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unable to install

Michelle_DMichelle_D Posts: 103
edited April 2014 in Installation & Setup
I am trying to install a new version of Open Clinica but In the Open Clinica User Documentation, under 9.5.1. "Overview of Installation on Linux Systems" when I click on a link there, a message comes up saying "page not found"!
Whoever is responsible, can this please be fixed.


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  • bbaumannbbaumann Posts: 105 admin
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    Hi Michelle,

    Is this the URL you are trying to access?

    https://docs.openclinica.com/install-3-1-x-linux

    The page loads fine for me.

    - Ben


    On Wed, Mar 26, 2014 at 8:33 AM, Michelle_D
  • Michelle_DMichelle_D Posts: 103
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    Yes, but when I click on no. 2 "Download the installation files" it tells me "page not found" and the same happens for everything else there.

    Michelle Danieli
    Data Manager & CRA
    A.Stein-Regulatory Affairs Consulting Ltd.

    E-mail: [email protected]
    Tel: +972-9-7670002
    Fax: +972-9-7668534
    A. Stein -Regulatory Affairs Consulting Ltd.
    20 HaTa'as St. (P.O.B. 124)
    Beit Hapa'amon Bldg (Suite 102)
    Kfar Saba 44425
    ISRAEL
  • Michelle_DMichelle_D Posts: 103
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    HI, any news on this???
    I see it is still reading that the page cannot be found!

    Michelle Danieli
    Data Manager & CRA
    A.Stein-Regulatory Affairs Consulting Ltd.

    E-mail: [email protected]
    Tel: +972-9-7670002
    Fax: +972-9-7668534
    A. Stein -Regulatory Affairs Consulting Ltd.
    20 HaTa'as St. (P.O.B. 124)
    Beit Hapa'amon Bldg (Suite 102)
    Kfar Saba 44425
    ISRAEL
  • haenselhaensel Posts: 602 ✭✭✭
    @Michelle_D

    Hi Michelle

    Just in case you get stucked her. These links are just shortcuts to the following sections. Scrolling down the page will show you all the linked sections.

    Regards
    Christian

    P.S. I copied the table of contents and corrected the links (just in case someone needs it in the meantime).

    1.  Ensure your operating system meets the specified requirements
    2.  Download the installation files
    3.  Install Java
    4.  Install Tomcat
    5.  Install the database you will use, either PostgreSQL or Oracle:
         * Follow these instructions to install PostgreSQL.
         * If you are using Oracle, you will need to obtain the instructions to install it. OpenClinica does not provide instructions to install Oracle.
    6.  Set up the database you installed:
         * Set up PostgreSQL
         * Set up Oracle
    7.  Deploy OpenClinica within Tomcat
    8.  Set Tomcat to start
    9.  Configure the OpenClinica application
    10. Restart the system and verify access to OpenClinica
    11. Configure Tomcat to use HTTPS
    12. Verify the installation by ensuring you can log in to OpenClinica.
  • Michelle_DMichelle_D Posts: 103
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    Thank you so much!

    Michelle Danieli
    Data Manager & CRA
    A.Stein-Regulatory Affairs Consulting Ltd.

    E-mail: [email protected]
    Tel: +972-9-7670002
    Fax: +972-9-7668534
    A. Stein -Regulatory Affairs Consulting Ltd.
    20 HaTa'as St. (P.O.B. 124)
    Beit Hapa'amon Bldg (Suite 102)
    Kfar Saba 44425
    ISRAEL
  • Michelle_DMichelle_D Posts: 103
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    Hi ,
    I have a question.
    We have a program that creates XML and Map files of the Data in Open Clinica, which we then send to have SAS tables created.
    We originally tried exporting the ODM XML files that Open Clinica creates, and transfer them to SAS but we had problems converting them to SAS so we now use a different program to create the XML and Map files. But again, it isn't creating clean raw SAS files.

    I have heard from Clinovo that there is a SAS tool that makes it possible to take the ODM export files and automatically create a set of SAS tables by creating first the map files and then performing additional manipulations to provide clean raw SAS datasets that match the structure of the database.
    Is it possible to purchase this 'tool' so that we can use it to export our data to SAS by creating Datasets and then exporting hem through Open Clinica's ODM files?


    Michelle Danieli
    Data Manager & CRA
    A.Stein-Regulatory Affairs Consulting Ltd.

    E-mail: [email protected]
    Tel: +972-9-7670002
    Fax: +972-9-7668534
    A. Stein -Regulatory Affairs Consulting Ltd.
    20 HaTa'as St. (P.O.B. 124)
    Beit Hapa'amon Bldg (Suite 102)
    Kfar Saba 44425
    ISRAEL
  • haenselhaensel Posts: 602 ✭✭✭
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    This answers my question from the other
    thread.http://en.m.wikibooks.org/wiki/OpenClinica_User_Manual/SAS might
    answer your question.

    Regards
    Christian
  • tkhajatkhaja Posts: 62 ✭✭
    Hi Michelle,

    Here is the link to the discussion on the tools to convert ODM extracts to SAS, CSV and R
     
    https://www.openclinica.com/forums#/discussion/comment/5578

    Please feel free to let me know if you require additional information.

    Thanks,
    Thasbiha
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