XNAT News & Events

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.…
XNAT 1.8.3 Has Been Released
XNAT 1.8.3 is now available and ready to install. This version of XNAT is a maintenance version, including several bug fixes to backend services related to image session importing. Here is a quick overview of what is included: New Direct-To-Archive Upload Method,…
xw2021-videos.jpg Our thanks to everyone who participated and made the inaugural virtual XNAT Workshop a staggering success. We exceeded our registration goal and fielded more than 100 questions during a highly interactive six hours of Zoom webinar discussion, and then capped that off with a dynamic virtual poster session on Spatial Chat that saw participants and presenters mingling in a virtual space and engaging in free-form conversations.…
Please Upgrade your XNAT 1.8.x to XNAT 1.8.2.2 The XNAT 1.8.2.2 release is an urgent hotfix release to fix a pernicious issue, where deleting certain types of experiments could result in serious data loss across your project. Because the XNAT 1.8.2.2 release is built on XNAT 1.8.2, it includes native support for Apache Tomcat 9,…
The XNAT Team, in partnership with the Institute of Cancer Research, Cancer Research UK's National Cancer Imaging Translational Accelerator (NCITA) and the Health and Bioscience IDEAS training program at University College London, are hosting a two-day virtual workshop starting September 13, 2021. Each day will feature four hours of interactive content, including demonstrations of the latest XNAT features, round-table discussions on the future direction of XNAT and imaging informatics,…
XNAT 1.8.2 Is Now Available
The XNAT 1.8.2 release offers a key configuration update in response to the Apache Tomcat 7 end of life announcement, as well as several bugfixes and improvements: Default support added for running XNAT on Apache Tomcat 9 Improved support for performing QCs on CT scans Admin UI and Event Service refactoring Prearchive and other backend improvements You can read the XNAT 1.8.2 Release Notes for more details. Upgrading is (fairly) easy! The upgrade path from XNAT 1.8 to XNAT 1.8.…
XNAT 1.8.1 Is Now Available
As you can see, we are ramping up our release velocity, getting bugfixes and improvements out the door and into your hands. XNAT 1.8.1 release offers several minor bugfixes as well as several highlighted improvements: Initial support added for importing Microscopy image sessions (GM & SM) Optimized data deletion processes, with a key new behavior affecting cached copies of deleted files Other UI and backend improvements You can read the XNAT 1.8.1 Release Notes https://wiki.xnat.…
Beginning with XNAT 1.7.0 and running through XNAT 1.8.1, XNAT has run on Apache Tomcat 7. As of March 31, 2021, Tomcat 7 has reached its end of life https://tomcat.apache.org/tomcat-70-eol.html. Not only will Tomcat 7 stop receiving security updates, it will be removed from most software repositories–including Debian and Ubuntu apt repositories and RHEL/Fedora/CentOS yum repositories–in the near future, if it hasn't already. Even prior to the 1.8.2 release,…
The latest version of XNAT is now available, and includes several powerful enhancements as well as UI improvements, upgrades to foundational technology, and improved support for containerized processing and machine learning workflows. There are also related updates to core plugins such as the Container Service and XNAT-OHIF Viewer. What Can You Do With XNAT 1.8? The big new functional addition is the XNAT Event Service,…
XNAT-workshop-2021-banner.png *Whispers* The XNAT Workshop is back... More details will be forthcoming in the next few weeks, but for now please save the date. The XNAT Team, in partnership with the Institute of Cancer Research http://www.icr.ac.uk,  Cancer Research UK's National Cancer Imaging Translational Accelerator https://ncita.org.uk/ (NCITA) and the Health and Bioscience IDEAS training program at University College London https://www.ucl.ac.uk/biosciences/,…

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