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TTHM/HAA5 Operational Data - Multiple Issues Related to the Reporting Lab ID Field

5/14/2020

When reporting TTHM/HAA5 Operational Data, there are multiple issues related to the Reporting Lab ID field.  Please ensure that the Reporting Lab ID field is populated to prevent DSE failures. 

  • If the Reporting Lab ID is not populated, CMDP will not be able to generate the XML file for the DSE to download and the DSE process will fail (there will be a “Response error::400-400" error in their DSE log) and sample jobs will stop downloading.  If this happens, the CMDP Support Team will need to run a script to populate the Reporting Laboratory ID field.  This has been identified as a bug and has been added to the CMDP backlog for prioritization. 

 

  • There is a discrepancy between what is a required field on the user interface and what is required for CMDP to generate the XML file for download by the DSE.  On the user interface, when entering TTHM/HAA5 operational data, the field Reporting Laboratory ID is not indicated to be required, and the validation checks do not enforce it to be required, however, if Reporting Laboratory ID is not populated, CMDP will not be able to generate the XML file for the DSE to download and the DSE process will fail. This has been identified as a bug and has been added to the CMDP backlog for prioritization. 

 

  • The Operational Data template indicates the Reporting Laboratory ID as a required field, but the template does not enforce that requirement.   This has been identified as a bug and has been added to the CMDP backlog for prioritization. 

 

  • When a user logged in with a laboratory role is entering data, the Reporting Laboratory ID field is prepopulated with their Lab ID, but when the TTHM/HAA5 operational data is being populated by a user with a water system role, the Reporting Lab ID is not prepopulated and must be populated by the user.  This is a training issue until the above mentioned issues are addressed.  
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