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The HL7 GForge site is intended to support HL7 Tool Developers (Toolsmiths) and Work Groups in managing their projects. All of the tools available on the HL7 GForge site are designed to support the development and publication of HL7 Version 3 Messaging Standards. These tools carry a license that restricts their use to activities that support the development of standards by HL7 and the HL7 International Affiliate Organizations.
Support and Docs
The Eclipse-based tooling is maintained in the Open Health Tools' (OHT) software repository, also known as the Open Health Forge. The current release of the HL7 V3 Eclipse-based tooling is bundled in a package called the Open Health Workbench. Click here to view instructions on how to download and install the Workbench tool on Windows or Mac OSX.
Additional HL7 Tools
This project supports that testing of the NHS Static Model Designer by providing a "Bug" tracker for testing issues, and a package of MIF Lite files in for testing UV content. The actual SMD product is NOT available for download here. To gain access to that, one needs to register as a "tester" in the HL7 Wiki at: http://wiki.hl7.org/index.php?title=HL7_Testers and then contact Tim Ireland for access codes to the SMD product.
The V2-V3 Mapping tools have been enhanced and ported to Eclipse EMF. Using a mapper editor, they can now map V2 to other data sources, V3 to other data sources, or V2 to V3. Translations between data formats are generated from the mappings. There are automated tools to test translations with example instances. Users are invited to contribute to a pool of shared mappings for commonly used transformations, to give anyone a head start in building reliable message transformations.
The approved ballot responses were released on the CBCC project site.
The HDF is ready for peer review. Please use the tracker tool, "Peer Review" tracker to enter your issues.
Data Consent 2.0 - Draft for Comment- was completed. This release contains important improvements over the normative 1.0 standard including service specification, additional information models, and fully integrated static and dynamic model.