What Do Values Mean in RDC Sensor Reports? Why Negatives in NumberOfDEWindows.csv? (Doc ID 1136607.1)

Last updated on SEPTEMBER 16, 2010

Applies to:

Oracle Clinical Remote Data Capture Option - Version: 4.6.0 and later   [Release: 4.6 and later ]
Information in this document applies to any platform.

Goal

To Answer the following two questions about the RDC SENSOR REPORT OUTPUTS.

Q1: When you are trying to implement the Tracking Scalability Data for RDC Onsite (Oracle´┐Ż Clinical Remote Data Capture Onsite Administrator's Guide, pp 14-16, 14-17).

Documentation explains the following:

"In each file, the first column is the number of milliseconds since the rdc OC4J instance was started. The second column represents the number (metric) that is being tracked."

What are the third and fourth columns supposed to be?

In one example output you see the following values:

12133701,1,0,0
12140529,2,0,0
12143935,3,0,0
12153154,4,0,0
12162873,5,0,0
12172889,6,0,0
12183249,7,0,0
12193014,8,0,0
12203265,9,0,0
12213312,10,0,0
12223374,11,0,0
12233046,12,0,0
12243390,13,0,0
12253062,14,0,0
12263547,15,0,0
12273469,16,0,0
12283438,17,0,0
12293485,18,0,0
12303532,19,0,0
12313517,20,0,0
12323564,21,0,0
12333627,22,0,0
12343595,23,0,0
12353658,24,0,0
12363690,25,0,0

Q2: What circumstances would result in a negative number in the second column of the NumberOfDEWindows.csv output file?

In the example output you see the following values:

20290873,4
20291014,3
20291092,2
20291232,1
20291342,0
20291482,1
20291561,2
20291592,1
20291623,0
20291889,-1
20291998,-2
20292295,-3
20292389,-4
20292498,-5
20292842,-6
20293389,-5
20293967,-4
20294420,-5
20294920,-6
20294951,-5
20295170,-6
20295389,-5
20295451,-6
20295748,-5
20296420,-6
20296701,-7
20296842,-8
20297264,-7
20297342,-8
20297389,-7
20297701,-8
20298342,-9
20298373,-8
20298420,-9
20298608,-8
20298701,-7
20299076,-6
20299795,-5
20300092,-4
20300139,-3
20300201,-4
20300842,-5
20300858,-4
20301108,-3
20301373,-2
20301608,-1
20301748,0
20301873,-1
20301951,0

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