Updated 2.5 release

Hi,

for some unexplainable reason I had forgotten to add back the api for the mobile client after refactoring it into separate modules. Since this meant that they were missing from the 2.5 release, I have added them in the 2.5 branch and deployed a new version of the war file. The mobile client apps should now work as before with the updated 2.5 war file.

I might as well mention while I'm here that in a not to distant future we will also release updated versions of the mobile clients. The major difference will mostly be that we have split the client into two separate applications: one for facility reporting and another one for program based tracking. We had hoped to include sms as a fallback option for sending reports with this version, but unfortunately that has to be delayed till 2.6. These have to be tested and verified before we release them, but it will hopefully not take too long.

Sorry for the messup with 2.5,
Jo

While on unexplainable reasons, the 2.5 release had a few serious bugs
which have been fixed:

- DHIS represents coordinates as longitude/latitude pairs. The add and
update organisation unit screen had gotten it wrong and saved
coordinates the other way around.

- Data visualizer module did not render properly in Internet Explorer 9.

These have been fixed in the updated 2.5 stable build on
http://dhis2.org/downloads and we encourage you to download it.

regards, Lars

Hi is here way of validating geocode by user right or database name like dhis2ke to mean any outside polygone.

e reasons, the 2.5 release had a few serious bugs

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which have been fixed:

  • DHIS represents coordinates as longitude/latitude pairs. The add and
    update organisation unit screen had gotten it wrong and saved
    coordinates the other way around.

  • Data visualizer module did not render properly in Internet Explorer 9.

These have been fixed in the updated 2.5 stable build on
http://dhis2.org/downloads and we encourage you to download it.

regards, Lars


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Hi Samuel,
There is currently no way to do this with DHIS2 at the moment but it has been discussed before. Using PostGIS you can perform this type of query to see what coordinates are outside of their parents polygon. I can send you some SQL i wrote for this if you are interested once I am back home next week.

Regards,
Jason

PS thanks for the fixes jo and Lars

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On Friday, October 21, 2011, samuel cheburet samuelcheburet@gmail.com wrote:

Hi is here way of validating geocode by user right or database name like dhis2ke to mean any outside polygone.

e reasons, the 2.5 release had a few serious bugs

which have been fixed:

  • DHIS represents coordinates as longitude/latitude pairs. The add and

update organisation unit screen had gotten it wrong and saved
coordinates the other way around.

  • Data visualizer module did not render properly in Internet Explorer 9.

These have been fixed in the updated 2.5 stable build on
http://dhis2.org/downloads and we encourage you to download it.

regards, Lars


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We are also thinking about including the option of setting (not just
updating) coordinates for facilities which don't already have them in
the GIS module directly on the map. That should make it easier to
avoid misplacing facilities.

Lars

We should probably add validation of coordinates vis a vis the parent
coordinates (given that we have parent coordinates...otherwise perhaps
grandparent etc.). It would probably be quickest now to do this on the
client, though in the longer term we might want to add GIS Java
libraries such as Geotools to also be able to validate on the server.
Alternatively use GIS functionality of the database which is available
in both MySql and Postgres, but unfortunately is not db independent.

Knut

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2011/10/21 Lars Helge Øverland <larshelge@gmail.com>:

We are also thinking about including the option of setting (not just
updating) coordinates for facilities which don't already have them in
the GIS module directly on the map. That should make it easier to
avoid misplacing facilities.

Lars

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Thanks One major issues arising from policy maker how to put security on the display of Health facilities location using user right. People can access indicator using GIS upto district level. This is message come from government intelligent. This require alot of exploration. We shall discuss with lars today and see solution.

cheers

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On Fri, Oct 21, 2011 at 12:14 PM, Jason Pickering jason.p.pickering@gmail.com wrote:

Hi Samuel,
There is currently no way to do this with DHIS2 at the moment but it has been discussed before. Using PostGIS you can perform this type of query to see what coordinates are outside of their parents polygon. I can send you some SQL i wrote for this if you are interested once I am back home next week.

Regards,
Jason

PS thanks for the fixes jo and Lars

On Friday, October 21, 2011, samuel cheburet samuelcheburet@gmail.com wrote:

Hi is here way of validating geocode by user right or database name like dhis2ke to mean any outside polygone.

e reasons, the 2.5 release had a few serious bugs

which have been fixed:

  • DHIS represents coordinates as longitude/latitude pairs. The add and

update organisation unit screen had gotten it wrong and saved
coordinates the other way around.

  • Data visualizer module did not render properly in Internet Explorer 9.

These have been fixed in the updated 2.5 stable build on
http://dhis2.org/downloads and we encourage you to download it.

regards, Lars


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Samuel Cheburet
Ministry Of Health
P.O. Box 20781
Nairobi, Kenya
Mobile- 0721624338

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Shouldn’t this be called v2.5.1 ??

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On 21 October 2011 00:32, Jo Størset storset@gmail.com wrote:

Hi,

for some unexplainable reason I had forgotten to add back the api for the mobile client after refactoring it into separate modules. Since this meant that they were missing from the 2.5 release, I have added them in the 2.5 branch and deployed a new version of the war file. The mobile client apps should now work as before with the updated 2.5 war file.

I might as well mention while I’m here that in a not to distant future we will also release updated versions of the mobile clients. The major difference will mostly be that we have split the client into two separate applications: one for facility reporting and another one for program based tracking. We had hoped to include sms as a fallback option for sending reports with this version, but unfortunately that has to be delayed till 2.6. These have to be tested and verified before we release them, but it will hopefully not take too long.

Sorry for the messup with 2.5,

Jo


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It should, and I have offered to setup a release procedure that could take care of this. But currently we don't seem to want that process for dhis. Let's see if we can't fix that going forward.

Jo

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Den 24. okt. 2011 kl. 00.51 skrev Saptarshi Purkayastha:

Shouldn't this be called v2.5.1 ??