XNAT News & Events

XNAT 1.8.6.1 Hotfix Release is Strongly Recommended for users of XNAT 1.8.5+ XNAT 1.8.6.1 is a hotfix release, addressing a critical bug discovered in XNAT 1.8.5 that affects DICOM file naming when importing scans via C-STORE. We strongly urge all sites running XNAT 1.8.5 and above to upgrade to XNAT 1.8.6.1, and to stay tuned for upcoming utility services that we will be testing and releasing to help mitigate the issue caused by this bug.…
From day one, XNAT has existed to serve the needs of the imaging research community, and its growth over the past twenty years has been fueled by collaboration across multiple sources, as well as continued funding from the NIH. This year, we are announcing a new evolution in our collaborative relationship: A full merger of XNAT development teams from Washington University School of Medicine and Radiologics, all coming together under the Flywheel umbrella.…
XNAT 1.8.6 Is Now Available XNAT 1.8.6 has been released and is ready to install. This version of XNAT includes several important updates, but also includes an important caveat for XNATs running custom-developed plugins and if you are using Container Service and/or ML plugins, you will need to update these as well (see below for more). Here is a quick overview of what is included.…
The XNAT Team is happy to announce that version 3.1.0 of the XNAT Desktop Client has been released. This version offers major performance improvements to help make use of the bulk upload features introduced in version 3.0.0. In particular, this version of the uploader offers much greater support for uploading image scans with thousands of files in them. One important note with version 3.1: Updating to this version will erase your transfer history.…
Container Service 3.2.0 Released! New: Support for Kubernetes! In addition to Docker and Docker Swarm, with Container Service 3.2.0 you can now run your container jobs on a Kubernetes cluster. We expect that this will be a welcome addition for site admins that deploy to the cloud, as all the cloud providers have native solutions for building a Kubernetes cluster. All the core Container Service operations are supported: launching containers, monitoring and reporting their states,…
XNAT 1.8.5 is now available and ready to install. This version of XNAT includes several important updates, including some exciting new functionality. Here is a quick overview of what is included.…
Announcing a new date! The XNAT Workshop will be held in London from October 31 – November 4, 2022 XW2022-email-art-v2.png The XNAT Team, in partnership with the Health and Bioscience IDEAS training program at University College London, with support from the Institute for Cancer Research UK, NCITA, and Flywheel, are announcing a change to the date of our in-person workshop to be hosted in London. This workshop is geared toward all ranges of XNAT experience,…
XNAT 1.8.4.1 Hotfix Release
XNAT 1.8.4.1 is a hotfix release, addressing an issue identified by the XNAT community that can block elements of the Admin UI and Administer Users UI. This issue only affects installations of XNAT 1.8.4 – we strongly urge all installations to upgrade to this version.  See Documentation: XNAT 1.8.4.1 Release Notes For older versions of XNAT, upgrading to XNAT 1.8.4.1 also includes all the benefits of XNAT 1.8.4. See News: XNAT 1.8.4 Released Download XNAT https://www.xnat.org/download
XNAT 1.8.4 Released
XNAT 1.8.4 is now available and ready to install. This version of XNAT is a maintenance version, chock full of updates and fixes. Here is a quick overview of what is included. Critical Bugfixes: Prevent rare instances of data table failures Address unusual undeletable resource files Improve handling of user IDs generated by external auth providers Multiple security fixes Other improvements include: Enabling image session downloads at the subject level Refactored the Admin UI,…
The Container Service plugin has been updated to version 3.1. What's new? New Feature: Command Orchestration From the moment we released the XNAT Container Service, we were asked whether we could support the ability to chain multiple processing containers together. This version release finally gives us a first look at that ability. Command Orchestration can be set up at the project level, allowing users to set in motion a series of container actions on a given piece of data.…

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