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OpenEMR Development Version Windows Installation

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1. Install and configure MySQL, Apache (or another PHP-capable webserver), and PHP5 (PHP4 is also supported). Many windows users have had success with the XAMPP package, which includes MySQL, Apache, and PHP. XAMPP can be downloaded from: http://www.apachefriends.org/en/xampp-windows.html

2. Download the daily OpenEMR development version snapshot:

http://opensourceemr.com/cvs/openemr-cvs.zip (MD5SUM of file is Here.) (Confirm date of snapshot Here.)

3. Extract the downloaded OpenEMR archive and then move this directory to your webserver root directory. Refer to your webserver documentation to obtain your webserver root directory. For example, if your using XAMPP 1.7.0, then the webserver root directory is in the \xampp\htdocs directory.

4. Open up web-browser and point it to the installation script at: http://localhost/openemr/setup.php

The first screen gives some general instructions and ensures file and directory permissions are set up correctly. Read and follow the instructions carefully. If there are errors on this screen, then follow instructions to fix. (screenshot below)

http://www.sparmy.com/pics/screenshot50_3.jpg


Step 1 ask if you want OpenEMR to create the database. Read and follow the instructions carefully. (screenshot below)

http://www.sparmy.com/pics/screenshot51_2.jpg


Step 2 is where you input MySQL database information along with OpenEMR user and OpenEMR path information. Do not be intimidated by this form. Most users will just need to enter a "Password", however, read and follow the detailed instructions carefully. (screenshot below)

http://www.sparmy.com/pics/screenshot52_3.jpg


Step 3 configures OpenEMR. (screenshot below)

http://www.sparmy.com/pics/screenshot53_2.jpg


Step 4 configures access controls (php-GACL). (screenshot below)

http://www.sparmy.com/pics/screenshot54_2.jpg


Step 5 gives detailed instructions to configure PHP. Read and follow the instructions carefully. This information is personalized for your computer, so we suggest you print this screen for future reference. (screenshot below)

http://www.sparmy.com/pics/screenshot55_4.jpg


Step 6 gives detailed instructions to configure Apache; it basically involves securing directories that will contain sensitive patient information. Read and follow the instructions carefully. This information is personalized for your computer, so we suggest you print this screen for future reference. (screenshot below)

http://www.sparmy.com/pics/screenshot56.jpg


The final installation screen gives additional instructions. This information is personalized for your computer, so we suggest you print this screen for future reference. At the bottom of the page is your OpenEMR username and password, along with a link to OpenEMR. (screenshot below)

http://www.sparmy.com/pics/screenshot57_2.jpg


Below is a screenshot of OpenEMR after installation. (screenshot below)

http://www.sparmy.com/pics/screenshot58_2.jpg


ALL DONE


Support:
http://sourceforge.net/projects/openemr/forums