GitHub Action Workflow Tips

I went through a Knowledge Transfer to a teammate who is implementing GitHub Actions and workflows in their repository. My team has been working with GitHub actions since they became available to developers. You can see my team’s workflows at https://github.com/IBM/FHIR/tree/main/.github/workflows and our automation scripts at https://github.com/IBM/FHIR/tree/main/build Here are my tips: Pushing Changes to GH Pages If you need to push changes back to GitHub, I recommend you checkout your code to a working sub folder and build in that subfolder, and copy the artifacts back to another subfolder and then push those changes (after a git add and commit…

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IBM FHIR® Server – v1.2.0 is now released

The team I am on just release an OpenShift operator to install and setup the IBM FHIR Server. The CASE is published to GitHub and the container images (built on the OpenSource version 4.9.1) are in the IBM Entitled Registry. If you have any questions about the release, I’m happy to answer. IBM FHIR Server is capable of processing, validating, and storing healthcare data in an industry-standard format that can be used for running search and other reporting capabilities. Built for the enterprise and offering cloud portability, it’s an integral component of a data integration pipeline. IBM FHIR Server WEBSITE

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Digital Developer Conference – Hybrid Cloud: Integrating Healthcare Data in a Serverless World

Recently I developed and presented this lab… which gets released in late September 2021. In this lab, developers integrate a healthcare data application using IBM FHIR Server with Red Hat OpenShift Serverless to create and respond to a healthcare scenario. This lab is a companion to the session Integrating Healthcare Data in a Serverless World at Digital Developer Conference – Hybrid Cloud. The content for this lab can be found at https://ibm.biz/ibm-fhir-server-healthcare-serverless. Have fun! Enjoy… Ask Questions… I’m here to help.

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Getting Explain to work with IBM Db2 on Cloud

My team has been running more workloads on IBM Cloud, more specifically with IBM Db2. Our daily tools are slightly different to work with in the cloud, less administrative access and tools we can access on the host – db2batch, db2advis, db2expln and other native tools. That’s when I ran across some great references that lead me in a direction that works for my team. Create a User (with Password) Catalog the Remote Database Run db2expln Login to the IBM Cloud console Click Open Console Expand Settings Click Manage Users Click Add Click Add User Enter the relevant details for…

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