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  1. LIMS
  2. LIMS-2757

Batch and Worksheet integration. UW

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    • Type: New Feature
    • Status: Open
    • Priority: Major
    • Resolution: Unresolved
    • Affects Version/s: None
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      Description

      Batch and Worksheet integration was well under way, very handy indeed

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        lemoene lemoene added a comment - - edited

        Many labs work entirely in Batch context and analysts on those Batches would prefer their Worksheet views not to be cluttered by An and ARs from other Batches.

        'Relatively'-) easy to achieve, as was done at UW, could be quicker to redo it than migrate the UW code

        • Add WS tab to Batches and delimit analyses on those WS to only those in the Batch
        • Correspondingly, add a Batch parameter general WS An assignment
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        These labs often Invoice per batch, upcoming PR, and require Batch reports too (pipe dream). We are also looking at improving the Batch Book for cannabis' big ARs

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        lemoene lemoene added a comment - - edited Many labs work entirely in Batch context and analysts on those Batches would prefer their Worksheet views not to be cluttered by An and ARs from other Batches. 'Relatively'-) easy to achieve, as was done at UW, could be quicker to redo it than migrate the UW code Add WS tab to Batches and delimit analyses on those WS to only those in the Batch Correspondingly, add a Batch parameter general WS An assignment image These labs often Invoice per batch, upcoming PR, and require Batch reports too (pipe dream). We are also looking at improving the Batch Book for cannabis' big ARs

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