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Unable To See Treatment Regimens When Added To Treatment Pattern. (Doc ID 1151458.1)

Last updated on APRIL 14, 2011

Applies to:

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


Treatment information is not displayed as expected.

Steps to Reproduce:

  • Create Drug: For example JVDRUG via:
    • Design
    • Treatments
    • Drugs)
  • Create a Regimen via:
    • Design
    • Treatments
    • Single Regimen
  • Place Cursor focus on JVDRUG, click on [Treatments]
  • Create a Pattern: For example JVPATT via:
    • Design
    • Treatments
    • Patterns)
  • Associate the Drug to an Regimen via:
    • Design
    • Treatments
    • Treatment Patterns
  • Place cursor focus on the study, click on [Treatment Patterns]
  • Add JVPATT
  • [Save]
  • Place cursor focus on JVPATT, click on [Drugs]
  • Place cursor focus on JVDRUG, click on [Regimens for this Drug]
  • Place cursor focus on the treatment JVTR1, click [Add this Regimen to Treatment Pattern]
  • Associate the Regimen to an Regimen via:
    • Design
    • Treatments
    • Treatment Patterns
  • Place cursor focus on study, click on [Treatment Patterns]
  • Place cursor focus on the Pattern: JVPATT, click on [Regimens in Treatment Pattern]

First issue:
Label and Treatment Regimen Name are in blank. If clicking on "Details of this Treatment Regimen", the information about Treatment is displayed.

  • Assign Regimen to Intervals
  • Focus on DSING/PHASE 2, click on Assign Regimen to this Interval.

Second issue:
Column Assigned? is not checked.
If trying to assign again the Regimen to   DOSING/PHASE 2  again the following Oracle Clinical error is raised:

68930: Child of this interval is already to this Treatment.


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