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caBIG® Integration Hub (formerly caXchange)
 

Product Description

caBIG® Integration Hub provides integration among caBIG® Clinical Trials Suite applications that need to exchange information and messages, and invoke remote services. It also provides integration with Cancer Center Hub Client and Clinical Trials Object Data System (CTODS) to collect, process and report laboratory data gathered during a clinical trial. The tool integrates services and messaging among clinical trial applications over caGrid.

Current Version

  • Current Version Number: 2.3
  • Release Date of Current Version: May 2011

Intended Audiences

Technologists working with the Clinical Trials Suite applications (C3PR, C3D, caAERS, PSC) or other clinical trials management tools for their end user clients

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Domain and Technical Information

  • Area of Focus: Clinical Trials Management
  • Primary Workspace: CTMS
  • Tool Bundle: Clinical Trials Compatibility Framework
  • Currently caGrid Enabled?Yes
  • Compatibility Level: Not yet determined (Learn more about compatibility levels)
  • Tool Maturity Assessment Stable Release (Adoption in Progress)
  • Architecture Level:  Web Application, Enterprise System/Infrastructure - Server/Network Dependent,
  • Installation Level: Intermediate - technical assistance may be required, download may require supporting infrastructure or software