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sorting by Secondary ID

Is anyone able to sort subjects by secondary Id on the Subject matrix?
It will allow me to filter but does not return the expected result.
Brian Dyer
Johns Hopkins School of Public Health

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  • haenselhaensel Posts: 602 ✭✭✭
    No. For me the sorting just works for the subject id. If you meant the filtering function, there has been a thread on this (see [1], [2]) on this.
    Regards,
    Christian
    [1] http://www.openclinica.org/pipermail/developers/2009-December/001358.html
    [2] http://www.openclinica.org/pipermail/developers/2009-December/001359.html
    Am 29.01.2010 15:59, schrieb Dyer, Brian:
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    > Is anyone able to sort subjects by secondary Id on the Subject matrix?
    >
    > It will allow me to filter but does not return the expected result.
    >
    > Brian Dyer
    >
    > Johns Hopkins School of Public Health
    >
    >
  • rwattsrwatts Posts: 102
    We have a study with 10,000 subjects that uses secondary IDs. It sorts and filters by secondary ID without ant problems.

    What is annoying is that you hit ‘show more’ to see the secondary ID and then after you sort it reverts to the original display so you have to hit ‘show more’ again. We do have a problem filtering by subject status – it gives us the error page.

    Rick Watts B.Sc, FICR, CSci
    Team Lead, Clinical Research Informatics Core
    Women & Children's Health Research Institute
    University of Alberta
    1047 RTF, 8308 114 Street
    Edmonton, AB Canada T6G 2V2
    Tel: (780) 248 1170
    Fax: (780) 407 1982
    http://wchri-dev.srv.ualberta.ca/clinicalResearchInformatics
    Sent: January 29, 2010 7:59 AM
    To: [email protected]
    Subject: [Users] sorting by Secondary ID

    Is anyone able to sort subjects by secondary Id on the Subject matrix?
    It will allow me to filter but does not return the expected result.
    Brian Dyer
    Johns Hopkins School of Public Health
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