HealthVault

Useful information for the HealthVault developer

April, 2008

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    Application Settings

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    [Update: Removed PB3 reference - this has been around for a while] HealthVault provides a way for applications to store information associated with the current user. This is done using the ApplicationSettings class, which can be get and set through...
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    HealthVault Vocabulary Browser

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    HealthVault Vocabulary Browser
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    PB3 Feature - Writing a HealthVault application without deriving from HealthServicePage

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    If you look at any of the sample applications, you'll find: public partial class VocabularyPage : HealthServicePage The HealthServicePage does a lot for you, but it has the disadvantage of requiring you to use that page as a base class. In PB3,...
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    PB3 Feature - Optional Authorization

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    Optional Authorization The current application authorization scheme only supports a single decision by the user - either they grant the application access to all the types the application might ever want to use, or they don't. This doesn't allow...
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    PB3 Feature - Sign in / Sign Up Shell Changes

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    In addition to the changes in the HealthVault API, there have also been changes in this release to the HealthVault shell. Sign In User Experience We simplified the sign-in process in our PB3 release. Until now, users have have to view two pages...
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    New PB3 Feature - Related Items

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    This release provides a new way to manage relationships between instances. Each data instance now supports a collection of relationships, stored in CommonData.RelatedItems. The items in this collection are of type HealthRecordItemRelationship, which...
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    New PB3 Feature - Digital Signatures

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    Digital signatures provide a way of verifying the source of a data item. The HealthRecordItem.TypeSpecificData XML is signed using the functionality present in the System.Security.Cryptography.Xml.SignedXml class. The signing functionality shows up...
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    New HealthVault SDK (PB3 release) now available

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    We are happy to announce the availability of a new HealthVault SDK , which will work with the new release recently deployed to the HealthVault servers. This release has the internal codename "PB3", which we've decided to use as the released name so...
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    TechEd 2008

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    At least one of us (Eric) is going to be going to TechEd this year the week before our partner conference. We'll have two lunchtime talks - one that is an overall introduction to HealthVault, and a second that is going to be remarkably similar to the...
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    HealthVault Solutions Conference 2008

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    HealthVault Solutions Conference 2008 will be held June 9th and 10th at the Hyatt Regency in Bellevue, Washington. Come to learn more about HealthVault, talk with the team members, meet a bunch of the other HealthVault solution providers, see exciting...
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    A note about new and modified data types

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    As you may already know, we've made some changes recently in how we create and modify data types on the HealthVault platform, and now that a few of us are up to speed on the process, we hope to get these happening more quickly. If you have interest...
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    Object reference not set to an instance of an object

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    If you get this message at the bottom of the shell auth page on the developer servers, it's possible that you have ShellUrl set to: https://www.healthvault-ppe.com when it should be: https://account.healthvault-ppe.com
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