Bug 8978432: Problem In Colour Coding Of Multivariate Discrepancy In Rdc Onsite Test Mode
(Doc ID 1322763.1)
Last updated on FEBRUARY 19, 2019
Applies to:Oracle Clinical Remote Data Capture Option - Version 4.5.3 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.
You are using test mode for training and are experiencing this bug:
Bug 8978432: PROBLEM IN COLOUR CODING OF MULTIVARIATE DISCREPANCY IN RDC ONSITE TEST MODE.
More specifically, you observe that multivariate discrepancies in RDC test mode change to yellow when status changed but then back to red when the page is saved, exactly as described in Bug 8978432.
It appears that RDC is deleting and recreating the multivariate discrepancy when the page is saved. The new discrepancy is red in RDC because it now has the default status rather than the new status that was assigned to the original discrepancy. Querying the discrepancy_entries table by received_Dcm_id before and after saving the page shows that the discrepancy_entry_id and timestamps are updated.
1) Login to RDC Test Mode Admin and made sure that OPS$USER1 have only Update Privilege for OLSQA Study for Site XSS_002
2) Login to RDC Test mode as OPS$USER1
3) Select Patient X1 , select Review Discrepancy and press GO, Patient X1 has 2 discrepancies
1 - Demog (Univariate Discrepancy) (Visit 1)
1 - PE (Multivariate Discrepancy) (Visit 2)
4) Open the Demog CRF and select the discrepancy and Pick - 'Send to INV' as Action and specify comment, the field turned yellow and save.
The field remained as yellow. Check the Audit History for the discrepancy and can see that it has been Sent to Investigator for Review. Close the CRF
5) Open PE CRF and select the discrepancy and Pick - 'Send to INV' as Action and specify comment, the color turned yellow. Save and the fields turned RED again.
Check the Audit History for the discrepancy and there is NO record of it that it has been Sent to Investigator for Review.
What is the expected behavior and what is the status of the bug?
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