Certificate Expiration

Each HealthVault application proves its identity to HealthVault at run-time using an asymmetric key pair.  Those of you who have already gone live will remember having to send the HealthVault team your public key so that it can be stored on the HealthVault servers.  If your certificate expires then your application will stop working correctly. …

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Versioning in HealthVault

HealthVault has a feature known as “versioning”. Here’s a description of what it is and how it works.

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Application manager certificate import problem…

The current version of application manager has a bug related to certificate importing. A certificate will appear to import correctly, but will not work correctly. We are investigating the issue. The workaround is to go to: C:\Program Files\Microsoft HealthVault\SDK\Tools and execute ComputerCertificates.msc. This will launch the MMC snap-in for certificates. To import a certificate, right…

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HealthVault PB9 release

Hot on the heels of the PB8 release that brought improvements to the shell, PB9 has been deployed to the HealthVault servers. The release contains the following new items: A change in access to previous versions of data instances Determining what records have changed Client Id Group membership Versioning information The BodyDimension data type An…

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