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problems logging into OpenClinica 2.0 afterupgrade

About "Enter Data" to CRFs, there is a button "Exit" just beside "Save"
button in each section of a CRF. It will bring you to active screen
immediately, although it doesn't lead you to the mainMenu page. Remember
saving your input before exit. Hope this help. Let us know what you
think after you try this.
We will discuss about age calculation and filter function.
Thank you.
Yufang

-----Original Message-----
[mailto:[email protected]] On Behalf Of Wei Guo
Sent: Thursday, February 22, 2007 2:48 PM
To: [email protected]
Subject: RE: [Users] problems logging into OpenClinica 2.0 afterupgrade
Hi,
I have a question to discuss with OpenClinica 2.0. When you login to
submit data, no matter whether a subject is new or existed, clicking
Entry Data or Continue Entry Data in Actions always makes top main
menu gray. No matter what role is assigned to a user, when MainMenu is
gray, full MainMenu(all buttons) was showed in gray. If there are many
CRFs associated in the study to input data form by form, you have to
click Back on the top of tool bar same times to go back to the page
where the mainMenu is active. Does it work as this as design for
purpose? or Is it a bug? In some case, user may only input data for a
couple of CRFs then returns back to mainMenu; if user can click one
button to go back to MainMenu, that would be much better and friendly
than they have to click Back several times to get MainMenu with active
status for further operation now. Is there any one can explain this and
make it work as we expected?
The age calculation as I asked last time, it should be a dynamic
number, which means it should calculate by Current date - birth of
date. Our users here asked me this question. The explanation from
userGroup couldn't be accepted by them because enrollment date - BOD is
static which can't tell user what age of a subject is now, at the time
they are looking data. What do you think? The current definition has any
special meaning or usage?
When do you plan to put filter function back to Extract data?
Thanks,
Wei
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Comments

  • guoweiguowei Posts: 50
    Your advice is help and it works for return back to active menu that is
    what we need. Thanks a lot. I would like to hear from you more about age
    and filter.
    Thanks,
    Wei
    >>> >>> Yufang Wang 02/22/07 5:24 PM >>>
    Hi Wei,
    About "Enter Data" to CRFs, there is a button "Exit" just beside
    "Save"
    button in each section of a CRF. It will bring you to active screen
    immediately, although it doesn't lead you to the mainMenu page.
    Remember
    saving your input before exit. Hope this help. Let us know what you
    think after you try this.
    We will discuss about age calculation and filter function.
    Thank you.
    Yufang

    -----Original Message-----
    [mailto:[email protected]] On Behalf Of Wei Guo
    Sent: Thursday, February 22, 2007 2:48 PM
    To: [email protected]
    Subject: RE: [Users] problems logging into OpenClinica 2.0
    afterupgrade
    Hi,
    I have a question to discuss with OpenClinica 2.0. When you login to
    submit data, no matter whether a subject is new or existed, clicking
    Entry Data or Continue Entry Data in Actions always makes top main
    menu gray. No matter what role is assigned to a user, when MainMenu is
    gray, full MainMenu(all buttons) was showed in gray. If there are many
    CRFs associated in the study to input data form by form, you have to
    click Back on the top of tool bar same times to go back to the page
    where the mainMenu is active. Does it work as this as design for
    purpose? or Is it a bug? In some case, user may only input data for a
    couple of CRFs then returns back to mainMenu; if user can click one
    button to go back to MainMenu, that would be much better and friendly
    than they have to click Back several times to get MainMenu with active
    status for further operation now. Is there any one can explain this
    and
    make it work as we expected?
    The age calculation as I asked last time, it should be a dynamic
    number, which means it should calculate by Current date - birth of
    date. Our users here asked me this question. The explanation from
    userGroup couldn't be accepted by them because enrollment date - BOD
    is
    static which can't tell user what age of a subject is now, at the time
    they are looking data. What do you think? The current definition has
    any
    special meaning or usage?
    When do you plan to put filter function back to Extract data?
    Thanks,
    Wei
  • We will update you about age and filter.
    Thanks,
    Yufang
    -----Original Message-----
    From: Wei Guo [mailto:[email protected]]
    Sent: Friday, February 23, 2007 9:17 AM
    To: Yufang Wang; [email protected]
    Subject: RE: [Users] problems logging into OpenClinica 2.0 afterupgrade
    Hi, Yufang,
    Your advice is help and it works for return back to active menu that is
    what we need. Thanks a lot. I would like to hear from you more about age
    and filter.
    Thanks,
    Wei
    >>> >>> Yufang Wang 02/22/07 5:24 PM >>>
    Hi Wei,
    About "Enter Data" to CRFs, there is a button "Exit" just beside
    "Save"
    button in each section of a CRF. It will bring you to active screen
    immediately, although it doesn't lead you to the mainMenu page.
    Remember
    saving your input before exit. Hope this help. Let us know what you
    think after you try this.
    We will discuss about age calculation and filter function.
    Thank you.
    Yufang

    -----Original Message-----
    [mailto:[email protected]] On Behalf Of Wei Guo
    Sent: Thursday, February 22, 2007 2:48 PM
    To: [email protected]
    Subject: RE: [Users] problems logging into OpenClinica 2.0
    afterupgrade
    Hi,
    I have a question to discuss with OpenClinica 2.0. When you login to
    submit data, no matter whether a subject is new or existed, clicking
    Entry Data or Continue Entry Data in Actions always makes top main
    menu gray. No matter what role is assigned to a user, when MainMenu is
    gray, full MainMenu(all buttons) was showed in gray. If there are many
    CRFs associated in the study to input data form by form, you have to
    click Back on the top of tool bar same times to go back to the page
    where the mainMenu is active. Does it work as this as design for
    purpose? or Is it a bug? In some case, user may only input data for a
    couple of CRFs then returns back to mainMenu; if user can click one
    button to go back to MainMenu, that would be much better and friendly
    than they have to click Back several times to get MainMenu with active
    status for further operation now. Is there any one can explain this
    and
    make it work as we expected?
    The age calculation as I asked last time, it should be a dynamic
    number, which means it should calculate by Current date - birth of
    date. Our users here asked me this question. The explanation from
    userGroup couldn't be accepted by them because enrollment date - BOD
    is
    static which can't tell user what age of a subject is now, at the time
    they are looking data. What do you think? The current definition has
    any
    special meaning or usage?
    When do you plan to put filter function back to Extract data?
    Thanks,
    Wei
  • We record subjects' ages which are ages when they participant an event
    and assessment data have been collected.
    At this point, it is not sure when we are going to implement the extract
    filter. We have a web site which lists future features and their
    development status. Users are also welcome to input features they want
    and those features will be implemented according to features'
    priorities.
    The site is http://www.openclinica.org/dokuwiki/doku.php
    Following "Public Wiki" link, you will be lead to "Future Features and
    Enhancements" link. We will appreciate you providing your requirements
    there.
    Thank you.
    Yufang

    -----Original Message-----
    From: Wei Guo [mailto:[email protected]]
    Sent: Friday, February 23, 2007 9:17 AM
    To: Yufang Wang; [email protected]
    Subject: RE: [Users] problems logging into OpenClinica 2.0 afterupgrade
    Hi, Yufang,
    Your advice is help and it works for return back to active menu that is
    what we need. Thanks a lot. I would like to hear from you more about age
    and filter.
    Thanks,
    Wei
    >>> >>> Yufang Wang 02/22/07 5:24 PM >>>
    Hi Wei,
    About "Enter Data" to CRFs, there is a button "Exit" just beside
    "Save"
    button in each section of a CRF. It will bring you to active screen
    immediately, although it doesn't lead you to the mainMenu page.
    Remember
    saving your input before exit. Hope this help. Let us know what you
    think after you try this.
    We will discuss about age calculation and filter function.
    Thank you.
    Yufang

    -----Original Message-----
    [mailto:[email protected]] On Behalf Of Wei Guo
    Sent: Thursday, February 22, 2007 2:48 PM
    To: [email protected]
    Subject: RE: [Users] problems logging into OpenClinica 2.0
    afterupgrade
    Hi,
    I have a question to discuss with OpenClinica 2.0. When you login to
    submit data, no matter whether a subject is new or existed, clicking
    Entry Data or Continue Entry Data in Actions always makes top main
    menu gray. No matter what role is assigned to a user, when MainMenu is
    gray, full MainMenu(all buttons) was showed in gray. If there are many
    CRFs associated in the study to input data form by form, you have to
    click Back on the top of tool bar same times to go back to the page
    where the mainMenu is active. Does it work as this as design for
    purpose? or Is it a bug? In some case, user may only input data for a
    couple of CRFs then returns back to mainMenu; if user can click one
    button to go back to MainMenu, that would be much better and friendly
    than they have to click Back several times to get MainMenu with active
    status for further operation now. Is there any one can explain this
    and
    make it work as we expected?
    The age calculation as I asked last time, it should be a dynamic
    number, which means it should calculate by Current date - birth of
    date. Our users here asked me this question. The explanation from
    userGroup couldn't be accepted by them because enrollment date - BOD
    is
    static which can't tell user what age of a subject is now, at the time
    they are looking data. What do you think? The current definition has
    any
    special meaning or usage?
    When do you plan to put filter function back to Extract data?
    Thanks,
    Wei
  • guoweiguowei Posts: 50
    Thank you for your help and message.
    I tried to login the site you mentioned, but it doesn't work for me. I
    don't know what problem it is. I guess the username and password to
    login it should be the same as what I used to login to OpenClinica
    wibsite. But it seems not. The information I got confuses me. Please see
    below that is snapshot I got after login:
    start]] OpenClinica

    Trace: * start
    You are here: start
    Permission Denied
    Sorry, you don*t have enough rights to continue. Perhaps you forgot
    to login?

    Logged in as: Wei Guo start.txt * Last modified: 2007/01/18 14:17 by
    ccollins
    Then login icon disappears. What is next? I can do nothing.
    Another three questions:
    1. Reassign subject function: This is very useful function in clinical
    research project. My understanding is you could reassign a subject cross
    different study or event, which means to move from one to another among
    the studies in which a user has role to touch. How to do it? What I did
    try is that click subject under manager study to get all subjects. There
    is reassign icon in Actions. Click reassign goes to Reassign Study
    Subject page where suppose to list all studies for the user to pick up,
    you should select anyone to go. In my test, what study I can see is only
    the study of current subject belongs to, no any other options can be
    selected. Is that right or not? If not, how to fix it? What did I miss
    to get it? Similar question I have is whether reassign can be done
    among the events in a study?
    2. Is there any place to setup the user password expire duration?
    3. Data entry role only can input data, but can not update data later
    on according to my test. I have to assign study coordinator role to data
    entry user so that they can do both of insert and update. Is that right
    as design purpose or do I miss something? How could I set data entry
    role for a user who can do insert new subject and update data as needed
    later?
    Thanks a lot,
    Wei
    >>> >>> Yufang Wang 03/01/07 10:06 AM >>>
    Hi, Wei,
    We record subjects' ages which are ages when they participant an event
    and assessment data have been collected.
    At this point, it is not sure when we are going to implement the
    extract
    filter. We have a web site which lists future features and their
    development status. Users are also welcome to input features they want
    and those features will be implemented according to features'
    priorities.
    The site is http://www.openclinica.org/dokuwiki/doku.php
    Following "Public Wiki" link, you will be lead to "Future Features and
    Enhancements" link. We will appreciate you providing your requirements
    there.
    Thank you.
    Yufang

    -----Original Message-----
    From: Wei Guo [mailto:[email protected]]
    Sent: Friday, February 23, 2007 9:17 AM
    To: Yufang Wang; [email protected]
    Subject: RE: [Users] problems logging into OpenClinica 2.0
    afterupgrade
    Hi, Yufang,
    Your advice is help and it works for return back to active menu that
    is
    what we need. Thanks a lot. I would like to hear from you more about
    age
    and filter.
    Thanks,
    Wei
    >>> >>> Yufang Wang 02/22/07 5:24 PM >>>
    Hi Wei,
    About "Enter Data" to CRFs, there is a button "Exit" just beside
    "Save"
    button in each section of a CRF. It will bring you to active screen
    immediately, although it doesn't lead you to the mainMenu page.
    Remember
    saving your input before exit. Hope this help. Let us know what you
    think after you try this.
    We will discuss about age calculation and filter function.
    Thank you.
    Yufang

    -----Original Message-----
    [mailto:[email protected]] On Behalf Of Wei Guo
    Sent: Thursday, February 22, 2007 2:48 PM
    To: [email protected]
    Subject: RE: [Users] problems logging into OpenClinica 2.0
    afterupgrade
    Hi,
    I have a question to discuss with OpenClinica 2.0. When you login to
    submit data, no matter whether a subject is new or existed, clicking
    Entry Data or Continue Entry Data in Actions always makes top main
    menu gray. No matter what role is assigned to a user, when MainMenu is
    gray, full MainMenu(all buttons) was showed in gray. If there are many
    CRFs associated in the study to input data form by form, you have to
    click Back on the top of tool bar same times to go back to the page
    where the mainMenu is active. Does it work as this as design for
    purpose? or Is it a bug? In some case, user may only input data for a
    couple of CRFs then returns back to mainMenu; if user can click one
    button to go back to MainMenu, that would be much better and friendly
    than they have to click Back several times to get MainMenu with active
    status for further operation now. Is there any one can explain this
    and
    make it work as we expected?
    The age calculation as I asked last time, it should be a dynamic
    number, which means it should calculate by Current date - birth of
    date. Our users here asked me this question. The explanation from
    userGroup couldn't be accepted by them because enrollment date - BOD
    is
    static which can't tell user what age of a subject is now, at the time
    they are looking data. What do you think? The current definition has
    any
    special meaning or usage?
    When do you plan to put filter function back to Extract data?
    Thanks,
    Wei
  • We will have to set up a user name and password for you so that you can
    access the New Features and Requirements pages at the Public Wiki.
    Regarding your questions:
    1. The "Reassign" button only allows you to move a subject between sites
    of the current study. We will try to make this clearer in our
    documentation.
    I agree that it would be a great feature to move and/or copy subjects
    from one study to another. That is inherently more complex, and raises
    a number of issues about dataset integrity, and restrictions based on
    the user's access rights on each study. We are addressing this
    currently, and
    2. There is a line in your datainfo.properties file called
    "passwd_expiration_time=[number of days]". Change this setting.
    3. Currently it is not possible to expand the set of actions that a data
    entry user may perform.
    Mike Sweeney
    -----Original Message-----
    [mailto:[email protected]] On Behalf Of Wei Guo
    Sent: Wednesday, March 07, 2007 10:02 AM
    To: Yufang Wang; [email protected]
    Subject: RE: [Users] problems logging into OpenClinica 2.0 afterupgrade
    Hi, Yufang,
    Thank you for your help and message.
    I tried to login to the site you mentioned, but it doesn't work for me.
    I don't know what the problem is. I guess the username and password
    should be the same as what I used to login to the OpenClinica website.
    But it seems not. The information I got confuses me. Please see below
    the snapshot I got after login:
    start]] OpenClinica

    Trace: * start
    You are here: start
    Permission Denied
    Sorry, you don*t have enough rights to continue. Perhaps you forgot to
    login?

    Logged in as: Wei Guo start.txt * Last modified: 2007/01/18 14:17 by
    ccollins
    Then login icon disappears. What is next? I can do nothing.
    Another three questions:
    1. Reassign subject function: This is a very useful function in clinical
    research projects. My understanding is you could reassign a subject from
    one study to another among
    the studies a user has access to. How do I do this? I tried clicking
    "subjects" under manage study to get all subjects. There is reassign
    icon in Actions. Click reassign goes to Reassign Study
    Subject page where suppose to list all studies for the user to pick up,
    you should select anyone to go. In my test, I can see only
    the current study that the subject belongs to, no any other options can
    be
    selected. Is that right or not? If not, how to fix it? What did I miss
    to get it? Similarly, can a subject be reassigned among the events in a
    study?
    2. Is there any place to set up the user password expire duration?
    3. Data entry role can input data, but cannot update data later
    on according to my test. I have to assign study coordinator role to the
    user so that they can do both of insert and update. Is that by design or
    did I miss something? How could I allow a data entry
    user to insert new subjects and update data as needed later?
    Thanks a lot,
    Wei
    >>> >>> Yufang Wang 03/01/07 10:06 AM >>>
    Hi, Wei,
    We record subjects' ages which are ages when they participant an event
    and assessment data have been collected.
    At this point, it is not sure when we are going to implement the
    extract
    filter. We have a web site which lists future features and their
    development status. Users are also welcome to input features they want
    and those features will be implemented according to features'
    priorities.
    The site is http://www.openclinica.org/dokuwiki/doku.php
    Following "Public Wiki" link, you will be lead to "Future Features and
    Enhancements" link. We will appreciate you providing your requirements
    there.
    Thank you.
    Yufang

    -----Original Message-----
    From: Wei Guo [mailto:[email protected]]
    Sent: Friday, February 23, 2007 9:17 AM
    To: Yufang Wang; [email protected]
    Subject: RE: [Users] problems logging into OpenClinica 2.0
    afterupgrade
    Hi, Yufang,
    Your advice is help and it works for return back to active menu that
    is
    what we need. Thanks a lot. I would like to hear from you more about
    age
    and filter.
    Thanks,
    Wei
    >>> >>> Yufang Wang 02/22/07 5:24 PM >>>
    Hi Wei,
    About "Enter Data" to CRFs, there is a button "Exit" just beside
    "Save"
    button in each section of a CRF. It will bring you to active screen
    immediately, although it doesn't lead you to the mainMenu page.
    Remember
    saving your input before exit. Hope this help. Let us know what you
    think after you try this.
    We will discuss about age calculation and filter function.
    Thank you.
    Yufang

    -----Original Message-----
    [mailto:[email protected]] On Behalf Of Wei Guo
    Sent: Thursday, February 22, 2007 2:48 PM
    To: [email protected]
    Subject: RE: [Users] problems logging into OpenClinica 2.0
    afterupgrade
    Hi,
    I have a question to discuss with OpenClinica 2.0. When you login to
    submit data, no matter whether a subject is new or existed, clicking
    Entry Data or Continue Entry Data in Actions always makes top main
    menu gray. No matter what role is assigned to a user, when MainMenu is
    gray, full MainMenu(all buttons) was showed in gray. If there are many
    CRFs associated in the study to input data form by form, you have to
    click Back on the top of tool bar same times to go back to the page
    where the mainMenu is active. Does it work as this as design for
    purpose? or Is it a bug? In some case, user may only input data for a
    couple of CRFs then returns back to mainMenu; if user can click one
    button to go back to MainMenu, that would be much better and friendly
    than they have to click Back several times to get MainMenu with active
    status for further operation now. Is there any one can explain this
    and
    make it work as we expected?
    The age calculation as I asked last time, it should be a dynamic
    number, which means it should calculate by Current date - birth of
    date. Our users here asked me this question. The explanation from
    userGroup couldn't be accepted by them because enrollment date - BOD
    is
    static which can't tell user what age of a subject is now, at the time
    they are looking data. What do you think? The current definition has
    any
    special meaning or usage?
    When do you plan to put filter function back to Extract data?
    Thanks,
    Wei
  • guoweiguowei Posts: 50
    After you setup the account for me, I can login to the Public Wiki to access the feature and index although the message I got from login page was confused. Thanks.
    Thanks for quickly giving me answers about my questions.
    1. I understand the reason and definition of reassign function as you explained. Moving a subject between studies could be more complex, could we do it by moving a subject between events in a same study? Because I think it would be much useful in research when a subject was assigned to an event (such as heart monitor), he may participate in another event (such as diabetes) at same time due to the relation in the study or he could be transfer from one to another event in the study. The study he invloves does not change, but event(s) could be changed or shared. In this way, user's study role doesn't need to change.
    2. I got it and made change for our system.
    3. OK, I can use study coordinator role for data entry user this time. It seems no difference between study coordinator and study director. If there is significant difference, please let me know.
    Thank you so much,
    Wei
    >>> >>> Michael Sweeney 03/07/07 11:46 AM >>>
    Hello, Wei,
    We will have to set up a user name and password for you so that you can
    access the New Features and Requirements pages at the Public Wiki.
    Regarding your questions:
    1. The "Reassign" button only allows you to move a subject between sites
    of the current study. We will try to make this clearer in our
    documentation.
    I agree that it would be a great feature to move and/or copy subjects
    from one study to another. That is inherently more complex, and raises
    a number of issues about dataset integrity, and restrictions based on
    the user's access rights on each study. We are addressing this
    currently, and
    2. There is a line in your datainfo.properties file called
    "passwd_expiration_time=[number of days]". Change this setting.
    3. Currently it is not possible to expand the set of actions that a data
    entry user may perform.
    Mike Sweeney
    -----Original Message-----
    [mailto:[email protected]] On Behalf Of Wei Guo
    Sent: Wednesday, March 07, 2007 10:02 AM
    To: Yufang Wang; [email protected]
    Subject: RE: [Users] problems logging into OpenClinica 2.0 afterupgrade
    Hi, Yufang,
    Thank you for your help and message.
    I tried to login to the site you mentioned, but it doesn't work for me.
    I don't know what the problem is. I guess the username and password
    should be the same as what I used to login to the OpenClinica website.
    But it seems not. The information I got confuses me. Please see below
    the snapshot I got after login:
    start]] OpenClinica

    Trace: * start
    You are here: start
    Permission Denied
    Sorry, you don*t have enough rights to continue. Perhaps you forgot to
    login?

    Logged in as: Wei Guo start.txt * Last modified: 2007/01/18 14:17 by
    ccollins
    Then login icon disappears. What is next? I can do nothing.
    Another three questions:
    1. Reassign subject function: This is a very useful function in clinical
    research projects. My understanding is you could reassign a subject from
    one study to another among
    the studies a user has access to. How do I do this? I tried clicking
    "subjects" under manage study to get all subjects. There is reassign
    icon in Actions. Click reassign goes to Reassign Study
    Subject page where suppose to list all studies for the user to pick up,
    you should select anyone to go. In my test, I can see only
    the current study that the subject belongs to, no any other options can
    be
    selected. Is that right or not? If not, how to fix it? What did I miss
    to get it? Similarly, can a subject be reassigned among the events in a
    study?
    2. Is there any place to set up the user password expire duration?
    3. Data entry role can input data, but cannot update data later
    on according to my test. I have to assign study coordinator role to the
    user so that they can do both of insert and update. Is that by design or
    did I miss something? How could I allow a data entry
    user to insert new subjects and update data as needed later?
    Thanks a lot,
    Wei
    >>> >>> Yufang Wang 03/01/07 10:06 AM >>>
    Hi, Wei,
    We record subjects' ages which are ages when they participant an event
    and assessment data have been collected.
    At this point, it is not sure when we are going to implement the
    extract
    filter. We have a web site which lists future features and their
    development status. Users are also welcome to input features they want
    and those features will be implemented according to features'
    priorities.
    The site is http://www.openclinica.org/dokuwiki/doku.php
    Following "Public Wiki" link, you will be lead to "Future Features and
    Enhancements" link. We will appreciate you providing your requirements
    there.
    Thank you.
    Yufang

    -----Original Message-----
    From: Wei Guo [mailto:[email protected]]
    Sent: Friday, February 23, 2007 9:17 AM
    To: Yufang Wang; [email protected]
    Subject: RE: [Users] problems logging into OpenClinica 2.0
    afterupgrade
    Hi, Yufang,
    Your advice is help and it works for return back to active menu that
    is
    what we need. Thanks a lot. I would like to hear from you more about
    age
    and filter.
    Thanks,
    Wei
    >>> >>> Yufang Wang 02/22/07 5:24 PM >>>
    Hi Wei,
    About "Enter Data" to CRFs, there is a button "Exit" just beside
    "Save"
    button in each section of a CRF. It will bring you to active screen
    immediately, although it doesn't lead you to the mainMenu page.
    Remember
    saving your input before exit. Hope this help. Let us know what you
    think after you try this.
    We will discuss about age calculation and filter function.
    Thank you.
    Yufang

    -----Original Message-----
    [mailto:[email protected]] On Behalf Of Wei Guo
    Sent: Thursday, February 22, 2007 2:48 PM
    To: [email protected]
    Subject: RE: [Users] problems logging into OpenClinica 2.0
    afterupgrade
    Hi,
    I have a question to discuss with OpenClinica 2.0. When you login to
    submit data, no matter whether a subject is new or existed, clicking
    Entry Data or Continue Entry Data in Actions always makes top main
    menu gray. No matter what role is assigned to a user, when MainMenu is
    gray, full MainMenu(all buttons) was showed in gray. If there are many
    CRFs associated in the study to input data form by form, you have to
    click Back on the top of tool bar same times to go back to the page
    where the mainMenu is active. Does it work as this as design for
    purpose? or Is it a bug? In some case, user may only input data for a
    couple of CRFs then returns back to mainMenu; if user can click one
    button to go back to MainMenu, that would be much better and friendly
    than they have to click Back several times to get MainMenu with active
    status for further operation now. Is there any one can explain this
    and
    make it work as we expected?
    The age calculation as I asked last time, it should be a dynamic
    number, which means it should calculate by Current date - birth of
    date. Our users here asked me this question. The explanation from
    userGroup couldn't be accepted by them because enrollment date - BOD
    is
    static which can't tell user what age of a subject is now, at the time
    they are looking data. What do you think? The current definition has
    any
    special meaning or usage?
    When do you plan to put filter function back to Extract data?
    Thanks,
    Wei
  • We'll email the account info to you privately once we've set it up.
    Regarding your questions 1 & 3;
    1. I don't understand your scenario. You can add events to the subject,
    and later decide that the subject should not complete one of them, and
    should complete another one instead. OpenClinica doesn't allow you to
    remove an event that you have added for a subject, or replace it with
    another one. You can change the status of the event you don't want to
    complete from "scheduled" to "stopped" or "skipped".
    To do this;
    a. in the "View All Subjects" screen, select "View" button in the
    "Actions" column for the subject.
    b. Locate the Event in the "Events" table and select "Edit" in Column 5
    (the "Event Actions" column).
    c. Change the value in the "Status" dropdown list, and click "Submit
    Changes".
    3. Study Director and Study Coordinator are effectively identical for
    now. As we add more functionality into OpenClinica, we anticipate that
    "Study Director" will be given more of these higher-level privileges.
    Mike Sweeney
    -----Original Message-----
    From: Wei Guo [mailto:[email protected]]
    Sent: Wednesday, March 07, 2007 12:28 PM
    To: Michael Sweeney; [email protected]
    Subject: RE: [Users] problems logging into OpenClinica 2.0 afterupgrade
    Hi, Mike,
    After you setup the account for me, I can login to the Public Wiki to
    access the feature and index although the message I got from login page
    was confused. Thanks.
    Thanks for quickly giving me answers about my questions.
    1. I understand the reason and definition of reassign function as you
    explained. Moving a subject between studies could be more complex. Could
    we move a subject between events in the same study? It would be useful
    in cases when a subject was assigned to one event (such as heart
    monitor), he may participate in another event (such as diabetes) at the
    same time due to the relation in the study or he could be transferred
    from one to another event in the study. The study does not change, but
    event(s) could be changed or shared. In this way, user's study role
    doesn't need to change.
    2. I got it and made change for our system.
    3. OK, I can use study coordinator role for data entry user this time.
    It seems no difference between study coordinator and study director. If
    there is significant difference, please let me know.
    Thank you so much,
    Wei
    >>> >>> Michael Sweeney 03/07/07 11:46 AM >>>
    Hello, Wei,
    We will have to set up a user name and password for you so that you can
    access the New Features and Requirements pages at the Public Wiki.
    Regarding your questions:
    1. The "Reassign" button only allows you to move a subject between sites
    of the current study. We will try to make this clearer in our
    documentation.
    I agree that it would be a great feature to move and/or copy subjects
    from one study to another. That is inherently more complex, and raises
    a number of issues about dataset integrity, and restrictions based on
    the user's access rights on each study. We are addressing this
    currently, and
    2. There is a line in your datainfo.properties file called
    "passwd_expiration_time=[number of days]". Change this setting.
    3. Currently it is not possible to expand the set of actions that a data
    entry user may perform.
    Mike Sweeney
    -----Original Message-----
    [mailto:[email protected]] On Behalf Of Wei Guo
    Sent: Wednesday, March 07, 2007 10:02 AM
    To: Yufang Wang; [email protected]
    Subject: RE: [Users] problems logging into OpenClinica 2.0 afterupgrade
    Hi, Yufang,
    Thank you for your help and message.
    I tried to login to the site you mentioned, but it doesn't work for me.
    I don't know what the problem is. I guess the username and password
    should be the same as what I used to login to the OpenClinica website.
    But it seems not. The information I got confuses me. Please see below
    the snapshot I got after login:
    start]] OpenClinica

    Trace: * start
    You are here: start
    Permission Denied
    Sorry, you don*t have enough rights to continue. Perhaps you forgot to
    login?

    Logged in as: Wei Guo start.txt * Last modified: 2007/01/18 14:17 by
    ccollins
    Then login icon disappears. What is next? I can do nothing.
    Another three questions:
    1. Reassign subject function: This is a very useful function in clinical
    research projects. My understanding is you could reassign a subject from
    one study to another among
    the studies a user has access to. How do I do this? I tried clicking
    "subjects" under manage study to get all subjects. There is reassign
    icon in Actions. Click reassign goes to Reassign Study
    Subject page where suppose to list all studies for the user to pick up,
    you should select anyone to go. In my test, I can see only
    the current study that the subject belongs to, no any other options can
    be
    selected. Is that right or not? If not, how to fix it? What did I miss
    to get it? Similarly, can a subject be reassigned among the events in a
    study?
    2. Is there any place to set up the user password expire duration?
    3. Data entry role can input data, but cannot update data later
    on according to my test. I have to assign study coordinator role to the
    user so that they can do both of insert and update. Is that by design or
    did I miss something? How could I allow a data entry
    user to insert new subjects and update data as needed later?
    Thanks a lot,
    Wei
    >>> >>> Yufang Wang 03/01/07 10:06 AM >>>
    Hi, Wei,
    We record subjects' ages which are ages when they participant an event
    and assessment data have been collected.
    At this point, it is not sure when we are going to implement the
    extract
    filter. We have a web site which lists future features and their
    development status. Users are also welcome to input features they want
    and those features will be implemented according to features'
    priorities.
    The site is http://www.openclinica.org/dokuwiki/doku.php
    Following "Public Wiki" link, you will be lead to "Future Features and
    Enhancements" link. We will appreciate you providing your requirements
    there.
    Thank you.
    Yufang

    -----Original Message-----
    From: Wei Guo [mailto:[email protected]]
    Sent: Friday, February 23, 2007 9:17 AM
    To: Yufang Wang; [email protected]
    Subject: RE: [Users] problems logging into OpenClinica 2.0
    afterupgrade
    Hi, Yufang,
    Your advice is help and it works for return back to active menu that
    is
    what we need. Thanks a lot. I would like to hear from you more about
    age
    and filter.
    Thanks,
    Wei
    >>> >>> Yufang Wang 02/22/07 5:24 PM >>>
    Hi Wei,
    About "Enter Data" to CRFs, there is a button "Exit" just beside
    "Save"
    button in each section of a CRF. It will bring you to active screen
    immediately, although it doesn't lead you to the mainMenu page.
    Remember
    saving your input before exit. Hope this help. Let us know what you
    think after you try this.
    We will discuss about age calculation and filter function.
    Thank you.
    Yufang

    -----Original Message-----
    [mailto:[email protected]] On Behalf Of Wei Guo
    Sent: Thursday, February 22, 2007 2:48 PM
    To: [email protected]
    Subject: RE: [Users] problems logging into OpenClinica 2.0
    afterupgrade
    Hi,
    I have a question to discuss with OpenClinica 2.0. When you login to
    submit data, no matter whether a subject is new or existed, clicking
    Entry Data or Continue Entry Data in Actions always makes top main
    menu gray. No matter what role is assigned to a user, when MainMenu is
    gray, full MainMenu(all buttons) was showed in gray. If there are many
    CRFs associated in the study to input data form by form, you have to
    click Back on the top of tool bar same times to go back to the page
    where the mainMenu is active. Does it work as this as design for
    purpose? or Is it a bug? In some case, user may only input data for a
    couple of CRFs then returns back to mainMenu; if user can click one
    button to go back to MainMenu, that would be much better and friendly
    than they have to click Back several times to get MainMenu with active
    status for further operation now. Is there any one can explain this
    and
    make it work as we expected?
    The age calculation as I asked last time, it should be a dynamic
    number, which means it should calculate by Current date - birth of
    date. Our users here asked me this question. The explanation from
    userGroup couldn't be accepted by them because enrollment date - BOD
    is
    static which can't tell user what age of a subject is now, at the time
    they are looking data. What do you think? The current definition has
    any
    special meaning or usage?
    When do you plan to put filter function back to Extract data?
    Thanks,
    Wei
  • There are a couple of ways to associate your subjects with event
    definitions.
    1. for any subject
    Submit Data > Add New Study Event will lead you to a page where you
    could choose your subject and study event definition.
    2. for a particular subject
    Submit data > View All Subjects > Action icon > Add new event (on right
    up corner or Events table)
    Or
    Manage Study > Subjects > View (Action icon) > Add new event (on right
    up corner or Events table)
    If you want to change your password for public wiki, after you login, at
    bottom of page, there is button named "Update Profile" for you to do so.
    Thanks,
    Yufang

    -----Original Message-----
    [mailto:[email protected]] On Behalf Of Michael Sweeney
    Sent: Wednesday, March 07, 2007 1:02 PM
    To: Wei Guo; [email protected]
    Subject: RE: [Users] problems logging into OpenClinica 2.0 afterupgrade
    Hi, Wei,
    We'll email the account info to you privately once we've set it up.
    Regarding your questions 1 & 3;
    1. I don't understand your scenario. You can add events to the subject,
    and later decide that the subject should not complete one of them, and
    should complete another one instead. OpenClinica doesn't allow you to
    remove an event that you have added for a subject, or replace it with
    another one. You can change the status of the event you don't want to
    complete from "scheduled" to "stopped" or "skipped".
    To do this;
    a. in the "View All Subjects" screen, select "View" button in the
    "Actions" column for the subject.
    b. Locate the Event in the "Events" table and select "Edit" in Column 5
    (the "Event Actions" column).
    c. Change the value in the "Status" dropdown list, and click "Submit
    Changes".
    3. Study Director and Study Coordinator are effectively identical for
    now. As we add more functionality into OpenClinica, we anticipate that
    "Study Director" will be given more of these higher-level privileges.
    Mike Sweeney
    -----Original Message-----
    From: Wei Guo [mailto:[email protected]]
    Sent: Wednesday, March 07, 2007 12:28 PM
    To: Michael Sweeney; [email protected]
    Subject: RE: [Users] problems logging into OpenClinica 2.0 afterupgrade
    Hi, Mike,
    After you setup the account for me, I can login to the Public Wiki to
    access the feature and index although the message I got from login page
    was confused. Thanks.
    Thanks for quickly giving me answers about my questions.
    1. I understand the reason and definition of reassign function as you
    explained. Moving a subject between studies could be more complex. Could
    we move a subject between events in the same study? It would be useful
    in cases when a subject was assigned to one event (such as heart
    monitor), he may participate in another event (such as diabetes) at the
    same time due to the relation in the study or he could be transferred
    from one to another event in the study. The study does not change, but
    event(s) could be changed or shared. In this way, user's study role
    doesn't need to change.
    2. I got it and made change for our system.
    3. OK, I can use study coordinator role for data entry user this time.
    It seems no difference between study coordinator and study director. If
    there is significant difference, please let me know.
    Thank you so much,
    Wei
    >>> >>> Michael Sweeney 03/07/07 11:46 AM >>>
    Hello, Wei,
    We will have to set up a user name and password for you so that you can
    access the New Features and Requirements pages at the Public Wiki.
    Regarding your questions:
    1. The "Reassign" button only allows you to move a subject between sites
    of the current study. We will try to make this clearer in our
    documentation.
    I agree that it would be a great feature to move and/or copy subjects
    from one study to another. That is inherently more complex, and raises
    a number of issues about dataset integrity, and restrictions based on
    the user's access rights on each study. We are addressing this
    currently, and
    2. There is a line in your datainfo.properties file called
    "passwd_expiration_time=[number of days]". Change this setting.
    3. Currently it is not possible to expand the set of actions that a data
    entry user may perform.
    Mike Sweeney
    -----Original Message-----
    [mailto:[email protected]] On Behalf Of Wei Guo
    Sent: Wednesday, March 07, 2007 10:02 AM
    To: Yufang Wang; [email protected]
    Subject: RE: [Users] problems logging into OpenClinica 2.0 afterupgrade
    Hi, Yufang,
    Thank you for your help and message.
    I tried to login to the site you mentioned, but it doesn't work for me.
    I don't know what the problem is. I guess the username and password
    should be the same as what I used to login to the OpenClinica website.
    But it seems not. The information I got confuses me. Please see below
    the snapshot I got after login:
    start]] OpenClinica

    Trace: * start
    You are here: start
    Permission Denied
    Sorry, you don*t have enough rights to continue. Perhaps you forgot to
    login?

    Logged in as: Wei Guo start.txt * Last modified: 2007/01/18 14:17 by
    ccollins
    Then login icon disappears. What is next? I can do nothing.
    Another three questions:
    1. Reassign subject function: This is a very useful function in clinical
    research projects. My understanding is you could reassign a subject from
    one study to another among
    the studies a user has access to. How do I do this? I tried clicking
    "subjects" under manage study to get all subjects. There is reassign
    icon in Actions. Click reassign goes to Reassign Study
    Subject page where suppose to list all studies for the user to pick up,
    you should select anyone to go. In my test, I can see only
    the current study that the subject belongs to, no any other options can
    be
    selected. Is that right or not? If not, how to fix it? What did I miss
    to get it? Similarly, can a subject be reassigned among the events in a
    study?
    2. Is there any place to set up the user password expire duration?
    3. Data entry role can input data, but cannot update data later
    on according to my test. I have to assign study coordinator role to the
    user so that they can do both of insert and update. Is that by design or
    did I miss something? How could I allow a data entry
    user to insert new subjects and update data as needed later?
    Thanks a lot,
    Wei
    >>> >>> Yufang Wang 03/01/07 10:06 AM >>>
    Hi, Wei,
    We record subjects' ages which are ages when they participant an event
    and assessment data have been collected.
    At this point, it is not sure when we are going to implement the
    extract
    filter. We have a web site which lists future features and their
    development status. Users are also welcome to input features they want
    and those features will be implemented according to features'
    priorities.
    The site is http://www.openclinica.org/dokuwiki/doku.php
    Following "Public Wiki" link, you will be lead to "Future Features and
    Enhancements" link. We will appreciate you providing your requirements
    there.
    Thank you.
    Yufang

    -----Original Message-----
    From: Wei Guo [mailto:[email protected]]
    Sent: Friday, February 23, 2007 9:17 AM
    To: Yufang Wang; [email protected]
    Subject: RE: [Users] problems logging into OpenClinica 2.0
    afterupgrade
    Hi, Yufang,
    Your advice is help and it works for return back to active menu that
    is
    what we need. Thanks a lot. I would like to hear from you more about
    age
    and filter.
    Thanks,
    Wei
    >>> >>> Yufang Wang 02/22/07 5:24 PM >>>
    Hi Wei,
    About "Enter Data" to CRFs, there is a button "Exit" just beside
    "Save"
    button in each section of a CRF. It will bring you to active screen
    immediately, although it doesn't lead you to the mainMenu page.
    Remember
    saving your input before exit. Hope this help. Let us know what you
    think after you try this.
    We will discuss about age calculation and filter function.
    Thank you.
    Yufang

    -----Original Message-----
    [mailto:[email protected]] On Behalf Of Wei Guo
    Sent: Thursday, February 22, 2007 2:48 PM
    To: [email protected]
    Subject: RE: [Users] problems logging into OpenClinica 2.0
    afterupgrade
    Hi,
    I have a question to discuss with OpenClinica 2.0. When you login to
    submit data, no matter whether a subject is new or existed, clicking
    Entry Data or Continue Entry Data in Actions always makes top main
    menu gray. No matter what role is assigned to a user, when MainMenu is
    gray, full MainMenu(all buttons) was showed in gray. If there are many
    CRFs associated in the study to input data form by form, you have to
    click Back on the top of tool bar same times to go back to the page
    where the mainMenu is active. Does it work as this as design for
    purpose? or Is it a bug? In some case, user may only input data for a
    couple of CRFs then returns back to mainMenu; if user can click one
    button to go back to MainMenu, that would be much better and friendly
    than they have to click Back several times to get MainMenu with active
    status for further operation now. Is there any one can explain this
    and
    make it work as we expected?
    The age calculation as I asked last time, it should be a dynamic
    number, which means it should calculate by Current date - birth of
    date. Our users here asked me this question. The explanation from
    userGroup couldn't be accepted by them because enrollment date - BOD
    is
    static which can't tell user what age of a subject is now, at the time
    they are looking data. What do you think? The current definition has
    any
    special meaning or usage?
    When do you plan to put filter function back to Extract data?
    Thanks,
    Wei
  • mcoynemcoyne Posts: 20
    It is an interesting requirement that you propose in item #1. I would like
    to understand it a little more.
    Scenario:
    1. Researcher r had created a study s with 3 event definition (note that
    this is definition, it is NOT an instance of the events):
    a. event e1 -- measure and record blood pressure weekly, once a week
    b. event e2 -- measure and record EKG weekly, once a week
    c. event e3 -- measure sugar level in blood weekly, once a week
    2. Now the researcher r (could be r-prime) would like to create a study
    s-prime, and would be able to do the following:
    a. create study s-prime
    b. Use study s as template -- to copy *all* event definitions over to
    s-prime
    c. researcher r then will fine tune (delete event e2, add event e4) on
    his/her study s-prime later
    Does the above scenario describe what you alluded in item #1 of your recent
    e-mail?
    -----Original Message-----
    On Behalf Of Wei Guo
    Sent: Wednesday, March 07, 2007 12:28 PM
    To: [email protected]; [email protected]
    Subject: RE: [Users] problems logging into OpenClinica 2.0 afterupgrade
    Hi, Mike,
    After you setup the account for me, I can login to the Public Wiki to access
    the feature and index although the message I got from login page was
    confused. Thanks.
    Thanks for quickly giving me answers about my questions.
    1. I understand the reason and definition of reassign function as you
    explained. Moving a subject between studies could be more complex, could we
    do it by moving a subject between events in a same study? Because I think it
    would be much useful in research when a subject was assigned to an event
    (such as heart monitor), he may participate in another event (such as
    diabetes) at same time due to the relation in the study or he could be
    transfer from one to another event in the study. The study he invloves does
    not change, but event(s) could be changed or shared. In this way, user's
    study role doesn't need to change.
    2. I got it and made change for our system.
    3. OK, I can use study coordinator role for data entry user this time. It
    seems no difference between study coordinator and study director. If there
    is significant difference, please let me know.
    Thank you so much,
    Wei
    >>> >>> Michael Sweeney 03/07/07 11:46 AM >>>
    Hello, Wei,
    We will have to set up a user name and password for you so that you can
    access the New Features and Requirements pages at the Public Wiki.
    Regarding your questions:
    1. The "Reassign" button only allows you to move a subject between sites
    of the current study. We will try to make this clearer in our
    documentation.
    I agree that it would be a great feature to move and/or copy subjects
    from one study to another. That is inherently more complex, and raises
    a number of issues about dataset integrity, and restrictions based on
    the user's access rights on each study. We are addressing this
    currently, and
    2. There is a line in your datainfo.properties file called
    "passwd_expiration_time=[number of days]". Change this setting.
    3. Currently it is not possible to expand the set of actions that a data
    entry user may perform.
    Mike Sweeney
    -----Original Message-----
    [mailto:[email protected]] On Behalf Of Wei Guo
    Sent: Wednesday, March 07, 2007 10:02 AM
    To: Yufang Wang; [email protected]
    Subject: RE: [Users] problems logging into OpenClinica 2.0 afterupgrade
    Hi, Yufang,
    Thank you for your help and message.
    I tried to login to the site you mentioned, but it doesn't work for me.
    I don't know what the problem is. I guess the username and password
    should be the same as what I used to login to the OpenClinica website.
    But it seems not. The information I got confuses me. Please see below
    the snapshot I got after login:
    start]] OpenClinica

    Trace: * start
    You are here: start
    Permission Denied
    Sorry, you don*t have enough rights to continue. Perhaps you forgot to
    login?

    Logged in as: Wei Guo start.txt * Last modified: 2007/01/18 14:17 by
    ccollins
    Then login icon disappears. What is next? I can do nothing.
    Another three questions:
    1. Reassign subject function: This is a very useful function in clinical
    research projects. My understanding is you could reassign a subject from
    one study to another among
    the studies a user has access to. How do I do this? I tried clicking
    "subjects" under manage study to get all subjects. There is reassign
    icon in Actions. Click reassign goes to Reassign Study
    Subject page where suppose to list all studies for the user to pick up,
    you should select anyone to go. In my test, I can see only
    the current study that the subject belongs to, no any other options can
    be
    selected. Is that right or not? If not, how to fix it? What did I miss
    to get it? Similarly, can a subject be reassigned among the events in a
    study?
    2. Is there any place to set up the user password expire duration?
    3. Data entry role can input data, but cannot update data later
    on according to my test. I have to assign study coordinator role to the
    user so that they can do both of insert and update. Is that by design or
    did I miss something? How could I allow a data entry
    user to insert new subjects and update data as needed later?
    Thanks a lot,
    Wei
    >>> >>> Yufang Wang 03/01/07 10:06 AM >>>
    Hi, Wei,
    We record subjects' ages which are ages when they participant an event
    and assessment data have been collected.
    At this point, it is not sure when we are going to implement the
    extract
    filter. We have a web site which lists future features and their
    development status. Users are also welcome to input features they want
    and those features will be implemented according to features'
    priorities.
    The site is http://www.openclinica.org/dokuwiki/doku.php
    Following "Public Wiki" link, you will be lead to "Future Features and
    Enhancements" link. We will appreciate you providing your requirements
    there.
    Thank you.
    Yufang

    -----Original Message-----
    From: Wei Guo [mailto:[email protected]]
    Sent: Friday, February 23, 2007 9:17 AM
    To: Yufang Wang; [email protected]
    Subject: RE: [Users] problems logging into OpenClinica 2.0
    afterupgrade
    Hi, Yufang,
    Your advice is help and it works for return back to active menu that
    is
    what we need. Thanks a lot. I would like to hear from you more about
    age
    and filter.
    Thanks,
    Wei
    >>> >>> Yufang Wang 02/22/07 5:24 PM >>>
    Hi Wei,
    About "Enter Data" to CRFs, there is a button "Exit" just beside
    "Save"
    button in each section of a CRF. It will bring you to active screen
    immediately, although it doesn't lead you to the mainMenu page.
    Remember
    saving your input before exit. Hope this help. Let us know what you
    think after you try this.
    We will discuss about age calculation and filter function.
    Thank you.
    Yufang

    -----Original Message-----
    [mailto:[email protected]] On Behalf Of Wei Guo
    Sent: Thursday, February 22, 2007 2:48 PM
    To: [email protected]
    Subject: RE: [Users] problems logging into OpenClinica 2.0
    afterupgrade
    Hi,
    I have a question to discuss with OpenClinica 2.0. When you login to
    submit data, no matter whether a subject is new or existed, clicking
    Entry Data or Continue Entry Data in Actions always makes top main
    menu gray. No matter what role is assigned to a user, when MainMenu is
    gray, full MainMenu(all buttons) was showed in gray. If there are many
    CRFs associated in the study to input data form by form, you have to
    click Back on the top of tool bar same times to go back to the page
    where the mainMenu is active. Does it work as this as design for
    purpose? or Is it a bug? In some case, user may only input data for a
    couple of CRFs then returns back to mainMenu; if user can click one
    button to go back to MainMenu, that would be much better and friendly
    than they have to click Back several times to get MainMenu with active
    status for further operation now. Is there any one can explain this
    and
    make it work as we expected?
    The age calculation as I asked last time, it should be a dynamic
    number, which means it should calculate by Current date - birth of
    date. Our users here asked me this question. The explanation from
    userGroup couldn't be accepted by them because enrollment date - BOD
    is
    static which can't tell user what age of a subject is now, at the time
    they are looking data. What do you think? The current definition has
    any
    special meaning or usage?
    When do you plan to put filter function back to Extract data?
    Thanks,
    Wei
  • guoweiguowei Posts: 50
    Your message has a lot of help to conduct my question to solution and do what I want to do. In the way you mentioned in 2 can do the job to reassign a existing subject to different event in a study.
    Thank you very much!
    Wei
    >>> >>> Yufang Wang 03/07/07 1:29 PM >>>
    Wei,
    There are a couple of ways to associate your subjects with event
    definitions.
    1. for any subject
    Submit Data > Add New Study Event will lead you to a page where you
    could choose your subject and study event definition.
    2. for a particular subject
    Submit data > View All Subjects > Action icon > Add new event (on right
    up corner or Events table)
    Or
    Manage Study > Subjects > View (Action icon) > Add new event (on right
    up corner or Events table)
    If you want to change your password for public wiki, after you login, at
    bottom of page, there is button named "Update Profile" for you to do so.
    Thanks,
    Yufang

    -----Original Message-----
    [mailto:[email protected]] On Behalf Of Michael Sweeney
    Sent: Wednesday, March 07, 2007 1:02 PM
    To: Wei Guo; [email protected]
    Subject: RE: [Users] problems logging into OpenClinica 2.0 afterupgrade
    Hi, Wei,
    We'll email the account info to you privately once we've set it up.
    Regarding your questions 1 & 3;
    1. I don't understand your scenario. You can add events to the subject,
    and later decide that the subject should not complete one of them, and
    should complete another one instead. OpenClinica doesn't allow you to
    remove an event that you have added for a subject, or replace it with
    another one. You can change the status of the event you don't want to
    complete from "scheduled" to "stopped" or "skipped".
    To do this;
    a. in the "View All Subjects" screen, select "View" button in the
    "Actions" column for the subject.
    b. Locate the Event in the "Events" table and select "Edit" in Column 5
    (the "Event Actions" column).
    c. Change the value in the "Status" dropdown list, and click "Submit
    Changes".
    3. Study Director and Study Coordinator are effectively identical for
    now. As we add more functionality into OpenClinica, we anticipate that
    "Study Director" will be given more of these higher-level privileges.
    Mike Sweeney
    -----Original Message-----
    From: Wei Guo [mailto:[email protected]]
    Sent: Wednesday, March 07, 2007 12:28 PM
    To: Michael Sweeney; [email protected]
    Subject: RE: [Users] problems logging into OpenClinica 2.0 afterupgrade
    Hi, Mike,
    After you setup the account for me, I can login to the Public Wiki to
    access the feature and index although the message I got from login page
    was confused. Thanks.
    Thanks for quickly giving me answers about my questions.
    1. I understand the reason and definition of reassign function as you
    explained. Moving a subject between studies could be more complex. Could
    we move a subject between events in the same study? It would be useful
    in cases when a subject was assigned to one event (such as heart
    monitor), he may participate in another event (such as diabetes) at the
    same time due to the relation in the study or he could be transferred
    from one to another event in the study. The study does not change, but
    event(s) could be changed or shared. In this way, user's study role
    doesn't need to change.
    2. I got it and made change for our system.
    3. OK, I can use study coordinator role for data entry user this time.
    It seems no difference between study coordinator and study director. If
    there is significant difference, please let me know.
    Thank you so much,
    Wei
    >>> >>> Michael Sweeney 03/07/07 11:46 AM >>>
    Hello, Wei,
    We will have to set up a user name and password for you so that you can
    access the New Features and Requirements pages at the Public Wiki.
    Regarding your questions:
    1. The "Reassign" button only allows you to move a subject between sites
    of the current study. We will try to make this clearer in our
    documentation.
    I agree that it would be a great feature to move and/or copy subjects
    from one study to another. That is inherently more complex, and raises
    a number of issues about dataset integrity, and restrictions based on
    the user's access rights on each study. We are addressing this
    currently, and
    2. There is a line in your datainfo.properties file called
    "passwd_expiration_time=[number of days]". Change this setting.
    3. Currently it is not possible to expand the set of actions that a data
    entry user may perform.
    Mike Sweeney
    -----Original Message-----
    [mailto:[email protected]] On Behalf Of Wei Guo
    Sent: Wednesday, March 07, 2007 10:02 AM
    To: Yufang Wang; [email protected]
    Subject: RE: [Users] problems logging into OpenClinica 2.0 afterupgrade
    Hi, Yufang,
    Thank you for your help and message.
    I tried to login to the site you mentioned, but it doesn't work for me.
    I don't know what the problem is. I guess the username and password
    should be the same as what I used to login to the OpenClinica website.
    But it seems not. The information I got confuses me. Please see below
    the snapshot I got after login:
    start]] OpenClinica

    Trace: * start
    You are here: start
    Permission Denied
    Sorry, you don*t have enough rights to continue. Perhaps you forgot to
    login?

    Logged in as: Wei Guo start.txt * Last modified: 2007/01/18 14:17 by
    ccollins
    Then login icon disappears. What is next? I can do nothing.
    Another three questions:
    1. Reassign subject function: This is a very useful function in clinical
    research projects. My understanding is you could reassign a subject from
    one study to another among
    the studies a user has access to. How do I do this? I tried clicking
    "subjects" under manage study to get all subjects. There is reassign
    icon in Actions. Click reassign goes to Reassign Study
    Subject page where suppose to list all studies for the user to pick up,
    you should select anyone to go. In my test, I can see only
    the current study that the subject belongs to, no any other options can
    be
    selected. Is that right or not? If not, how to fix it? What did I miss
    to get it? Similarly, can a subject be reassigned among the events in a
    study?
    2. Is there any place to set up the user password expire duration?
    3. Data entry role can input data, but cannot update data later
    on according to my test. I have to assign study coordinator role to the
    user so that they can do both of insert and update. Is that by design or
    did I miss something? How could I allow a data entry
    user to insert new subjects and update data as needed later?
    Thanks a lot,
    Wei
    >>> >>> Yufang Wang 03/01/07 10:06 AM >>>
    Hi, Wei,
    We record subjects' ages which are ages when they participant an event
    and assessment data have been collected.
    At this point, it is not sure when we are going to implement the
    extract
    filter. We have a web site which lists future features and their
    development status. Users are also welcome to input features they want
    and those features will be implemented according to features'
    priorities.
    The site is http://www.openclinica.org/dokuwiki/doku.php
    Following "Public Wiki" link, you will be lead to "Future Features and
    Enhancements" link. We will appreciate you providing your requirements
    there.
    Thank you.
    Yufang

    -----Original Message-----
    From: Wei Guo [mailto:[email protected]]
    Sent: Friday, February 23, 2007 9:17 AM
    To: Yufang Wang; [email protected]
    Subject: RE: [Users] problems logging into OpenClinica 2.0
    afterupgrade
    Hi, Yufang,
    Your advice is help and it works for return back to active menu that
    is
    what we need. Thanks a lot. I would like to hear from you more about
    age
    and filter.
    Thanks,
    Wei
    >>> >>> Yufang Wang 02/22/07 5:24 PM >>>
    Hi Wei,
    About "Enter Data" to CRFs, there is a button "Exit" just beside
    "Save"
    button in each section of a CRF. It will bring you to active screen
    immediately, although it doesn't lead you to the mainMenu page.
    Remember
    saving your input before exit. Hope this help. Let us know what you
    think after you try this.
    We will discuss about age calculation and filter function.
    Thank you.
    Yufang

    -----Original Message-----
    [mailto:[email protected]] On Behalf Of Wei Guo
    Sent: Thursday, February 22, 2007 2:48 PM
    To: [email protected]
    Subject: RE: [Users] problems logging into OpenClinica 2.0
    afterupgrade
    Hi,
    I have a question to discuss with OpenClinica 2.0. When you login to
    submit data, no matter whether a subject is new or existed, clicking
    Entry Data or Continue Entry Data in Actions always makes top main
    menu gray. No matter what role is assigned to a user, when MainMenu is
    gray, full MainMenu(all buttons) was showed in gray. If there are many
    CRFs associated in the study to input data form by form, you have to
    click Back on the top of tool bar same times to go back to the page
    where the mainMenu is active. Does it work as this as design for
    purpose? or Is it a bug? In some case, user may only input data for a
    couple of CRFs then returns back to mainMenu; if user can click one
    button to go back to MainMenu, that would be much better and friendly
    than they have to click Back several times to get MainMenu with active
    status for further operation now. Is there any one can explain this
    and
    make it work as we expected?
    The age calculation as I asked last time, it should be a dynamic
    number, which means it should calculate by Current date - birth of
    date. Our users here asked me this question. The explanation from
    userGroup couldn't be accepted by them because enrollment date - BOD
    is
    static which can't tell user what age of a subject is now, at the time
    they are looking data. What do you think? The current definition has
    any
    special meaning or usage?
    When do you plan to put filter function back to Extract data?
    Thanks,
    Wei
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