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Onsite patient portal

When i complete a form on the portal and submit it for review it does not make it back to the emr system. Normally i could go under miscellaneous ->portal dashboard and go under audit to see it, but now it no longer shows that since the update. The forms still show and the submit button works, they just never make it to the emr system

hi @harmone75 ,
The most recent patch (patch 2 of 5.0.2) addressed a security vulnerability in the patient portal, however, looks like we introduced a bug or two, which are working on fixing:
Portal ACL broken 5.0.3 and 5.0.2 · Issue #3486 · openemr/openemr · GitHub

I would like to see a docker or a demo which uses nginx is one available?
I have not been able to get my patient portal to work. It is imperative for me to get any portal to work, because currently I am trying to start a new practice with no capital for staff. I would like patients to make their own appointments and have telemedicine visits.

Btw, when I go to my on site patient portal, I get this page:

" Oh Snap!

Unauthorized

You may want to try returning to the the previous page and verifying that all fields have been filled out correctly.

If you continue to experience this error please contact support.

Onsite Patient Portal Rel v5.0.2 Copyright © 2020 By sjpadgett@gmail.com"

thanks

@gutiersa @harmone75
This is a temporary solution so you can work while Brady and I finish brain storming the issue.
Unzip in openemr root. Four files.

portal.zip (9.9 KB)

Thank you, i will implement this shortly

Well, because I thought my problem is that I have a multi-site install, I decided to do a single site install. Not only that, but I decided to not implement ssl before my setup.php (which I tend to do initially). These are the errors thrown at the screen, After enabling the onsite portal:

Original Stack Trace:
#0 /usr/local/www/myopenemr/library/translation.inc.php(44): ExceptionThrower::HandleError()
#1 /usr/local/www/myopenemr/library/htmlspecialchars.inc.php(138): xl()
#2 /usr/local/www/myopenemr/library/htmlspecialchars.inc.php(158): hsc_private_xl_or_warn()
#3 /usr/local/www/myopenemr/portal/patient/templates/ProviderHome.tpl.php(12): xlt()
#4 /usr/local/www/myopenemr/portal/patient/fwk/libs/savant/Savant3.php(1022): include(’/usr/local/www/…’)
#5 /usr/local/www/myopenemr/portal/patient/fwk/libs/savant/Savant3.php(958): Savant3->fetch()
#6 /usr/local/www/myopenemr/portal/patient/fwk/libs/savant/Savant3.php(944): Savant3->getOutput()
#7 /usr/local/www/myopenemr/portal/patient/fwk/libs/verysimple/Phreeze/SavantRenderEngine.php(69): Savant3->display()
#8 /usr/local/www/myopenemr/portal/patient/fwk/libs/verysimple/Phreeze/Controller.php(850): SavantRenderEngine->display()
#9 /usr/local/www/myopenemr/portal/patient/libs/Controller/ProviderController.php(51): Controller->Render()
#10 /usr/local/www/myopenemr/portal/patient/fwk/libs/verysimple/Phreeze/Dispatcher.php(169): ProviderController->Home()
#11 /usr/local/www/myopenemr/portal/patient/index.php(50): Dispatcher::Dispatch()
#12 {main}

In addition to the above error, the default error template could not be displayed:
Trying to access array offset on value of type bool in translation.inc.php at line 44
#0 /usr/local/www/myopenemr/library/translation.inc.php(44): ExceptionThrower::HandleError()
#1 /usr/local/www/myopenemr/library/htmlspecialchars.inc.php(138): xl()
#2 /usr/local/www/myopenemr/library/htmlspecialchars.inc.php(158): hsc_private_xl_or_warn()
#3 /usr/local/www/myopenemr/portal/patient/templates/DefaultErrorFatal.tpl.php(9): xlt()
#4 /usr/local/www/myopenemr/portal/patient/fwk/libs/savant/Savant3.php(1022): include(’/usr/local/www/…’)
#5 /usr/local/www/myopenemr/portal/patient/fwk/libs/savant/Savant3.php(958): Savant3->fetch()
#6 /usr/local/www/myopenemr/portal/patient/fwk/libs/savant/Savant3.php(944): Savant3->getOutput()
#7 /usr/local/www/myopenemr/portal/patient/fwk/libs/verysimple/Phreeze/SavantRenderEngine.php(69): Savant3->display()
#8 /usr/local/www/myopenemr/portal/patient/index.php(74): SavantRenderEngine->display()
#9 {main}

Oh, groovy, I too, will get it going immediately. thanks

Nope, now I get the above error in the multi site install. You must have already patched the second patch.

No, this is not an nginx thing.
I just finished installing an apache instance. either I am missing a php74 thing, or this is a bug.

I’ll try a debugging environment.

How about if I wanted to test drive the Wordpress portal. It is not a bad idea to have a site that is separate from the openemr one no?
Is the wordpress one something that is still doable?

Also about private messaging, what is everybody using? Is the solution still phimail? What if I wanted to implement my own. Is that so hard?
If you prefer that I create a separate thread, I can do that.

Ok, it seems so far the onsite patient portal in openemr does not support php74 yet. That is why I have been getting the error message. The developers, @sjpadgett is working on this.