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Running large volumes of rules in batch?

My current study in OpenClinica has just under 1000 rules.

There does not seem anyway to run these in true batch mode i.e run them all in one go without submitting them individually.

Is there a true batching facility in OC?

Regards,


Chris Rumsey

Clinical Trials Programmer
Direct Line: 0115 8844936

Nottingham Clinical Trials Unit
University of Nottingham
Room 2009
C Floor, South Block
Queens Medical Centre
Nottingham
NG7 2UH
UK



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  • Hi Chris,

    I know you can at least run them one CRF at a time: go to Tasks -> CRFs [either Admin or Manage] -> Magnifying glass on top (original) row of a CRF -> ‘Run All Rules for this CRF’.

    There doesn’t seem to be built-in way to run all the rules in a study at once, though.

    Best regards,

    Lindsay Stevens | Clinical Data Coordinator
    NHMRC Clinical Trials Centre, THE UNIVERSITY OF SYDNEY
    Office: Level 2, 6-10 Mallett St | Camperdown | NSW | 2050
    Mail: Locked Bag 77 | Camperdown | NSW | 1450
    T +61 2 9562 5369 | F +61 2 9562 5094
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    Sent: Thursday, 25 October 2012 2:10 AM
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    Subject: [Users] Running large volumes of rules in batch?

    My current study in OpenClinica has just under 1000 rules.

    There does not seem anyway to run these in true batch mode i.e run them all in one go without submitting them individually.

    Is there a true batching facility in OC?

    Regards,


    Chris Rumsey

    Clinical Trials Programmer
    Direct Line: 0115 8844936

    Nottingham Clinical Trials Unit
    University of Nottingham
    Room 2009
    C Floor, South Block
    Queens Medical Centre
    Nottingham
    NG7 2UH
    UK




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  • LizRLizR Posts: 60
    That was my finding as well, that I had to run them one at a time. Having the capacity to run them all at once and getting a report about ones that failed, ones that had no affected patients, and ones that had affected patients would be really shiny.
    Liz Robertson
    Director of Data Management and IT
    TRACON Pharmaceuticals, Inc.
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    Sent: Wednesday, October 24, 2012 3:54 PM
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    Subject: Re: [Users] Running large volumes of rules in batch?
    Hi Chris,

    I know you can at least run them one CRF at a time: go to Tasks -> CRFs [either Admin or Manage] -> Magnifying glass on top (original) row of a CRF -> ‘Run All Rules for this CRF’.

    There doesn’t seem to be built-in way to run all the rules in a study at once, though.

    Best regards,

    Lindsay Stevens | Clinical Data Coordinator
    NHMRC Clinical Trials Centre, THE UNIVERSITY OF SYDNEY
    Office: Level 2, 6-10 Mallett St | Camperdown | NSW | 2050
    Mail: Locked Bag 77 | Camperdown | NSW | 1450
    T +61 2 9562 5369 | F +61 2 9562 5094
    E [email protected] | W www.ctc.usyd.edu.au
    Sent: Thursday, 25 October 2012 2:10 AM
    To: [email protected]
    Subject: [Users] Running large volumes of rules in batch?

    My current study in OpenClinica has just under 1000 rules.

    There does not seem anyway to run these in true batch mode i.e run them all in one go without submitting them individually.

    Is there a true batching facility in OC?

    Regards,


    Chris Rumsey

    Clinical Trials Programmer
    Direct Line: 0115 8844936

    Nottingham Clinical Trials Unit
    University of Nottingham
    Room 2009
    C Floor, South Block
    Queens Medical Centre
    Nottingham
    NG7 2UH
    UK




    This message and any attachment are intended solely for the addressee and may contain confidential information. If you have received this message in error, please send it back to me, and immediately delete it. Please do not use, copy or disclose the information contained in this message or in any attachment. Any views or opinions expressed by the author of this email do not necessarily reflect the views of the University of Nottingham.
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