Cursus Gegevens-uitwisseling, IHE XDS advanced

The primary goal of this training course is to provide the attendee with hands-on troubleshooting skills. In support of this the training course provides an in-depth discussion of a selection of advanced XDS topics. The focus will be on common data flow patterns of XDS-based infrastructures. The attendees will be asked to simulate all steps of these data flow patterns. As a secondary goal this training course aims to familiarise the participant with XDS testing/simulation tools so they can be used after the training course itself. This is a hands-on training course; at least 50% of the time will be spent on hands-on exercises.

Keywords:
IHE XDS/XDS-I/XCA/XCA-I advanced topics and best practices for implementation, document metadata management, hands-on testing, implementation and test tools.

Learning goals:

Following this course, the participants will be able to: 

  • Troubleshoot XDS/XDS-I/XCA connectivity issues
  • Use XDS/XDS-I/XCA simulation and validation tools
  • Support the (further) implementation of XDS/XDS-I/XCA
  • Create/set up policies for maintenance and provide support for XDS/XDS-I/XCA.

Target audience:
Target audience: This hands-on training course is aimed at those that manage, implement or test XDS/XCA or XDS-I/XCA-I based architectures

 

Trainers:
The trainers are Robert Breas and Pascal Looijé (trainers at the IHE Academy).

Please note that this course will be in English!

Introduction
Testing and testing tools (overview)
Upload scenario (+pitfalls, test scenarios, common issues)
      Error Handling, trouble shooting
      Testing Affinity Domain rules (mime types, metadata validation, .. )

Query scenario (+pitfalls, test scenarios, common issues)
      ATNA
Consent
      XACML, APPC

 

Change management (+pitfalls, test scenarios, common issues)

Server

Implementation tools

XDW

MHD (pitfalls, test scenarios, common issues)

ODD (detailed, CDA/FHIR/PDF..) (pitfalls, test scenarios, common issues)

 

Summary

Requirements:
Attendees are assumed to have some hands-on experience with XDS in their own organisation. Attendees are requested to bring their own laptop and have administrator rights (to e.g. change IP-adresses); and they will be asked to install a suite of tools prior to the training course. See the full set of prerequisites (in terms of knowledge, hardware, software) as documented separately.

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