[X4U] OT-Java driven radiology site not working

Michael Elliott michaelelliott at mac.com
Sun Jun 19 21:34:57 PDT 2005

Our rural hospital has set up a new digital radiology system that  
makes it possible to access Xrays, MRIs, CTs, etc. from via the  
internet, but I can't get the Java client to work:

user = demouser  ,  password = demouser

Once the page loads, you have to select "Dept:  All" and "past ALL  
days" in the upper right screen. Pick a "patient", and click on the  
FIRST "Images" column on the icon that looks like a projector  
screen.  That brings up a large version of the raw image, and it  
works OK in Mac OS X 10.4.1.  However, the preferred method is to  
click on the SECOND "Images" column, the icon that looks like a  
folder. On Windows XP, this method loads some sort of Java viewer  
that allows you to manipulate the images, adjust contrast, enlarge,  
etc...all within the browser window.  Of course, this one doesn't  
work on OSX :-) as I get an error that some Java Beans plugin is not  
present. I've gone to Apple.com and installed the latest  
Java15Release but no dice, and Sun's Java site of course refers back  
to Apple for any Mac OS issues.

Any ideas?

Thanks for any replies to this (admittedly off-topic) problem.


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