GSOC 2019 : Location Based Access Control Phase 2

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(Isuru Nuwanthilaka) #1

Hello, I am final year undergraduate following Electronic and Telecommunication Engineering at University of Moratuwa, Sri Lanka.I am very keen to learn new things,contribute and use my skills to build something valuable.I am interested OpenMRS Location Based Access Control Phase 2 project. I am exited to work with OpenMRS, this summer :slight_smile: .

(Juliet Wamalwa) #2

Glad to have you in this community. We look forward for your contribution.

(Suthagar Kailayapathy) #3

Hi @isurun, Welcome to OpenMRS. Please go through this GSoC 2019 : Warm up practices for students and prepare your self for this GSoC :-). You can tag your respective mentors among your posts to get their attention easily. Good luck!

Cc : @dkayiwa

(Lakshmi Aasritha Grandhi) #4

hii @suthagar23 sir and @dkayiwa mam i am interested to contribute location based access control.As i am currently working on development of Bahmni. I am having good knowledge on web developing, java,spring,rest and mysql…

Thank you!

(Suthagar Kailayapathy) #5

Hi @aasritha99, Welcome to OpenMRS, and Thanks for your interest in this project. Please go through this GSoC 2019 : Warm up practices for students and prepare your self for this GSoC :slight_smile:

(Isuru Nuwanthilaka) #6

Hi @suthagar23, @dkayiwa, I am new to OpenMRS and I am trying to understand the workflow here. I have tested standalone application. I’ve gone through and need to know how,where to attach modules to openMRS core project.

(Suthagar Kailayapathy) #7

Once you installed the Standalone OpenMRS Application (or you can use OpenMRS SDK to create a reference application in your local instance),

  • You need to install the required models (if not there)
  • Then according to the above documentation, download and install LBAC module in your server and configure everything perfectly to get it working

(Isuru Nuwanthilaka) #8

Fine. I checked it. :slight_smile:

I am excited to start work with LBAC development, I have already setup dev environment, but need to know how to test the module separately while development. Appreciate your help! @suthagar23

(Suthagar Kailayapathy) #9

What do you mean by separately? Usually, we can use OpenMRS SDK to auto deployment for testing while development or else you can manually install the modules for testing in your local instance :smile:

(Isuru Nuwanthilaka) #10

Great. I could figure it out. :grin: