Type: New Feature
Affects Version/s: None
Fix Version/s: 3.1.9
A Sampling Round Templates (SRTs) are created as a collection of AR Templates, each set up earlier for the Sample Points to be included in the Template and from where the eventual Round's ARs and Sample records will be constructed.
- Title. A short name that describes the Round for it to be easily identified on forms and drop-down menus.
- Description. This text is also displayed upon a mouse-over of the Title field.
- Sampler. Referenced field. The default Sampler for these Rounds, selected from a drop-down menu of all Samplers in the system.
- Department. Referenced field. the lab department responsible for the sampling round.
- Sampling Frequency. Integer field. The number of days between recurring field trips. Public holiday and other non-working days are not considered. Sampling Scheduling will be the subject of future development
- Sampling Instructions. Text field.
- AR Templates. MultiReference field. AR Templates to be included in the Sampling Round Template.
Role players: Lab manager, Client Contact, Lab Clerk
- The lab manager logs in and navigates to 'Sampling Round Templates' in the LIMS setup area, or...
- if the SRT is applicable to a certain Client only, the SRT is create in the Client's folder, like their own Sample Points and Profiles at the moment. Client Contacts are allowed to create these too
- He/she clicks "Add" to create a new template, or on an existing one to edit it
- The user edits the general Sampling Round Template fields: Title, Description, Sampler, Department, Sampling Frequency, Sampling Instructions. The fields entered can still be overwritten when the eventual Sample Rounds will be created from the SRT
- The user sequentially selects the AR Templates to be included in the SRT. If a SRT is required that do not fully correspond to the AR templates selected, only 2 options exist:
- Edit the AR Templates (create new ones if necesseray), or
- Edit the eventual AR Rounds created from the SRT
- When done, the users Saves the SRT