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UCUM Units Case Sensitive Not Recognized By CFG_M2 Table For E2b R3 Xml Reports (Doc ID 2596226.1)

Last updated on OCTOBER 14, 2019

Applies to:

Oracle Argus Safety - Version 8.1.2 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.


Problem Summary
UCUM units case sensitive not recognized by CFG_M2 table for e2b R3 xml reports

Problem Description
In generating E2b R3 xml reports, user observed that the UCUM units are case sensitive (codes). For example in the UCUM codelist, 'h' represents 'Hour' which is applicable for Lab test unit. 'H' represents 'Hertz' as a lab test unit. Following are more examples of Lab test units which are found in the CFG_M2 table:




When the actual report is created and reviewed in a decoded output, for example, an eVAERS draft report, only the upper case coded value is present.

For example in the attached .pdf file which captures a replication of the customer's issue code, in field F.r.3.3, 's' which should show 'seconds' instead displays 'Siemens'. Code 'S' correctly displays 'Siemens'. Since the data stored in the CFG_M2 table and collected via UI allows the code to be case sensitive, the displayed values in the decoded output should also show the correct coded value.


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