online) connected to the Internet. See the attached installation
The content shown in 'Installation screen.jpg' looks pretty good, but this is
only for the server. The client does not need any additional installation.
Just to clarify - you have client and server running on the same machine/VBox?
> 2. After I started the client application, I am unable to add my
> local server. on 'manage profiles'. It can only be connected to that of
> testing (Profile: federation.gnuhealth.org; Host: federation.gnuhealth.org;
> Database: health36; & Username: admin) server. See the attached client
> application profile.
That is an indication that your server is not running (Check it with
systemctl status gnuhealth ) OR in case it runs on a different box, a
connection issue (mostly firewall, or network setting on the vbox, as
described in an earlier answer)
> 3. I try as a test to add patient_name but the system
> require Institute_name to be added first, to which I press f3 function key
> based on the documentation. I am yet unable to be succeed.
Yes, the health institution (hospital, practitioners office) is the first
thing to add: Add a Party flagged as 'Institution'
Description: Fig_1 Companies_Party.PNG
Fig_2 list of institutions added under addresses.PNG
Description: Fig_2 list of institutions added under addresses.PNG
Fig_3 Institutions module.PNG
Description: Fig_3 Institutions module.PNG
Fig_4 Lab test.PNG
Description: Fig_4 Lab test.PNG
Fig_5 You need to create health inst.PNG
Description: Fig_5 You need to create health inst.PNG
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