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DataServer 2.0.0 released

This constitutes the final release of the DataServer 2.0 branch. We will continue to support this version with patches and bug fixes, but all new feature development will now take place on the 2.1 branch,

Posted by Greg Weinger 2005-05-10

DataServerClient 1.0 released

The first version of a sophisticated client API for batch retrieval of patient-centric data. See the project home page for more information.

Posted by Greg Weinger 2005-05-10

DataServer 2.1 branch in CVS

The new development branch of DataServer, version 2.1, is now in CVS. This is based on Cocoon 2.1.5; our current version is based on Cocoon 2.0.4.

Further details on the porting effort can be found in the wiki:

http://www.mii.ucla.edu/openSource/Wiki.jsp?page=Main

Posted by Greg Weinger 2004-06-04

Release of DataServer 2.0b2

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May 25, 2004
Announcing the Second Beta Release of Medical DataServer 2.0b2
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UCLA Medical Informatics is pleased to announce the second beta release of Medical DataServer (http://www.mii.ucla.edu/dataserver/). This release includes numerous bug fixes, some additional code cleanup and refactoring, updates to documentation, and one significant interface change (see details below).... read more

Posted by Greg Weinger 2004-06-04

State of the Project

On February 27, we officially launched the web site for the DataServer Open Source project. The current version represents three-and-a-half years of development and testing, and the second generation of the DataServer product line.

After an additional few weeks of documentation and tweaking, we kicked off the publicity campaign, by registering our project with Sourceforge and Freshmeat. Email press releases are set to go out to various forums in the next weeks. In the meanwhile, we will begin development on the new version of DataServer, based on the 2.1.* branch of Apache Cocoon.... read more

Posted by Greg Weinger 2004-03-25

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