Login/Worksheet

Login/Worksheet

The program needs a logon and password to logon to Sunquest just like any other user.  

Most labs setup a special user in Sunquest that only has permissions to pull the OL log.

 

*Sunquest/CPL versions of Ol Monitor only.

HMS does not have this.

 

1 . Communication methodCommunication method

Communication method

Ver 1.46 and above.   Telnet is the default method.   The process of going to SSH is not as simple as a simple option click, but the program does all it can to set it up from it's end.  

See special instructions for setting up SSH sessions here:

http://ericainsworth.com/olmonitor/blog/?p=75

2 . LoginLogin

Login

The first prompt, 'Login' varies widely from site to site and is the first prompt when telnetting to Sunquest.   Instead of 'Login' some sites receive a 'Username' prompt.

 

CPL lab see this topic for Login section.

 

3 . Device LocDevice Loc

Device Loc

The 'DEVICE LOC' prompt in Sunquest.

 

CPL lab see this topic for Login section.

 

4 . Access codeAccess code

Access code

Your Sunquest username.   Most sites create a limited user with no mail and error reporting solely for pulling the outstanding log.

 

CPL lab see this topic for Login section.

 

5 . PasswordPassword

Password

Password for the Sunquest user specified.   Your password is stored encrypted in the registry or ini file.

 

CPL lab see this topic for Login section.

 

6 . Hospital IDHospital ID

Hospital ID

If this field is left blank, all hospitals in your system will be pulled.   Othewise specify a hospital for the outstanding log.

 

CPL lab see this topic for Login section.

 

7 . WorksheetWorksheet

Worksheet

A group worksheet containing all the tests you want to monitor is usually created just for OL monitor.   Alternatively you can use any other worksheet or leave blank to pull all tests in the lab.

You can enter multiple* worksheets separated by a comma. EX:

CHEM,HEMO

 

*Versions below 1.88t: Only 2 worksheets are supported.

*Versions above 1.88t: Up to 4 worksheets are supported.   It should be possible to add support for more worksheets into the macro, if you need this please contact me.

Many labs are using a Group Worksheet to control what shows up on their OL logs.

 

 

CPL lab see this topic for Login section.

 

8 . Log functionLog function

Log function

OL is the program name to directly pull the oustanding log.   If your site does not have this Sunquest program tag defined the outstanding log can usually be pulled using 'LO' instead.

 

CPL lab see this topic for Login section.

 

9 . Custom Sunquest prompt/replyCustom Sunquest prompt/reply

Custom Sunquest prompt/reply

Ver 1.63 and above.   Some sites may have an additional server login prompt.   Copy or type exactly the login prompt that appears and the appropriate response to send (ie: password or login string).

10 . Sunquest server IPSunquest server IP

Sunquest server IP

The server IP is the ip address Smarterm uses to connect to the Sunquest server.

If you know the IP address of the Sunquest server enter it here.

If you have already been using Smarterm to connect to Sunquest you can leave this blank and the program will search for your previously used IP's the first time it loads Smarterm.

The field will highlight in yellow if this is the first time you are running Ol Monitor or if the saved ip is on the 'bad ip list'.

 

*Sunquest/CPL versions of Ol Monitor only.

HMS does not have this.

 

 

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