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* [[Setting Up a MIRC Development Environment]] describes the development environment that was used to develop all the MIRC software, including CTP.
 
* [[Setting Up a MIRC Development Environment]] describes the development environment that was used to develop all the MIRC software, including CTP.
 
* [[Extending CTP]] describes how to add new pipeline stages or DatabaseAdapters to CTP.
 
* [[Extending CTP]] describes how to add new pipeline stages or DatabaseAdapters to CTP.
* [[The MIRC Module]] describes the contents and theory of operation of the TFS application.
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* [[The MIRC Module]] describes the contents and theory of operation of the TFS plugin for CTP.
 
* [[The CTP Module]] describes the contents and theory of operation of the CTP application.
 
* [[The CTP Module]] describes the contents and theory of operation of the CTP application.
 
* [[The Util Module]] describes the contents and theory of operation of the utilities used in CTP.
 
* [[The Util Module]] describes the contents and theory of operation of the utilities used in CTP.

Revision as of 13:34, 26 December 2012

This is a list of articles on the MIRC implementation running as a plugin to CTP.


Release Notes


Main Articles

  • MIRC is the top-level article. It describes the installation and configuration of the program.
  • MIRC Pipelines describes how to modify the configuration of the asynchronous pipelines that store files and create MIRCdocuments.
  • DICOM Service - Advanced Configuration describes how to configure the DICOM Service for specialized workflows.
  • MIRC Templates describes the formats of the various template files used in MIRC.
  • MIRC Hardware Considerations provides guidance in the selection of hardware for a teaching file site.
  • MIRC PHI Access Logging describes the responsibilities of authors and administrators with respect to MIRCdocuments that include PHI.


Articles for Developers


For articles describing the configuration of CTP and the anonymizers, see CTP Articles.