Note: These release notes apply to CMDP Pre-Production. Production is currently at v1.10.
Corrected error that was produced when the Reporting Period (mntrgPeriodMonth) = 12 for Chlorine and Chloramine in Distribution template tab.
In the Cryptosporidium screen the following methods have been updated:
- 1622/1623/1623.1 - Cryptosporidium in Water by
- Filtration/Immunomagnetic Separation/Immunofluorescence Assay Microscopy
A different Lab ID may now be reported for Repeat Samples. An original routine positive sample associated with one lab ID will not preclude a second lab from reporting a repeat sample associated with the original routine sample lab ID.
XML submissions now support multiple method names for the same method code, e.g., 9223B is the same code used for Colisure, Colilert and Colilert-18 method names.
For Chemicals / Radionuclides Units of Measure (UOM) values have been updated in the templates and web forms:
- 2922 (UV Absorbance) - UOM value added (nm and cm-1)
- 2923 (SUVA) - UOM value added (cm-1)
Updated Sample Result format to NUMBER (15,9) to account for the level of precision required to be reported.
Samples Out Web Service for SDWIS-free Primacy Agencies. A new web service endpoint will be provided for SDWIS-Free primacy agencies retrieve (GET) sampling data by Job ID in XML format. The endpoint will be added to the State Database ICD, available on the Help Center.
Repeat samples, in referencing an original sample, now correctly show the analyzing lab ID of the original sample, when the original sample analyzing lab is not the same as the reporting lab ID. The DSE mapping to XML Sampling has been updated to accurately reflect analyzing lab and reporting lab for repeat samples.
For the Chemicals / Radionuclides results screen, no results after the initial one would save unless it was manually done. The result now saves when tabbing out of the field.
Method-analyte pairing updates for Analyte Codes 3100, 1019 and 1915
Deployed a tool at NCC that will identify all the Organizations in NCC environments without Shared CROMERR Services (SCS) Org IDs and automatically reprocess them via SCS to generate SCS Org IDs. As a result users from the affected organizations will be able to obtain CMDP credentials in SCS and access the CMDP application.
☒ DSE war
☒ DSE Installation Instructions
☒ DSE Installation Overview Flowchart (new)
☐ CMDP LIMS ICD
☒ CMDP State Database ICD
☒ CMDP User Manual
☐ CMDP Web Service Inventory and Lab Data Dictionary
☒ CMDP Web Service Sampling XML Schema (Sampling Data Dictionary)
☒ CMDP Web Service Example Sample Data (new)