Thank you very much for your time to guide me during the platform’s installation process. Ιt is highly appreciated.
I have installed postgresql in my virtual machine hosting the docker image and created an empty database named OHDSI-CDMV5. I have also created a user ohdsi_stack_user with password ***, I have checked that the user has the right privileges to the specific database using phppgadmin and pgadmin. I have also created a schema called cdm under OHDSI-CDMV5 database where I created the CDMV5 tables using the respective DDL script. While I have not yet imported the CDMv5 vocabulary tables from OHDSI Athena web site and have not yet imported the 1k simulated patient CDM V5 dataset as you suggested (these need more time than I expected), I suppose that this should not be the problem since all the databases are there. I have also tried creating the ohdsi schema in the OHDSI-CDMV5 database manually. Still, I get the same error using ATLAS (“unable to connect to an instance of the webapi. please contact your administrator to resolve this issue.”) and I cannot see the expected table ohdsi.source_daimon.
Please note that when I start the docker container I get no error messages.
My docker-compose.yml is (interesting parts with bold)
Summarizing my questions:
- Do you see anything suspicious in my yml configuration? Do I miss anything?
- Is there any kind of log that I could check?
- Can I somehow confirm that I use the right IP address for the web API?
Thank you in advance,