After deciding to have the reflections due at the end of each sprint instead of the end of the week, this reflection is going to summarize what happened during the last two sprints. The team began by forking the AMPath code on github and cloning the code to their computers. After getting the code settled and making sure everyone can open up the code in Webstorm, we tried to make sure that everyone was able to connect to the AMPath database through local host 3000. A majority of us had a problem where we got the login page to AMPath to appear, however the bottom right kept saying that the server was offline instead of online so we could not connect to it. That obstacle was later solved thanks to Ryan and other people in the class for searching for workarounds to the problem. The most common fix was a google chrome extension that you could download and it will allow you to connect to the server, however when that extension ran on my laptop it disconnected me from using the web. Later on, we found another fix that Ryan suggested which includes adding code to an xml file in the OpenMRS standalone folder and the connection worked out well with no side effects. We also added the proper OpenMRS directory to the server settings which connected us properly.
Other than connecting to AMPath, some users in our team had trouble starting OpenMRS itself since it took around 30 minutes to open for people, later on that issue was resolved but i do not recall what fixed it for them .We troubleshooted by giving them faster internet through a wireless adapter but that did not work out, they probably reinstalled it. We were also instructed to modify the login page of the AMPath and also get a proper understanding of the code which some of us did, but not all. We are now awaiting access to the tracker so we can help fix bugs and as well look forward to the EPIC goal that we are going to do as a class.