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In trying to upload a newly-written CRF to the OpenClinica
testing environment, we received the following error message: “Oops! An error
has occurred”. There is no mention of where the error is or what type of error
it is / they are.
Is there truly no other way to fix this than to spend the
next few weeks trawling through comma’s, brackets and spaces? Surely, with
thousands of OpenClinica users, someone must have written a simple software to
search for grammatical errors in newly written CRF’s?
It seems crazy that a human eye has to do this.
It looks like you're using the oc3.14 version dated April 2018. This is a faulty version, which should be replaced by the latest version, as described here:http://forums.openclinica.com/discussion/16549/reassign-crf-to-a-new-version#latest
However this version has also a bug, namely that special characters are not displayed in the audit trail, when extracting into odm-xml format. This has been reported and hopefully a new sub-version will be available soon.