dcm4chee installation on Windows


Java SE Development Kit 7u80 Java SE Development Kit 7u80 (jdk-7u80-windows-i586.exe)

Install MySQL

Download MySQL and install.

Create a blank database

> mysql -u root -p
mysql> create schema pacsdb;  
mysql> grant all on pacsdb.* to pacs@localhost identified by ‘pacs’;  
mysql> flush privileges;  
mysql> \q

Install Java JDK

Run jdk-7u80-windows-i586.exe

Install dcm4chee

extract dcm4chee-2.18.1-mysql.zip
extract dcm4chee-2.18.3-mysql.zip o
copy content of 2.18.3 into 2.18.1 and overwrite any old files
delete server\default\deploydcm4chee-web-ear-3.0.5-mysql.ear
delete dcm4chee-2.18.3
rename the dcm4chee-2.18.1 directory back to dcm4chee-2.18.3

Install Database

> cd sql
> mysql -u root -p pacsdb < create.mysql

Install JBoss

Extract jboss to a directory

cd dcm4chee-2.18.1\bin
install_jboss.bat <directory of jboss>


> cd bin
> set JAVA_HOME=c:\Program Files (x86)\Java\jdk1.7.0_80\ (note the trailing slash and lack of quotes)
> run.bat



Default username is admin and password is admin

Trying to learn some front end web development…

Today, I was looking to see which front end web development technology I should learn. Here’s my summary.

Learn AngularJS! But wait, Angular 2.0 is about to come out. No React and Redux is much better, so learn that instead. Oh, you need to learn JSX, too. But it sucks! Learn Cycle.js instead. May be you should look into Elm. Forget all of that, let’s all rally behind open standard and learn ES6, and use webcomponents. What’s WebPack 2.0??? Don’t you know? Ember will make your app fast! If you are so inclined and like the Microsoft way, use TypeScript, and knockout.js. I haven’t mentioned Flux, Mithril, and Graphsql yet…

Javascript fatigue anyone? May be I should just learn jquery and write my own framework.