Version 2.9 - June 29. 2012
- Mobile web version of tracker
A mobile web version of the tracker functionality. This will include the functionality most relevant for health workers, which is 1) Beneficiary registration, 2) Name based data entry (for programs with fixed stages and single events), 3) Anonymous event registrations (for single event programs), 4) Visit plans with an overview of outstanding, pending and completed beneficiary visits.
This solution will be targeted at devices with touch-screens such as smart-phones and tablets. It might take advantage of capabilities for offline storage in modern browsers available for such devices. The mobile version will adhere to the logic defined by the standard web-based solution.
- Fine-grained access control
The system needs to provide a more fine-grained level of access control. In many implementations there are several stakeholders including the government, implementing partners, programs, NGOs. Some of these stakeholders have needs for confining access to data artefacts within their own organisation. For instance, an implementing partner might want to create a report which should only be accessible to users within that organisation.
Relevant artefacts are report, report table, chart, map, organisation unit group and group set. For these objects it should be possible to grant authority to certain levels, including 1) private, only visible to yourself 2) group, only visible to users within your organisation 3) public, visible to everyone.
- Reporting rates in GIS
Support for reporting rates in GIS module. Reporting rates for data sets should be added as a map value type in addition to indicators and data elements. Reporting rates should be by data set so it should be possible to select which data set to display. This should be included in the edit screen of the two thematic layers. The reporting rate data is generated as percentages and should be rendered similarly to the indicators with regard to legends and classes.
- Multiple map layers in GIS favorites
Extend map views (favorites) to support multiple map layers, including the first and second thematic layer, facility layer and symbol layer. Currently only a single layer is supported. This is useful in order to allow for more sophisticated, stored map views.