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OpenEMR 4.1.1 Patch

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2012-09-11
2013-07-27
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  • Brady Miller
    Brady Miller
    2012-09-11

    Hi,

    The first OpenEMR 4.1.1 patch has been released, which fixes several critical bugs. Download, installation instructions and details regarding new fixes can be found here:
    http://open-emr.org/wiki/index.php/OpenEMR_Patches

    -brady
    OpenEMR

     
  • Brady Miller
    Brady Miller
    2012-09-17

    Hi,

    The 3rd patch for OpenEMR 4.1.1 has been released. The patch includes a Critical appointment creation access control bug fix: http://www.open-emr.org/wiki/index.php/OpenEMR_Patches

    (hopefully this is the last of the critical bug fixes for awhile)

    -brady
    OpenEMR

     
  • Brady Miller
    Brady Miller
    2012-09-22

    Hi,

    The 4th patch for OpenEMR 4.1.1 has been released. The patch includes a Critical scheduling module bug fix and Clinical Decision Rules (CDR) engine/reporting bug fixes and performance optimizations : http://www.open-emr.org/wiki/index.php/OpenEMR_Patches

    -brady
    OpenEMR

     
  • Brady Miller
    Brady Miller
    2012-09-25

    Hi,

    The 5th patch for OpenEMR 4.1.1 has been released. The patch includes a Critical billing bug fix (fixes a X12 and HCFA/CMS creation bug that was unmasked by a bug fix in the previous patch) and includes processing animation added to the CQM/ACM/Rules reports(so users are not confused when the reports finish processing) : http://www.open-emr.org/wiki/index.php/OpenEMR_Patches

    -brady
    OpenEMR

     
  • Tony McCormick
    Tony McCormick
    2012-09-25

    Not urgent, but the next rollit might be good to fix this:

    interface/globals.php
    134:    error_log("Session site ID has been set to '$tmp'"); // debugging

    This debugging was left on as some point .

    -Tony

     
  • Brady Miller
    Brady Miller
    2012-10-04

    Hi.
    The 6th patch for OpenEMR 4.1.1 has been released. The patch includes major enhancements in CDR based reports (standard rules, CQM, AMC and creation of clinical reminders) that improves performance, allow tracking and allows saving of these reports. It also includes some bug fixes (in addition to Tony's rec above): http://www.open-emr.org/wiki/index.php/OpenEMR_Patches

    -brady
    OpenEMR

     
  • Pieter W
    Pieter W
    2012-10-18

    Brady,

    tnx for the newest patch corrections. In your notes I saw that my changes on a Pharmacy file general_edit.html are not included. Good , since yesterday I had to make another small correction in translation xl (..) field.

    After a synchronization on GitHub are there more steps to take, if I wanted to get my changes included? How can I delete the file afterwards, if I am not convinced it is an additional benefit for OpenEMR? Is there an option to change the file while seeing the file committed in GitHub?

    Excuse me for the possible stupid remarks, but as a novice I am very much afraid to do something that confuses me and that is of no benefit of future releases.

    Tnx, Pimm

     
  • Kevin Yeh
    Kevin Yeh
    2012-10-18

    One of the great things about Git, is that everyone can have their own branches and it is relatively easy (especially if they are small changes) to pull in corrections from anywhere. 

    I think people are intimidated by Git when there isn't really a need to be.  It's not possible to mess things up for others,  and  worst  case  if  your  repository gets "messed  up"  you  can  always  create  a  new  clone  in a  new  directory.   It's  hard  to lose data  with  git.  (That's the whole  point of source  control!).

    I'm not sure what your present repository looks like or where your changes reside right now.  However, the simplest thing to do to get your changes incorporated might  be  to update your master branch from the OpenEMR  repository,  then  just create  a new  branch  for  you changes.    Since it's only  one  file,  you  can just copy  the file with  your  changes  into the new  branch  and  then  push.   

    The only way to learn  git  is to play with it.

    One  other  thing.    Only Brady  messes with  the  patch  release  branches, although  any  of  the  Integration  developers could  do  it in  theory.  Code pretty much always goes through the main/master  development  branch  before it  goes into  a  patch,  so  the fact  that  the patch  was released  actually  doesn't affect how/what you  need  to  do to get  your  changes  incorporated into  a future  release.

     
  • Pieter W
    Pieter W
    2012-10-18

    Yester thx for the INFO. To be sure: I just have to confirm my changes on my local PC GitHub and do a synchronize?

    And if accepted by the GURU it will appear in the official release branche?

    I have a copy of OpenEMR V4.1.1. and committed to my personal computer the changes, and to my surprise saw thing synchronizing and I had committed the file (possibly the first time unintentionally. Than I wanted to delete, but that did not work on GitHub. Than I wanted to make changes on GitHub, but of course also could not find the option.

    So please confirm this statement:

    If I make a change on my local GitHub branch-file, the personal PC, and do a synchronize… and get the message synchronization completed, is all I need to do?

     
  • Kevin Yeh
    Kevin Yeh
    2012-10-18

    A  link to your repository on https://github.com/   so  I can take a  look would  help.

    Did  you  create  a branch  in  your local repository  or  did  you  work in  "master."  

    If I make a change on my local GitHub branch-file, the personal PC, and do a synchronize… and get the message synchronization completed, is all I need to do?

    I'm  not sure  exactly  what  you did, but I'm guessing what  you've  done is not  sufficient,  as it  doesn't  sound like you did  a  "git push"  to github.   Your  changes  are tracked on  your local  PC,  but I'm  guessing  you  haven't shared them with the  world  yet.

     
  • Kevin Yeh
    Kevin Yeh
    2012-10-18

    What  tool  are you using  for  git?   It's  possible that  your "synchronization"  is  equivalent to the "push" I'm  talking  about, but  again  I'm  not sure  exactly  what  you  are  doing.

    And if accepted by the GURU it will appear in the official release branche?

    After someone  shares  code  on  github,  there is  an additional manual step  taken  by  one of the integration developers which  puts it into the  official branches (master/rel-411/rel-410).  Changes generally go  into  the official  master first, then when it's time  for  a  patch,  Brady is  the one  who  moves code from  master  to rel-411/410.

     
  • Brady Miller
    Brady Miller
    2013-01-10

    Hi,

    The 9th patch for OpenEMR 4.1.1 has been released:
    http://www.open-emr.org/wiki/index.php/OpenEMR_Patches

    The patch includes the following new fixes/improvements:
    -Patient portal (offsite) bug fixes and improvements - contributed by ZH Healthcare
    -Bug fixes and improvements of social security form items in demographics/insurance - contributed by yehster
    -Bug fix to include Newcrop eRx module medications in AMC report - contributed by ZH Healthcare
    -Bug fix for incorrect syntax in disc_fragment.php script - contributed by yehster

    -brady
    OpenEMR

     
  • Brady Miller
    Brady Miller
    2013-02-14

    Hi,

    The 10th patch for OpenEMR 4.1.1 has been released:
    http://www.open-emr.org/wiki/index.php/OpenEMR_Patches

    The patch includes the following new fixes/improvements:
    *Bug fix for security vulnerability - contributed by bradymiller
    *Bug fix for copays in appointment encounter report - contributed by ZH Healthcare
    *Bug fix and improvements to lab display in then onsite patient portal - contributed by bradymiller
    *Added feature to show lab results in the offsite patient portal - contributed by ZH Healthcare
    *Added feature to save new patient data to audit tables in the offsite patient portal - contributed by ZH Healthcare
    *Bug fix for emailing reminders - contributed by arnabnaha
    *Bug fix in AMC reporting - contributed by pfwilliams
    *Improvement to fee sheet code set search selector - contributed by bradymiller
    *Bug fix in codes import module - contributed by pfwilliams
    *Added feature to focus on field when searching for billing/diagnosis codes - contributed by yehster
    *Bug fix in user add/modify gui - contributed by Sunset Systems

    The main reason for this patch is to fix the recently publicly posted security vulnerability:
    http://packetstormsecurity.com/files/120274/ZSL-2013-5126.txt

    My suggestion for users that are using versions less than 4.1.1 (ie. can't use above patch) is to remove the following file/directory:
    file-> /openemr/library/openflashchart/php-ofc-library/ofc_upload_image.php
    directory(if it exists)-> /openemr/library/openflashchart/tmp-upload-images/

    -brady
    OpenEMR

     
  • Brady Miller
    Brady Miller
    2013-02-20

    Hi,

    The 11th patch for OpenEMR 4.1.1 has been released:
    http://www.open-emr.org/wiki/index.php/OpenEMR_Patches

    The patch includes the following new fixes/improvements:
    *Security fixes - contributed by bradymiller
    *Minor improvement in fee sheet - contributed by bradymiller
    *Bug Fix for deleting payments via the Front Office Receipts report - contributed by Sunset Systems

    Main reason for this patch is to fix a xss vulnerability in the 'site' parameter (does not require authentication), which will likely be a published vulnerability in the next several days.

    -brady
    OpenEMR

     
  • Brady Miller
    Brady Miller
    2013-03-17

    Hi,

    The 12th patch for OpenEMR 4.1.1 has been released:
    http://www.open-emr.org/wiki/index.php/OpenEMR_Patches

    The patch includes the following new fixes/improvements:
    *Bug fixes and improvements to Date of Birth calculations, formatting and options - contributed by yehster
    *Security fixes - contributed by bradymiller
    *Bug fix in billing report - contributed by Sunset Systems
    *Bug fix in scanned documents module - contributed by Sunset Systems

    -brady
    OpenEMR

     
  • Paul Williams
    Paul Williams
    2013-03-19

    The patch 12 link is coming down as an invalid partial archive of only 386K.
    I tried from 2 machines with both WinZip and Winrar.
    Thanks.

     
  • Paul Williams
    Paul Williams
    2013-03-19

    Interesting.
    There is an unrelated (to OpenEMR) forum online where .zip downloads are saved in this same state.
    This is the first time that one of the OpenEMR patch downloads has done this.

    What I have to do to fix the file…

    1. Download 4-1-1-Patch-12.zip
    2. Rename the file to 4-1-1-Patch-12.zip.gz
    3. Unpacking the .gz file results in a valid 4-1-1-Patch-12.zip

     
  • Brady Miller
    Brady Miller
    2013-03-20

    Hi,

    I confirmed that it is downloading and extracting fine using Windows right click Extract. What is the md5sum of the file you are downloading. It should be:
    1927d07d3b17313f1f504f9490a9570d

    I basically create these zip files with the ubuntu zip command. I hope it hasn't lost compliance with winzip (as an aside, what is the point of winzip anymore now that windows can create/unpackage zips natively?)

    -brady
    OpenEMR

     
  • Robyn03
    Robyn03
    2013-03-20

    Hi, I downloaded the file 4-1-1-Patch-12.zip, the archive are 394KB, I extracted the files with 7zip and the files are all correct.
    It should be of that size?

    NAME                      DIM
    CCR                  16108
    CUSTOM                  31619
    INTERFACE              674149
    LIBRARY                453303
    MYPORTAL              146042
    PATIENTS                    5466
    SQL                444086
    VERSION.PHP   814

     
  • Paul Williams
    Paul Williams
    2013-03-21

    Stats for the initial file downloaded (1), and, after renaming it to 4-1-1-Patch-12.zip.gz and extracting (2):
    1)  Name: 4-1-1-Patch-12.zip      Size: 395,289    MD5: 362E59C2884C7A0CDD72514A5945026D
    2)  Name: 4-1-1-Patch-12.zip      Size: 402,980    MD5: 1927D07D3B17313F1F504F9490A9570D

    I believe the server compresses the download stream as a zipped folder using the GZip format, and on my side my browser (IE8) should transparently remove that layer of compression.   I could go download files from 10 random websites and they'll all work fine.  I only know of one other website where, for the last 9 months, any .zip file I download will end-up double-compressed; (pk)zip inside of gzip.  Some other users on that site have expressed having the same problem.

    I have no idea whether an upcoming patch 13 will download similarily, but if anyone else receives what appears to be a corrupted archive, try the rename/extract steps detailed above.

     
  • Brady Miller
    Brady Miller
    2013-06-15

    Hi,

    The 13th patch for OpenEMR 4.1.1 has been released:
    http://www.open-emr.org/wiki/index.php/OpenEMR_Patches

    The patch just includes some minor security fixes(there will be a published vulnerability report soon after this release):
    *Security fixes - contributed by bradymiller

    -brady
    OpenEMR

     
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