NA Connectathon 2019 Week Resources

  Bookmark this page for easy access to resources used to support your Connectathon testing.

Testing schedule for the week

Daily:

Mon, Jan 21, 2019  8:00 am -  4:00 pm EST On-site check-in / badge pickup
Mon, Jan 21, 2019  8:00 am - 10:00 am Connectathon Participant system set-up
Mon, Jan 21, 2019 10:00 am -  5:30 pm Connectathon Test Session 1
Tue, Jan 22, 2019  9:00 am -  5:30 pm Connectathon Test Session 2
Wed, Jan 23, 2019  9:00 am -  5:30 pm Connectathon Test Session 3
Thu, Jan 24, 2019  9:00 am -  5:30 pm Connectathon Test Sesson 4
Fri, Jan 25, 2019  8:00 am -  noon Connectathon Test Session 5: Hard stop at noon

 

After-hours access:

Participants with a valid badge will have access to the Connectathon Floor. There is a curfew time TBD.

Daily 'need to know' announcements

The Connectathon venue makes oral announcements impractical.

Please check your email at 9am and 1:30pm each day. We will send twice-daily "need to know" announcements to the na_connectathon email list.

Seating Assignments

-- Seating assignments - There are two tabs in this spreadsheet. On the first tab, each cell represents one table with two chairs; table locations are identified by a letter/number, eg L28. The second tab shows seating assignments sorted by Organization. You can use the spreadsheet now for a table location if you need to ship something or order services. Your table location will also be entered in Gazelle before the end of the calendar year (2018). This will show up for you and your partners as you are running tests.

-- PDF version of seating assignments
-- Connectathon floor plan

Network Info

Wireless / General

    • SSID:  NA2019
    • Password:  cleveland19

Wireless / PCD Testers

  • SSID:  PCD
  • Password:  cleveland19

Gazelle Test Management

Gazelle on-site: https://ihe.wustl.edu/gazelle-na

Outside of Connectathon floor, URL remains the same: https://ihe.wustl.edu/gazelle-na

Guidance for Monday's session

We hope you've already reviewed the 10 Connectathon Tips from the Pros.

Monday 8:00-10am is for system set-up.  After 10am, we expect you to perform testing. Here is guidance on goals to accomplish during Monday's testing session:

    • Configure and connect to tools for your profiles.
    • Complete the 5-minute Consistent Time "CT_Client" test
    • Content Creators -- submit CDA/C-CDA docs into the samples area of gazelle for evaluation
    • Modalities/Evidence Creators -- submit DICOM samples into gazelle and the Central Archive
    • Submit media you create to the assigned Monitor -->  give XDM and PDI media to monitor Samantha Neiheisel at table M25.
      • It is good practice to hand a monitor your media rather than just dropping it at the table.
    • Any other tests labeled "*_Do_This_First" or "*_Read_This_First"
    • In general, work on other no-peer tests.
    • Then, move on to peer-to-peer tests.

Ask questions. Get help:

IHE USA staff - Help desk

      • logistics, "I'm lost", shipping...

Network staff - (Separate table, just inside the balllroom)

Tool help - see section below

Steve Moore - (P28)

      • First & last resource for technical support.  Ask me anything.
        • If I do not know, I will find someone who does.
      • QRPH, PCC and C-CDA tests, test requirements & grading
      • Gazelle help. Traditional Level 1 and Level 2 support.
        • "I need to reset my password"
        • "I need to drop a profile/actor"

Lynn Felhofer - (P27)

      • ITI and Radiology tests, test requirements & grading
      • Monitor support

Cédric Eoche-Deval - (N27)

      • Gazelle support. This is Level 3 support.

 Paul Sherman - (E27)

      • PCD tests, test requirements & grading

Assigned partners and assigned patients

For Document Sharing (XD*, XC*, MHD) profiles and ATNA, Connectathon Managers make some assignments to help manage testing.  First-time participants can read an overview of multiple affinity domains at Connectathons here. This section only applies to test systems in those profiles.

See Lynn Felhofer (P27) with any questions about these assignments.

Tools - locations & support

Training material on various tools is here: http://gazelle.ihe.net/training#ToolTraining

Tool errata - as we find issues with tools, we will document them here: https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1oNVe8_L7_ll20bCrG--lqlVeIab0cMTEMl8qADhprtk/pubhtml

Integral Tools

The tools listed in the first table below are considered an integral part of Connectathon testing. These tools are referenced in Connectathon tests and are part of the test procedure.

Tool Used for Location / Config info Support

Gazelle Itself

Test Management

https://ihe.wustl.edu/gazelle-na

Cédric (N27)

Gazelle Security Suite

- Home of ATNA Questionnaires

- TLS client / server simulators

- ATNA Audit message validator

- Syslog collector (ARR simulator)

Note:  Participants should NOT use Syslog Collector as a general-purpose ARR duing connectathon week.  An individual test might instruct you to send a message to it.

https://gazelle.ihe.net/gss

Cédric (N27)

CDA Validation (several)

PCC, QRPH and C-CDA Testing

IHE CDA Overview of Testing Procedure

Steve (P28)

DICOM Central Archive

Archive for DICOM objects

GUI front-end: http://central-archive:8080/dcm4chee-arc/ui2

login/password: admin/admin (to add your AE title so the archive will accept your association)

IP addr / port: central-archive.ihe-us-test.net /  11112

IP addr / port: 10.242.128.43 /  11112

AET: DCM4CHEE

QIDO-RS: http://central-archive.ihe-us-test.net:8080/dcm4chee-arc/aets/CENTRAL/rs

WADO-RS: http://central-archive.ihe-us-test.net:8080/dcm4chee-arc/aets/CENTRAL/rs

Steve (P28)

Orthanc PACS

A second PACS so you can experiment with RESTful services

GUI front-end: http://ihe-orthanc:8042

login/password: orthanc/orthanc

IP addr / port: ihe-orthanc.ihe-us-test.net /  4242

IP addr / port: 10.242.128.43 /  11112

AET: IHE_ORTHANC

QIDO-RS: http://ihe-orthanc:8042/dicom-web

WADO-RS: http://ihe-orthanc:8080/dicom-web

Steve (P28)

Gazelle EVS Client

Home page

https://gazelle.ihe.net/EVSClient

Cédric

(P26)

DICOM validators (DCCHECK, dcm4che, Dicom3Tools, Pixelmed-REM, dcmcheck)

https://gazelle.ihe.net/EVSClient/dicom/validator.seam

C

HL7v2 validator

HL7v3 validator

https://gazelle.ihe.net/EVSClient/hl7v2/validator.seam

https://gazelle.ihe.net/EVSClient/hl7v3/validator.seam

Cédric

(P26) 

PDF/A validator (XDS-SD)

https://gazelle.ihe.net/EVSClient/pdf/validator.seam

Cédric

(P26)

XDW validator

https://gazelle.ihe.net/EVSClient/xdw/validator.seam

Cédric

(P26)

Gazelle proxy

message capture/validation (non-TLS)

https://ihe.wustl.edu/proxy

Proxy is accessible at 10.242.128.41

Youn

(P25)

Gazelle Order Manager

Is the DSS/OF for CARD & RAD profiles:

--DICOM Modality Worklist SCP for RAD & CARD modalities

--RAD-13 sender for RAD & CARD Image Managers

Watch this short "how to" video

 https://gazelle.ihe.net/OrderManager

 Youn

(P25) 

Gazelle Patient Manager

Source of pre-load Patients

Patient Demographics Supplier and Patient Encounter Supplier in the PAM Profile

https://gazelle.ihe.net/PatientManager

 Youn

(P25) 

FHIR Read-Write Server

- Resource validation
- Participants can store resources here

http://fhir-write:8080/hapi-fhir-rw (web GUI)

http://fhir-write.ihe-us-test.net:8080/hapi-fhir-rw/baseDstu3 (server base)

Steve (P28)

NIST HL7 v2.x

For HL7 v2.x PIX/PDQ

For QRPH VRDR HL7 messages

 

 

PCD Tools

PCD Message Validation

http://pcdtool:8080/pcdtool

TBD

SAML STS

SAML assertion provider - XUA and SeR testing

https://gazelle.ihe.net/content/sts

Cédric

(P26)

XDS Tools 

 XD* profile testing

 - Endpoints for the XDS Public Registry - Red, Green, and Blue - are on: http://xds1.ihe-us-test.net:8080

- XDS toolkit: TBD

- XDS Registry Dashboard: from the toolkit home page, select Connectathon Tools --> Dashboard

Sunil

(M27)

XDS Toolkit 2019

XD* test support
XCA test support
MHD test support

http://xdstools.ihe-us-test.net

Sunil

(M27)

XDS-I Tools 2019

For testing XDS-I and XCA-I implementations.

Uses the NIST XDS Toolkit directly

http://xds-imaging-tools:8080/toolkit

Steve (P28)

Backup or Experimental Tools

The tools listed in the table below are considered as backups or possibly experimental.

Backup: Tool is available if someone needs to review/resolve an issue by using one of our tools. These are not part of the defined testing protocol.

Experimental: A tool is in development. We may ask you for your help in running a few tests to examine the behavior of our testing software.

Tool Status Used for Location / Config info Support
Crucible       Steve (P28)