The OpenCDISC team is pleased to announce our participation in the first ever US based PhUSE Single Day Event (SDE) which will be held in Boston on September 28th, 2010 at the New England Research and Development Center. If you are not familiar with PhUSE, it’s a non-profit organization dedicated to providing a forum for pharmaceutical programmers to share ideas, knowledge, and new technologies relevant to the future direction of our industry.
The OpenCDISC team is pleased to announce the availability of OpenCDISC Validator 1.1.
Download OpenCDISC Validator 1.1 here
What’s New in Version 1.1
The latest release is focused on performance and scalability. The validation engine has been improved and tuned to run up to 3x faster at the minimum recommended hardware configuration. The Validator has also been enhanced to take advantage of multithreading and additional memory available on powerful workstations and server environments to scale to validate the largest studies and datasets. Please refer to OpenCDISC Validator Performance and Scalability Guide for further details.
Dear OpenCDISC Community,
We're pleased to announce that OpenCDISC Validator 1.0.1 is now available. This version is principally a maintenance release and includes a number of bug fixes and minor enhancements. These include:
The OpenCDISC team is pleased to announce the availability of OpenCDISC Validator 1.0, the first production release of our open source CDISC compliance tool. Download OpenCDISC Validator 1.0 here
We also had a chance to showcase Validator at the CDISC Interchange, where we've gotten great feedback and tons of encouragement. If you missed it, we have included some highlights and pictures below.
What's New in Beta
- Support for 100% of documented Janus and WebSDM validation rules
- 10 additional rules contributed by the community
- Validation checks against define.xml
- Validation checks against CDISC Terminology
- New report formats including Excel and CSV, in addition to HTML