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Composer for aggregate data queries. Links to ComposerDb.
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hQuery

The query composer is a web based application that provides the front end for creating, managing, and executing queries.

Those queries are executed against the query gateway which exposes a query API, accepts queries, runs those queries against the patient data,
and returns the results of the query back to the query composer.

Environments

hQuery will run properly on OSX and various distributions of Linux

hQuery will also run on Windows, however, there are some minor limitations to functionality and performance.

Dependencies

Dependencies on old gems (to be remedied in future)

  • rails 3.2.7 (later versions of rails escape single and double quotes with &#x27 and \" which causes mongoid queries to fail)
  • jquery-rails 1.0.19 and jQuery UI 1.8.16
  • minitest < 5.0.0

Browser Issue with Firefox

When using the visual Query Builder in Firefox (but not with Chrome or IE), there is an issue with popups containing the message:

"This web page is being redirected to a new location. Would you like to resend the form data you have typed to the new location?"

This message will continue to popup until "Cancel" is entered. The builder works OK despite this irritating message.

To eliminate these warnings from Firefox, the following configuration change can be applied (from https://support.mozilla.org/en-US/questions/792131 ):

  • Type in your firefox url : about:config
  • Then toggle the following option : network.http.prompt-temp-redirect to false

Install Instructions

Once you get a copy of the hQuery code from GitHub (https://github.com/scoophealth),
these are step-by-step instructions to get hQuery installed on your local machine.

These steps are the steps required to get both the Query Composer and Query Gateway up and running

###Summary of Steps OSX and LINUX

  1. Install Ruby
  2. Update Gems
  3. Install Git
  4. Install Mongo
  5. Create clone of repositories
  6. Populate Data
  7. Start Application
  8. Adding a User Account

###Summary of Steps for Windows

  1. (windows) Download and install Railsinstaller
  2. Update Gems (this step is not necessary if Railsinstaller v2.0.0 used)
  3. Install Git (this step is not necessary if Railsinstaller used)
  4. Install Mongo
  5. (windows) Create Clone of repositories
  6. Populate Data
  7. (windows) Start Application
  8. Adding a User Account

###Common setup requirements for OSX and LINUX
install ruby 1.9.3 or later
install bundler 1.0.14 or later

###1. Ruby installation process for OSX and LINUX

Ruby should be installed via RVM (Ruby Version Manager) when available. Details on rvm
can be found at https://rvm.beginrescueend.com/ including
installation instructions. The basic install procedure for RVM is as follows:

####OSX

First you will need to install XCode see: http://developer.apple.com/technologies/tools/ or install from your OSX install disk.

Open a terminal and run

bash < <(curl -s https://rvm.beginrescueend.com/install/rvm)
rvm install 1.9.3
rvm use 1.9.3

####LINUX

Open a terminal and run

apt-get install ruby rubygems
apt-get install build-essential curl file zlib1g-dev libreadline5-dev libxml2-dev libsqlite3-dev
gem install rvm
/var/lib/gems/1.8/bin/rvm-install
rvm install 1.9.3
rvm use 1.9.3

###Getting Ruby Directly
Ruby can also be installed directly from the following without the use of RVM.

http://www.ruby-lang.org/en/downloads/

The rails installer may be helpful under windows.

###1w. WINDOWS - Download and install Railsinstaller

a) If you are working from behind a proxy, from the cmd prompt issue following command

$ set HTTP_PROXY=http://proxy_host:proxy_port

b) Download and install railsinstaller

http://railsinstaller.org/

Packages included are (outdated information):
Ruby 1.9.2
Rails 3.1
Bundler 1.0.18
Git 1.7.6
Sqlite 3.7.3
TinyTDS 0.4.5
SQL Server support 3.0.14
DevKit

Follow the included directions and these packages should be successfully installed.

A key will be saved to the clipboard during this process for Git. During the process you will be asked
to enter an email and other information. Upon completion goto GitHub and use the email used durning setup to
register. Paste the key that was saved to the clipboard as a new key in GitHub.

d) Install the ruby dev kit, also available at http://rubyinstaller.org/downloads/. The dev kit will allow building native gems.

  1. near the bottom of the page you should see a link for the dev kit
    DevKit-tdm-32-4.5.1-20101214-1400-sfx.exe
  2. If you don't have MinGW installed, install it to c:/MinGW
    available: http://sourceforge.net/projects/mingw/files/Automated%20MinGW%20Installer/mingw-get-inst/. Install all components when prompted
  3. Running this exe will extract the contents.
    You should extract the contents to c:\DevKit
  4. open a command prompt to the DevKit directory and run

    ruby dk.rb init

  5. Verify the new file config.yml contains a reference to Ruby192

  6. run

    ruby dk.rb install

  7. Next you will want to run pi.bat in the post install directory

###1j. JRuby

Currently jruby instructions are not available

WINDOWS:
a. download from www.jruby.org
b. add jruby bin path to PATH environment variable
c. execute "export JRUBY_OPTS=--1.9"

###2. Gem Update

Bundler install process

Install ruby gems from: http://rubygems.org/pages/download

  1. download zip file
  2. unzip zip file
  3. in unzipped rubygems directory, run "ruby setup.rb"

Bundler (http://gembundler.com/) is a Ruby Gem (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/RubyGems)
that is used to manage the dependencies of a ruby application.

The bundler gem can be installed by running the following
command in the terminal once ruby has been installed.

gem install bundler

###Getting the latest released version

See: https://github.com/scoophealth

Getting the latest source code (skip to "Installing Mongo" if you are using the latest stable release)

###3. Installing GIT

NOTE FOR WINDOWS: If you installed from the railsinstaller git will
be installed so this step will not be needed

In order to get access to the source code, you will require git.
If you do not already have git, it can be installed by following the directions at:
http://git-scm.com/download.

###4. Installing MongoDB

The reference implementation uses a database called MongoDB.
In order to run the reference implementation, MongoDB must be installed.
MongoDB installers for most operating systems can be found at: http://www.mongodb.org/downloads.

###5. Getting the Code

git clone http://githuburl/

###5w. WINDOWS - Getting the Code

Register with Gitorious
Request to be added to project

From GitBash

git clone <repository> <cloned repository name>

###6. Populating example data

Sample patient is added to the query gateway database in step 7

###7. Starting the Application

In a terminal, change directory to the query-composer directory
run:

bundle install
bundle exec script/delayed_job start
bundle exec rails server

In a second terminal, change directory to the query-gateway directory
run:

bundle install
bundle exec rake db:seed
bundle exec script/delayed_job start
sbundle exec rails server -p 3001

In a browser open the URL: https://localhost:3000/queries/

###7w. WINDOWS - Starting the Application

Open a terminal and start mongo. (if you do not have mongo in your PATH settings
you will have to migrate to the mongo bin directory):
mongod

In a terminal, change directory to the query-composer directory
run:

Add the directory /tmp/pids to the query-composer directory

bundle update
bundle install
bundle exec ruby script/delayed_job run

In a new terminal run:
bundle exec rails server

In a third terminal, change directory to the query-gateway directory
run:

Add the directory /tmp/pids to the query-gateway directory

bundle update
bundle install

Finish starting the application by running the following:
bundle exec rake db:seed
bundle exec ruby script/delayed_job run

Run the following in a different terminal:
bundle exec rails server -p 3001

In a browser open the URL: https://localhost:3000/queries/

###8. Adding an Administrative User Account

When the application opens, you should be presented with a login page.
You should see a sign up Link, click it.
Fill out the form to create a user.
Next you need to approve the user and set the user as an admin.
In the root of the query-composer project run the command:

bundle exec rake hquery:users:grant_admin USER_ID=<USERNAME>

where <USERNAME> is replaced with the username for the user you just created.

###9. Adding a Non-administrative User Account

When the application opens, the user will be presented with a login page.
They will see a sign up Link which they should click.
They then need to fill out the form to create their user account.
Next you need to approve the user.
In the root of the query-composer project run the command:

bundle exec rake hquery:users:approve USER_ID=<USERNAME>

where <USERNAME> is replaced with the username for the user account that is being approved.

License

Copyright 2011 The MITRE Corporation

Licensed under the Apache License, Version 2.0 (the "License");
you may not use this file except in compliance with the License.
You may obtain a copy of the License at

http://www.apache.org/licenses/LICENSE-2.0

Unless required by applicable law or agreed to in writing, software
distributed under the License is distributed on an "AS IS" BASIS,
WITHOUT WARRANTIES OR CONDITIONS OF ANY KIND, either express or implied.
See the License for the specific language governing permissions and
limitations under the License.

Project Practices

Please try to follow our Coding Style Guides. Additionally, we will be using git in a pattern similar to Vincent Driessen's workflow. While feature branches are encouraged, they are not required to work on the project.

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