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These are the ART-DECOR release notes. ART-DECOR is developed with yearly milestones. Please also refer to our change log [1].

2014 cycle

ART

Templates

  • Addition of Temple: an advanced version of the full UI Template Editor. Temple allows direct manipulation of the underlying XML based definition, while offering rich content completion. Supports shortcuts for common tasks, association of templates and value sets through pick-and-choose selection. Temple allows advanced template editors for the most fine grained control in template authoring.
    • Almost full implementation of the HL7 Template ITS expected to be DSTU Q1 2014

DECOR Services

  • RetrieveDataSet, RetrieveTransaction, RetrieveValueSet now support going back in history by offering access to releases created through ADRAM (ART-DECOR Release and Archive Manager: see above under ART)
  • The service ProjectIndex supersedes the function of DataSetIndex, TransactionIndex, ValueSetIndex and adds TemplateIndex. Calls to any of the superseded services will be routed transparently to ProjectIndex.
  • RetrieveDataSet is now rerouted into RetrieveTransaction and behaves the same otherwise

2013 cycle

ART

  • Implementation of fixing of a specific version of a project specification through the project tab. This implies the ability to add release notes and use this copy for publication
  • Issue Reports by Email can now be (de-)activated per project and per user. There is a cyclic check (e.g. once per day) if there are any changes in issues. If so then the summary thereof reported is to project participants.
  • Enhanced support for detecting reuse and associations within your ART-DECOR of a given part of your specification, such as dataset concepts and value sets. Usage and association overviews now include links to the appropriate place.
  • Inadvertent locks are now overwritten with a new date if you already were the owner of that lock
  • Many performance improvements and bugfixes

Language

  • Separation of interface language and content language. The language switch at the top right is visible only if there is (potentially) multilingual content. This is currently only applicable to DECOR related screens. This feature means that the screen elements remain in one particular language, while the project content may have a different language.
  • Users can now set their display name, organization, ART-language, and e-mail preferences per project on the homepage, User Settings tab
  • Guest Users are now getting the ART-language according to the language that their browser indicates, if ART supports it (en-US, de-DE, nl-NL), or the default server language (en-US)
  • DECOR projects are loaded in the default language of the project. It is expected that the language switch is at the top right is rarely needed

Templates

  • Template Editor 1.0 ready. Templates can be created from prototypes, from an existing template, stored and processed again. When a template is created on the basis of an existing template (for example, in CDA this is very relevant) then various options are supported, each with their own set of consistency rules.

Scenarios

  • Scenario Editor 2.0 ready. Greatly simplified and yet much richer features. Example: Creating a transaction based on a different transaction.

DECOR Services

  • All services, but particularly RetrieveTransaction (e.g. caregiver view), now offer the ability to get results available offline. For RetrieveTransaction view this means that the caregiver view can now optionally be integrated with the other HTML publishing materials

Terminology

  • Support for ICA versions

OIDs

  • The complete HL7 OID Registry is made ​​available . This prevents that every project itself must define what a specific OID in the set means

2012 cycle