Demo Version Features
To enable/disable OpenClinic demo behavior there must be set as
false the constant
OPEN_DEMO in file
define("OPEN_DEMO", false); // normal version define("OPEN_DEMO", true); // demo version
For security reasons, in demo version there have been disabled some features. In normal version this features would be tested. You could do so downloading the normal version and testing it by yourself.
- Admin » Dumps - This option is used to back-up the application database in different formats.
- Install script page - This page is needed to install the application and to restore the back-ups of the database. As into this site everything is set up to start using the application, it is unnecesary its use.
- In the option Admin » Config Settings you can choose the application language. But in this demo version it is disabled for clearness reasons.
- Disabling security for demo since sourceforge.net seems to be using mirrored servers that do not share session info. That is why, in demo version there isn't user's control.
- Historical and log tables would not be used for lack of space reasons.
- Admin » Logs Statistics - Log tables would not be used.
- In Medical Records tab doesn't exist a list of lastest viewed patients.
- In Medical Records tab can't manage medical problem tests because server's space disk is limited.
- Patients and medical problems can't be deleted.
There are other three profiles defined in OpenClinic. Their features are:
- Administrator - Users with this profile would have total access available into the program.
- Administrative - Users with this profile would have access to Medical Records tab and Home tab only.
- Doctor - This profile, at this application developing stage, has only access to the Home tab and some of the options of Medical Records tab. It only can see patient's data, not edit them.
Patient's data should be ficticious. This is so because they should be used only for Medical Records tab aplication testing purposes. Therefore, as author's site, I don't take charge of any liability derived from the data that this application could hold.
OpenClinic isn't perfect, but your suggestions, feedback and bug reports can help us to have a very well done medical records system! You can do this, mailing to Jose Antonio Chavarría with subject OpenClinic.