Project History

Use Cases Scenarios
Use Case Requirements
Bugs and Known Limitations

User Manuals Getting Started
General Tour
Configuration Options
Logging Tool Tour
Administration Tool Tour

Developers Architecture
Analysis of Design
Creating Plugins
Future Enhancements

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Examine contents of release directory

The release directory for CST should resemble the picture below:

The following table describes the purpose of each major item which appears in the release directory. A zip file containing all the source code for the application.
run_logging_tool.bat Double click this file to run a version of the Logging Tool which manages data in a MySQL database. Make sure you have done two things before pressing this:
  • You have installed MySQL Community Server 5.0 or higher
  • You have used the Administration Tool to create the database for the configuration file you use.
run_demo.bat Runs a demonstration version of CST which creates Administration and Logging Tool which manage data in a fake database stored in-memory. When you exit the demo, you will lose all your data. The demonstration feature is useful for rapid prototyping and showing what the application can do. You do not need any special software to make the demonstration version run.
run_admin.bat Double click this to run the version of the Administration Tool which uses a MySQL database. Before you press this button ensure that you have installed MySQL Community Server 5.0 or higher.
README.html The first file you should double-click on. It will refer you to various web pages depending on your interests.
models This is the directory which will contain the configuration file that describes the activities of your clinical study. The application uses this file to generate both Administration and Logging tools.
lib Contains the libraries the application needs in order for it to run.
jre1.6.0_07 A directory containing all the files that make Java work.
doc Directory which contains all the web page documents that describe CST.

Author: Kevin Garwood

(c)2010 Medical Research Council. Licensed under Apache 2.0.