Getting started

Getting started
Hi all. Where are the installation instructions for server version (Tomcat)? Also, is there a detailed data model anywhere, I would like to load facility list and shapefile relationships from existing sources. Also more information on patient-level data.

Thanks, Roger

Hi Roger,

There is still some consolidation of the relevant information needed, but for a Linux server we have quite a bit of information starting on page 7 of the (latest build of the) documentation: http://dhis.uio.no/ci/job/Dhis2%20documentation/

In general, if you already have Tomcat and a database engine (Postgres or Mysql) installed, it boils down a few steps:

  1. Put the war file in tomcat/webapps

  2. Create an environment variable called DHIS2_HOME set equal to the path to your configuration folder (placed anywhere you like).

  3. Create a file called hibernate.properties in the configuration folder, pointing to your database. The manual has the settings for Postgres, for Mysql it should be along these lines:

http://208.76.222.114/confluence/display/DOC/MySQL#MySQL-PrepareMySQLforDHIS2

When it comes to loading facilities I first recommend tools like PgAdmin or Toad. You first have to populate the Source table with facility primary keys, and then start with the top of the hierarchy (e.g. the country, then provinces, then districts, facilities) to ensure the foreign keys have references in the organisationunit table.

Knut

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On Mon, Mar 1, 2010 at 11:35 AM, Friedman, Roger (CDC/CCID/NCHHSTP) (CTR) rdf4@cdc.gov wrote:

Hi all. Where are the installation instructions for server version (Tomcat)? Also, is there a detailed data model anywhere, I would like to load facility list and shapefile relationships from existing sources. Also more information on patient-level data.

Thanks, Roger


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Hi Knut,

I had already deployed the war file and was able to start it when I wrote, but there was no data in MySql so I knew it wasn't right.

I have created the environment variable and the hibernate.properties file.  I bounced the dhis app and it didn't create the database.

So I stopped Tomcat, created the DB in MySql per the instructions and created tables with the 2 .sql procedures.  The monthly periods are now in the DB.

I downloaded GeoServer per the instructions, I also downloaded the MySql plugin but didn't install it.

I restarted Tomcat, but I no longer get the Tomcat manager, Jetty seems to have taken over port 8080.

Help! Roger

···

From: Knut Staring [mailto:knutst@gmail.com]

Sent: Monday, March 01, 2010 8:46 AM

To: Friedman, Roger (CDC/CCID/NCHHSTP) (CTR)

Cc: dhis2-users@lists.launchpad.net

Subject: Re: [Dhis2-users] Getting started

Hi Roger,

There is still some consolidation of the relevant information needed, but for a Linux server we have quite a bit of information starting on page 7 of the (latest build of the) documentation: http://dhis.uio.no/ci/job/Dhis2%20documentation/

In general, if you already have Tomcat and a database engine (Postgres or Mysql) installed, it boils down a few steps:

  1. Put the war file in tomcat/webapps

  2. Create an environment variable called DHIS2_HOME set equal to the path to your configuration folder (placed anywhere you like).

  3. Create a file called hibernate.properties in the configuration folder, pointing to your database. The manual has the settings for Postgres, for Mysql it should be along these lines:

http://208.76.222.114/confluence/display/DOC/MySQL#MySQL-PrepareMySQLforDHIS2

When it comes to loading facilities I first recommend tools like PgAdmin or Toad. You first have to populate the Source table with facility primary keys, and then start with the top of the hierarchy (e.g. the country, then provinces, then districts, facilities) to ensure the foreign keys have references in the organisationunit table.

Knut

On Mon, Mar 1, 2010 at 11:35 AM, Friedman, Roger (CDC/CCID/NCHHSTP) (CTR) rdf4@cdc.gov wrote:

Hi all. Where are the installation instructions for server version (Tomcat)? Also, is there a detailed data model anywhere, I would like to load facility list and shapefile relationships from existing sources. Also more information on patient-level data.

Thanks, Roger


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By stopping the Geoserver service, I got access to Tomcat back again. I can log into DHIS2. I can create a new user and login with those credentials. It does not appear that Hibernate has done anything, I still only have the one year’s worth of time periods in the database. The users table is still empty.

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From: Knut Staring [mailto:knutst@gmail.com]

Sent: Monday, March 01, 2010 8:46 AM

To: Friedman, Roger (CDC/CCID/NCHHSTP) (CTR)

Cc: dhis2-users@lists.launchpad.net

Subject: Re: [Dhis2-users] Getting started

Hi Roger,

There is still some consolidation of the relevant information needed, but for a Linux server we have quite a bit of information starting on page 7 of the (latest build of the) documentation: http://dhis.uio.no/ci/job/Dhis2%20documentation/

In general, if you already have Tomcat and a database engine (Postgres or Mysql) installed, it boils down a few steps:

  1. Put the war file in tomcat/webapps

  2. Create an environment variable called DHIS2_HOME set equal to the path to your configuration folder (placed anywhere you like).

  3. Create a file called hibernate.properties in the configuration folder, pointing to your database. The manual has the settings for Postgres, for Mysql it should be along these lines:

http://208.76.222.114/confluence/display/DOC/MySQL#MySQL-PrepareMySQLforDHIS2

When it comes to loading facilities I first recommend tools like PgAdmin or Toad. You first have to populate the Source table with facility primary keys, and then start with the top of the hierarchy (e.g. the country, then provinces, then districts, facilities) to ensure the foreign keys have references in the organisationunit table.

Knut

On Mon, Mar 1, 2010 at 11:35 AM, Friedman, Roger (CDC/CCID/NCHHSTP) (CTR) rdf4@cdc.gov wrote:

Hi all. Where are the installation instructions for server version (Tomcat)? Also, is there a detailed data model anywhere, I would like to load facility list and shapefile relationships from existing sources. Also more information on patient-level data.

Thanks, Roger


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Knut Staring

Hm…not quite sure which Sql procedure you are referring to. Unlike OpenMRS, you don’t need to run any scripts to create the tables, hibernate takes care of that once the database exists and hibernate.properties contains the correct connection info.

As for why you get Jetty popping up I’m not a 100 percent sure, however you can change your Tomcat port (temporarily) in the file tomcat/conf/server.xml (search for 8080 and set it to e.g. 8081, then restart Tomcat).

Alternatively, the Jetty port can be changed so it doesn’t block Tomcat

Knut

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On Mon, Mar 1, 2010 at 4:20 PM, Friedman, Roger (CDC/CCID/NCHHSTP) (CTR) rdf4@cdc.gov wrote:

Hi Knut,

I had already deployed the war file and was able to start it when I wrote, but there was no data in MySql so I knew it wasn't right.
I have created the environment variable and the hibernate.properties file.  I bounced the dhis app and it didn't create the database.
So I stopped Tomcat, created the DB in MySql per the instructions and created tables with the 2 .sql procedures.  The monthly periods are now in the DB.
I downloaded GeoServer per the instructions, I also downloaded the MySql plugin but didn't install it.
I restarted Tomcat, but I no longer get the Tomcat manager, Jetty seems to have taken over port 8080.

Help! Roger

From: Knut Staring [mailto:knutst@gmail.com]

Sent: Monday, March 01, 2010 8:46 AM

To: Friedman, Roger (CDC/CCID/NCHHSTP) (CTR)

Cc: dhis2-users@lists.launchpad.net

Subject: Re: [Dhis2-users] Getting started

Hi Roger,

There is still some consolidation of the relevant information needed, but for a Linux server we have quite a bit of information starting on page 7 of the (latest build of the) documentation: http://dhis.uio.no/ci/job/Dhis2%20documentation/

In general, if you already have Tomcat and a database engine (Postgres or Mysql) installed, it boils down a few steps:

  1. Put the war file in tomcat/webapps
  1. Create an environment variable called DHIS2_HOME set equal to the path to your configuration folder (placed anywhere you like).
  1. Create a file called hibernate.properties in the configuration folder, pointing to your database. The manual has the settings for Postgres, for Mysql it should be along these lines:

http://208.76.222.114/confluence/display/DOC/MySQL#MySQL-PrepareMySQLforDHIS2

When it comes to loading facilities I first recommend tools like PgAdmin or Toad. You first have to populate the Source table with facility primary keys, and then start with the top of the hierarchy (e.g. the country, then provinces, then districts, facilities) to ensure the foreign keys have references in the organisationunit table.

Knut

On Mon, Mar 1, 2010 at 11:35 AM, Friedman, Roger (CDC/CCID/NCHHSTP) (CTR) rdf4@cdc.gov wrote:

Hi all. Where are the installation instructions for server version (Tomcat)? Also, is there a detailed data model anywhere, I would like to load facility list and shapefile relationships from existing sources. Also more information on patient-level data.

Thanks, Roger


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Cheers,
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Right, I realized just now that it was the Jetty that comes with Geoserver that was blocking Tomcat. I take it you are working on Windows? You’ll either have to change one of the ports or run one of them at a time - which should be fine for now. The alternative would be to just move the Geoserver webapp to Tomcat.

Since you can create users, Hibernate has probably done what it is supposed to do, namely create the (mostly empty) database tables, although I find it strange that the users table is empty if you have created a new user.

Knut

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On Mon, Mar 1, 2010 at 4:52 PM, Friedman, Roger (CDC/CCID/NCHHSTP) (CTR) rdf4@cdc.gov wrote:

By stopping the Geoserver service, I got access to Tomcat back again. I can log into DHIS2. I can create a new user and login with those credentials. It does not appear that Hibernate has done anything, I still only have the one year’s worth of time periods in the database. The users table is still empty.

From: Knut Staring [mailto:knutst@gmail.com]

Sent: Monday, March 01, 2010 8:46 AM

To: Friedman, Roger (CDC/CCID/NCHHSTP) (CTR)

Cc: dhis2-users@lists.launchpad.net

Subject: Re: [Dhis2-users] Getting started

Hi Roger,

There is still some consolidation of the relevant information needed, but for a Linux server we have quite a bit of information starting on page 7 of the (latest build of the) documentation: http://dhis.uio.no/ci/job/Dhis2%20documentation/

In general, if you already have Tomcat and a database engine (Postgres or Mysql) installed, it boils down a few steps:

  1. Put the war file in tomcat/webapps
  1. Create an environment variable called DHIS2_HOME set equal to the path to your configuration folder (placed anywhere you like).
  1. Create a file called hibernate.properties in the configuration folder, pointing to your database. The manual has the settings for Postgres, for Mysql it should be along these lines:

http://208.76.222.114/confluence/display/DOC/MySQL#MySQL-PrepareMySQLforDHIS2

When it comes to loading facilities I first recommend tools like PgAdmin or Toad. You first have to populate the Source table with facility primary keys, and then start with the top of the hierarchy (e.g. the country, then provinces, then districts, facilities) to ensure the foreign keys have references in the organisationunit table.

Knut

On Mon, Mar 1, 2010 at 11:35 AM, Friedman, Roger (CDC/CCID/NCHHSTP) (CTR) rdf4@cdc.gov wrote:

Hi all. Where are the installation instructions for server version (Tomcat)? Also, is there a detailed data model anywhere, I would like to load facility list and shapefile relationships from existing sources. Also more information on patient-level data.

Thanks, Roger


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Cheers,
Knut Staring

The time periods are generated on a “need to have” basis, i.e. if you select a new year in the data entry view, more periods will be generated.

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On Mon, Mar 1, 2010 at 5:21 PM, Knut Staring knutst@gmail.com wrote:

Right, I realized just now that it was the Jetty that comes with Geoserver that was blocking Tomcat. I take it you are working on Windows? You’ll either have to change one of the ports or run one of them at a time - which should be fine for now. The alternative would be to just move the Geoserver webapp to Tomcat.

Since you can create users, Hibernate has probably done what it is supposed to do, namely create the (mostly empty) database tables, although I find it strange that the users table is empty if you have created a new user.

Knut

On Mon, Mar 1, 2010 at 4:52 PM, Friedman, Roger (CDC/CCID/NCHHSTP) (CTR) rdf4@cdc.gov wrote:

By stopping the Geoserver service, I got access to Tomcat back again. I can log into DHIS2. I can create a new user and login with those credentials. It does not appear that Hibernate has done anything, I still only have the one year’s worth of time periods in the database. The users table is still empty.

From: Knut Staring [mailto:knutst@gmail.com]

Sent: Monday, March 01, 2010 8:46 AM

To: Friedman, Roger (CDC/CCID/NCHHSTP) (CTR)

Cc: dhis2-users@lists.launchpad.net

Subject: Re: [Dhis2-users] Getting started

Hi Roger,

There is still some consolidation of the relevant information needed, but for a Linux server we have quite a bit of information starting on page 7 of the (latest build of the) documentation: http://dhis.uio.no/ci/job/Dhis2%20documentation/

In general, if you already have Tomcat and a database engine (Postgres or Mysql) installed, it boils down a few steps:

  1. Put the war file in tomcat/webapps
  1. Create an environment variable called DHIS2_HOME set equal to the path to your configuration folder (placed anywhere you like).
  1. Create a file called hibernate.properties in the configuration folder, pointing to your database. The manual has the settings for Postgres, for Mysql it should be along these lines:

http://208.76.222.114/confluence/display/DOC/MySQL#MySQL-PrepareMySQLforDHIS2

When it comes to loading facilities I first recommend tools like PgAdmin or Toad. You first have to populate the Source table with facility primary keys, and then start with the top of the hierarchy (e.g. the country, then provinces, then districts, facilities) to ensure the foreign keys have references in the organisationunit table.

Knut

On Mon, Mar 1, 2010 at 11:35 AM, Friedman, Roger (CDC/CCID/NCHHSTP) (CTR) rdf4@cdc.gov wrote:

Hi all. Where are the installation instructions for server version (Tomcat)? Also, is there a detailed data model anywhere, I would like to load facility list and shapefile relationships from existing sources. Also more information on patient-level data.

Thanks, Roger


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Cheers,
Knut Staring


Cheers,
Knut Staring

One problem with using an environment variable is that you sometimes have to reboot Windows for it to take effect - which is very annoying. In order to check that you are indeed connected to the right database, please go to Help -> About DHIS 2 to verify your connection. E.g. here in the online demo:

http://dhis.uio.no/demo/dhis-web-commons-about/about.action

Knut

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On Mon, Mar 1, 2010 at 5:22 PM, Knut Staring knutst@gmail.com wrote:

The time periods are generated on a “need to have” basis, i.e. if you select a new year in the data entry view, more periods will be generated.

On Mon, Mar 1, 2010 at 5:21 PM, Knut Staring knutst@gmail.com wrote:

Right, I realized just now that it was the Jetty that comes with Geoserver that was blocking Tomcat. I take it you are working on Windows? You’ll either have to change one of the ports or run one of them at a time - which should be fine for now. The alternative would be to just move the Geoserver webapp to Tomcat.

Since you can create users, Hibernate has probably done what it is supposed to do, namely create the (mostly empty) database tables, although I find it strange that the users table is empty if you have created a new user.

Knut

On Mon, Mar 1, 2010 at 4:52 PM, Friedman, Roger (CDC/CCID/NCHHSTP) (CTR) rdf4@cdc.gov wrote:

By stopping the Geoserver service, I got access to Tomcat back again. I can log into DHIS2. I can create a new user and login with those credentials. It does not appear that Hibernate has done anything, I still only have the one year’s worth of time periods in the database. The users table is still empty.

From: Knut Staring [mailto:knutst@gmail.com]

Sent: Monday, March 01, 2010 8:46 AM

To: Friedman, Roger (CDC/CCID/NCHHSTP) (CTR)

Cc: dhis2-users@lists.launchpad.net

Subject: Re: [Dhis2-users] Getting started

Hi Roger,

There is still some consolidation of the relevant information needed, but for a Linux server we have quite a bit of information starting on page 7 of the (latest build of the) documentation: http://dhis.uio.no/ci/job/Dhis2%20documentation/

In general, if you already have Tomcat and a database engine (Postgres or Mysql) installed, it boils down a few steps:

  1. Put the war file in tomcat/webapps
  1. Create an environment variable called DHIS2_HOME set equal to the path to your configuration folder (placed anywhere you like).
  1. Create a file called hibernate.properties in the configuration folder, pointing to your database. The manual has the settings for Postgres, for Mysql it should be along these lines:

http://208.76.222.114/confluence/display/DOC/MySQL#MySQL-PrepareMySQLforDHIS2

When it comes to loading facilities I first recommend tools like PgAdmin or Toad. You first have to populate the Source table with facility primary keys, and then start with the top of the hierarchy (e.g. the country, then provinces, then districts, facilities) to ensure the foreign keys have references in the organisationunit table.

Knut

On Mon, Mar 1, 2010 at 11:35 AM, Friedman, Roger (CDC/CCID/NCHHSTP) (CTR) rdf4@cdc.gov wrote:

Hi all. Where are the installation instructions for server version (Tomcat)? Also, is there a detailed data model anywhere, I would like to load facility list and shapefile relationships from existing sources. Also more information on patient-level data.

Thanks, Roger


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Cheers,
Knut Staring


Cheers,
Knut Staring


Cheers,
Knut Staring

Thanks, Knut –

After rebooting, Tomcat could not start DHIS2, there were a lot of SQL errors due to the pre-existence of the tables.  So I dropped and recreated the database and now it has started OK, periodtype is populated, can add a user, users is populated, looks like we are on the road.

Thanks, Roger

···

From: Knut Staring [mailto:knutst@gmail.com]

Sent: Monday, March 01, 2010 11:26 AM

To: Friedman, Roger (CDC/CCID/NCHHSTP) (CTR)

Cc: dhis2-users@lists.launchpad.net

Subject: Re: [Dhis2-users] Getting started

One problem with using an environment variable is that you sometimes have to reboot Windows for it to take effect - which is very annoying. In order to check that you are indeed connected to the right database, please go to Help -> About DHIS 2 to verify your connection. E.g. here in the online demo:

http://dhis.uio.no/demo/dhis-web-commons-about/about.action

Knut

On Mon, Mar 1, 2010 at 5:22 PM, Knut Staring knutst@gmail.com wrote:

The time periods are generated on a “need to have” basis, i.e. if you select a new year in the data entry view, more periods will be generated.

On Mon, Mar 1, 2010 at 5:21 PM, Knut Staring knutst@gmail.com wrote:

Right, I realized just now that it was the Jetty that comes with Geoserver that was blocking Tomcat. I take it you are working on Windows? You’ll either have to change one of the ports or run one of them at a time - which should be fine for now. The alternative would be to just move the Geoserver webapp to Tomcat.

Since you can create users, Hibernate has probably done what it is supposed to do, namely create the (mostly empty) database tables, although I find it strange that the users table is empty if you have created a new user.

Knut

On Mon, Mar 1, 2010 at 4:52 PM, Friedman, Roger (CDC/CCID/NCHHSTP) (CTR) rdf4@cdc.gov wrote:

By stopping the Geoserver service, I got access to Tomcat back again. I can log into DHIS2. I can create a new user and login with those credentials. It does not appear that Hibernate has done anything, I still only have the one year’s worth of time periods in the database. The users table is still empty.

From: Knut Staring [mailto:knutst@gmail.com]

Sent: Monday, March 01, 2010 8:46 AM

To: Friedman, Roger (CDC/CCID/NCHHSTP) (CTR)

Cc: dhis2-users@lists.launchpad.net

Subject: Re: [Dhis2-users] Getting started

Hi Roger,

There is still some consolidation of the relevant information needed, but for a Linux server we have quite a bit of information starting on page 7 of the (latest build of the) documentation: http://dhis.uio.no/ci/job/Dhis2%20documentation/

In general, if you already have Tomcat and a database engine (Postgres or Mysql) installed, it boils down a few steps:

  1. Put the war file in tomcat/webapps

  2. Create an environment variable called DHIS2_HOME set equal to the path to your configuration folder (placed anywhere you like).

  3. Create a file called hibernate.properties in the configuration folder, pointing to your database. The manual has the settings for Postgres, for Mysql it should be along these lines:

http://208.76.222.114/confluence/display/DOC/MySQL#MySQL-PrepareMySQLforDHIS2

When it comes to loading facilities I first recommend tools like PgAdmin or Toad. You first have to populate the Source table with facility primary keys, and then start with the top of the hierarchy (e.g. the country, then provinces, then districts, facilities) to ensure the foreign keys have references in the organisationunit table.

Knut

On Mon, Mar 1, 2010 at 11:35 AM, Friedman, Roger (CDC/CCID/NCHHSTP) (CTR) rdf4@cdc.gov wrote:

Hi all. Where are the installation instructions for server version (Tomcat)? Also, is there a detailed data model anywhere, I would like to load facility list and shapefile relationships from existing sources. Also more information on patient-level data.

Thanks, Roger


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Cheers,

Knut Staring

Cheers,

Knut Staring

Cheers,

Knut Staring

Great. Could be good to check what it says on the about page, but sounds like you are up and running.

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On Mar 1, 2010 6:46 PM, “Friedman, Roger (CDC/CCID/NCHHSTP) (CTR)” rdf4@cdc.gov wrote:

Thanks, Knut –

After rebooting, Tomcat could not start DHIS2, there were a lot of SQL errors due to the pre-existence of the tables.  So I dropped and recreated the database and now it has started OK, periodtype is populated, can add a user, users is populated, looks like we are on the road.

Thanks, Roger

To: Friedman, Roger (CDC/CCID/NCHHSTP) (CTR) Cc: dhis2-users@lists.launchpad.net
Subject: Re: [Dhis…

From: Knut Staring [mailto:knutst@gmail.com]

Sent: Monday, March 01, 2010 11:26 AM

One problem with using an environment variable is that you sometimes have to reboot Windows for…

This (more up to date) page has a lot of useful information for administrators and developers, such as database config, memory setup hints, manuals on important tools etc.
http://dhis2.com/development

Ola

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On 1 March 2010 14:45, Knut Staring knutst@gmail.com wrote:

Hi Roger,

There is still some consolidation of the relevant information needed, but for a Linux server we have quite a bit of information starting on page 7 of the (latest build of the) documentation: http://dhis.uio.no/ci/job/Dhis2%20documentation/

In general, if you already have Tomcat and a database engine (Postgres or Mysql) installed, it boils down a few steps:

  1. Put the war file in tomcat/webapps
  1. Create an environment variable called DHIS2_HOME set equal to the path to your configuration folder (placed anywhere you like).
  1. Create a file called hibernate.properties in the configuration folder, pointing to your database. The manual has the settings for Postgres, for Mysql it should be along these lines:

http://208.76.222.114/confluence/display/DOC/MySQL#MySQL-PrepareMySQLforDHIS2


When it comes to loading facilities I first recommend tools like PgAdmin or Toad. You first have to populate the Source table with facility primary keys, and then start with the top of the hierarchy (e.g. the country, then provinces, then districts, facilities) to ensure the foreign keys have references in the organisationunit table.

Knut

On Mon, Mar 1, 2010 at 11:35 AM, Friedman, Roger (CDC/CCID/NCHHSTP) (CTR) rdf4@cdc.gov wrote:

Hi all. Where are the installation instructions for server version (Tomcat)? Also, is there a detailed data model anywhere, I would like to load facility list and shapefile relationships from existing sources. Also more information on patient-level data.

Thanks, Roger


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