DHIS 2 is open source software licensed under the liberal BSD license and is free for everyone to install and use.
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DHIS 2 Live
This package is extremely easy to install and convenient as it contains everything you need in order to run DHIS 2, including GIS, reporting and charting. It is based on an embedded Jetty servlet container and an embedded H2 database. Simply unpack the archive, run the executable file and you are good to go. For production use we recommend that you use PostgreSQL as DBMS.
|DHIS 2 Live||81 Mb||2.14|
The WAR file requires you to install a Java servlet container (like Tomcat or Jetty) and a relational database (PostgreSQL, MySQL and H2 are supported), and is recommended for server setups and environments with high volumes of data and traffic. The latest version is maintained with bug-fixes and minor improvements. You can always get the latest stable release at stable.dhis2.org. Check out the installation guide for Ubuntu Linx here. For the bleeding edge build check out the continuous integration server. WAR files are copied from our continuous integration server where you can find revision number and build time.
|DHIS 2 WAR-file | Upgrade script||80 Mb||2.14 stable|
|DHIS 2 WAR-file||78 Mb||2.13 stable|
|DHIS 2 WAR-file||85 Mb||2.12 stable|
The DHIS 2 mobile clients runs on Java enabled mobile phones. The solution relies on an available data connection also known as GPRS, Edge or 3G, over which it communicates with a DHIS 2 server instance being publicly available on the internet.
There are two separate client applications available: the facility reporter and the program tracker. The facility reporting client is for regular data reporting from a facility, while the program tracker is designed for following up and reporting on individual program service deliveries to beneficiaries, as part of the name-based component of DHIS2.
|DHIS 2 Mobile Aggregate Reporter JAR||JAD (Descriptor)||130 Kb||2.11|
|DHIS 2 Mobile Aggregate Reporter JAR||JAD (Descriptor)||134 Kb||2.9|
|DHIS 2 Mobile Program Tracking JAR||JAD (Descriptor)||374 Kb||2.12|
|DHIS 2 Mobile Program Tracking JAR||JAD (Descriptor)||134 Kb||2.11|
MyDatamart is a database tool for "semi-online" data access and analysis. Install and run from your local computer and synchronize with the online server when the network is available. You can then link a MS Excel Pivot table to your local datamart. MyDatamart is based on SQLite and requires that the ODBC driver is installed.
|MyDatamart||3 Mb||1.2.1 Win|
|Sqlite odbc driver||3 Mb||Windows 32 bit|
|Sqlite odbc driver||1 Mb||Windows 64 bit|
The source code is released under the BSD license, and can be modified and redistributed pretty much as you like. You can check out the source code from Launchpad using Bazaar with the command bzr branch followed by the URLs below.
|Checkout URL||Launchpad page||Version|
The DHIS 2 developer team creates a range of apps which can be installed and used with the DHIS 2 core distribution. The source code for these are hosted at Github.
When setting up your system it is useful to have access to a database with sample data. This database contains data from the DHIS 2 implementation in Sierra Leone. Note that the H2 database file needs write privileges on any OS. The PostgreSQL file must be unzipped and can be imported through pgAdmin restore function or with psql -d dbname -U username -f demo.sql
|Sample database (PostgreSQL)||53 Mb||2.14|
Download various tools used for DHIS 2 maintenance and a sample Drupal skin.
|I18n resource editor||69 Kb||1.0|
|PostgreSQL database backup cron setup||10 Kb|
|ICD 10 option set meta-data import file||140 Kb|
|Tracker DHIS 2.14 migration SQL script||1 Kb|