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Installing XNAT

Getting Started

Custom Installation Options



User Documentation

A first-time user's introduction to XNAT 

Core Activities

Handling Data and Files

Searching, Reporting and Data Mining

Tools and Applications

Advanced Topics / User Reference


Administrator Documentation

An introduction to administering XNAT.

Configuring & Customizing Your XNAT Installation

System Configurations


Customizing XNAT

Managing Sites & Projects

Managing the Pipeline Engine

Visits and Protocols

There is no documentation, which there really should be. And there really should a GUI tool for managing those, but there’s not one of those either.


You can find the currently configured IPs on the whitelist by calling:


GET http://xnat-dev02.nrg.mir/data/services/ipwhitelist


Which gives:



You can PUT to the same REST address to change the whitelisted IPs:


PUT http://xnat-dev02.nrg.mir/data/services/ipwhitelist




And that adds my IP to the IP whitelist.


The payload of IPs on the PUT can be separated by whitespace and/or commas.


Developer Documentation

XNAT Codex

XNAT REST API (An Introduction)


More XNAT Web Services

Best Practices for XNAT Developers


More Resources

XNAT 1.6 Release Notes

XNAT Client Tools

(Full list of XNAT Client Tools)

XNAT Publications

Related Publications:

(Full list of XNAT Publications)

Case Studies

How Others Have Used XNAT:

More Resources

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News Items / Blog Posts

Confluence migration notes
I'm setting up separate spaces for XNAT 1.5 docs and XNAT 1.6 docs, similarly to the way that Confluence sets up its own documentation. We're starting with a table of contents as they should be, rather than as they currently are. Therefore, there will be a lot of holes that need filling. 
Creating news items
Adding a news item to the sidebar is easy. Just select "Add > Blog Post" from the upper right menu. Or click here: https://wiki.xnat.org/pages/createblogpost.action?spaceKey=XNAT16 https://wiki.xnat.org/pages/createblogpost.action?spaceKey=XNAT16
Conversion process notes:  I used the "Copy Space" plugin to duplicate the XNAT 1.5 Docs into a temporary space called temp16, to avoid mucking about with the "good" docs in the 1.5 space.  I created an XML archive of the temp16 space, following this process: https://confluence.atlassian.com/display/CONF42/Exporting+Confluence+Pages+and+Spaces+to+XML https://confluence.atlassian.…
Tip: Easy screenshots
Step 1: use Firefox, and add the "Pixlr Grabber https://addons.mozilla.org/en-us/firefox/addon/pixlr-grabber/" plugin.  Step 2: Pixlr Grabber lets you take a snapshot of any portion of a web page - even stuff below the bottom of the screen. Step 3: Take your screenshot, and select "Copy to clipboard" Step 4: Waltz over to Confluence, and simply PASTE that screenshot into your wiki page. Resize as necessary. 


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