OID Management

This page explains how to access the OID values assigned to the systems participating to a testing session.

There are 3 methods for that purpose :

  1. Export as an Excel file from the GUI
  2. Using REST webservice
  3. Using SOAP webservice

Export OIDs from GUI

You can get the list of OIDs from the GUI : configurations --> "OIDs for current session". On this page, you can do a search for a specific OID by filtering on the institution, the systemKeyword, the testing session, the integration profile, the actor, the option, and the label of the OID (homeCommunityId, organization OID, etc).

You can then use the link "Export as Excel file" to get an xls file containing all OIDs looking for.

Export OIDs using Rest webservices

You can generate directly a CSV file containing the oid, the label and the system keyword, by using REST webservice. The URL of the webservice is :


where arguments used are :

Argument Opt Type List of Possible Values
systemKeyword O String  
testingSessionId R Integer  
requirement O String
  • sourceID OID,
  • sender device id.root OID,
  • repositoryUniqueID OID,
  • receiver device id.root OID,
  • patient ID assigning authority OID,
  • homeCommunityID OID,
  • organization OID.

Export OIDs using SOAP webservices

The wsdl of the webservice to access the OIDs of systems is located there :

The concerned methods are :

  • getListOIDBySystemByRequirementAsCSV : return a csv string which contains all OIDs searched by systemKeyword, testingSessionId and oidRequirementLabel
  • getOIDBySystemByRequirement : return exactly the first OID searched by systemKeyword, testingSessionId and oidRequirementLabel


Note that here again the testingSessionId is a required argument, then you need to specify either the systemKeyword or the requirement, or the both of them.