Igor Kromin |   Consultant. Coder. Blogger. Tinkerer. Gamer.

I'm a big fan of online tools, especially when it comes to things like string length, or regex validation. So naturally I thought there would be a CDA UUID to OID converter available online somewhere. I was wrong about this, the only references I found were to the algorithms on how to do it. To fill the gap, I put a bit of code together and created an online tool just for this purpose.

Here's an article that gives this a little bit more context. I won't go into the details here because the chances are if you're reading this, you already know why you want to do this conversion.

The tool looks like this, a very simple interface.
uuidtooid.png


Where to find it? Well it's right here on my blog. UUID to OID Converter.



-i

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