GenoPro Home
GenoPro Home  |  Get Started With My Genealogy Tree  |  Buy  |  Login  |  Privacy  |  Search  |  Site Map
 

GenoPro Support Forum




store genopro files into a data base (rdbms)

Click to view RSS...
Author interoperability with a electonic medical records
Posted Wednesday, May 11, 2016 - Post #37034
Forum Newbie

Forum NewbieForum NewbieForum NewbieForum NewbieForum NewbieForum NewbieForum NewbieForum NewbieForum Newbie

Forum Members
GenoPro version: 1.99c

Last Login: Wednesday, May 11, 2016
Posts: 1, Visits: 2
There is the ability to save files GenoPro within a database engine ?, We would like to store the Genograms in the same database where we have our patient clinical information . Is this possible ?, as it should be development ?, on our part, a community or a centralized project?. It is possible to use the SDK or API to GenoPro to do this?

Tags:

Edited: Thursday, May 12, 2016 by GenoProSupport
Posted Thursday, May 12, 2016 - Post #37035
Legendary Master

Legendary MasterLegendary MasterLegendary MasterLegendary MasterLegendary MasterLegendary MasterLegendary MasterLegendary MasterLegendary Master

Administrators
Moderators
Customers
Gamma
Translator
GenoPro version: 3.0.0.7

Last Login: Monday, November 20, 2017
Posts: 4,368, Visits: 21,510
The documentation is available at http://www.genopro.com/sdk/external-storage/

This documentation needs to be slightly updated, as the name was changed from "External Storage" to "Database Storage".

In summary, in the Options dialog, you need to specify a URL for the WebsSrvice of your server.  Then restart GenoPro for the changes to take effect.

You will see in the File menu the options to Open from Database and Save to Database.

On your server, you need to implement the following four WebMethods:
  1. FilesList - To list all the files available on the server.  This method is called when the user wants open a file from the database.
  2. FileOpen - To open a specific file.  The server must send the file data on the network wire so GenoPro can receive it.
  3. FileSave - When you click on the Save button, GenoPro calls FileSave with the file data.  The server receives the data and write it on its internal storage, either a file on the server or a database.
  4. FileDelete - The user may click on the Delete File button to delete a specific file on the server.
A sample source code is available at the bottom of page http://www.genopro.com/sdk/external-storage/
To save to a RDBMS, implement the WebMethods to load and store into the DB.


Similar Topics

Click to view RSS...
Expand / Collapse

Reading This Topic

Expand / Collapse