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Account setting
The first step is to add the permission "Temp logger Importer" in the relevant account. To do so:

  1. Login with the administrator account;
  2. Select "User role manager";
  3. Select the business role assigned to the relevant account;
  4. Set the permission "Temp logger Importer" to Yes and save.


Laboratory time zone
Starting from the BSS launch date in ADAMS, the time zone and its effective date will be mandatory for all laboratories accredited and approved for the biological passport. The laboratory will be responsible for updating their local time relative to GMT twice a year in ADAMS, where applicable, for daylight savings time.
The lab administrator will be able to set the time zone.


The history of time zone updates can be accessed on the "Business rules" tab as shown on the screen below.


The lab has the ability to enter the GMT offset changes in advance.


Temperature logger file requirements
The temperature logger file can be imported by a lab user (upon having an account configured as described in the section "Account configuration"). The file should be in a in a text format (.txt).
Also the file name should be a concatenation of the data logger ID ("Temp Logger ID) and the date of sample reception by the lab (in local time) separated by an underscore.
Example: Temp Logger ID = "KG34V10".
Date of sample reception (YYYY-MM-DD) ="2015-03-25".
Filename="KG34V10_2015-03-25.txt".


How to import a new temperature logger file

  1. Login with your username password (and answer to security questions);
  2. In the home screen, select "Import Temp Logger File"

 3.Then, click on "Choose File" to select the relevant temp logger file and click on "Import".

   The user has also, in the same screen, the possibility to access the files which were imported in the last 3 months.
       

 4. Select the button "Details" and 4 options will be available:

  • Print: to print the current page
  • Close: to leave the screen
  • Post: to submit the import (the status will be "Submitted" instead of "temporary").
  • Reject import: in case of errors, the user has the possibility to reject the file (the system will not take into account this file).



When the import of a temperature logger file is successful and the import is posted by the user (status is changed to "Submitted"), a match is triggered with a matched DCF and BPLR.  

Supported formats

Currently ADAMS supports Data in the following formats:

Case 1: 3 columns separated by tab/space.  This format is used by the company Berlinger.

    1. First column is date in the format  yyyy-MM-dd.
    2. Second column Time in the format HH:mm  (24 hour clock)
    3. Third Temperature. And it should be in English format. For example 4.6 but not 4,6
    4. Example:   2017-01-24 14:20 11.8
    5. Sample file: GVREAL_2017-02-06.txt
  1. Case 2: 4 columns separated by tab/space.  This format is used by the company Sensitech

    1. First column is a row number.
    2. Second column is date in the format  yyyy/MM/dd.
    3. Third  column Time in the format HH:mm:ss  (24 hour clock)
    4. Fourth Temperature.  And it should be in English format. For example 4.6 but not 4,6
    5. Example:    1  2016/12/14  5:02:58  22.61
          f. Sample file: CN83100R50_B_2017-03-06.txt

    Case 3: 5 columns separated by tab/space.  This format is used by the company Sensitech

    1. First column is a row number.
    2. Second column is date in the format  yyyy/MM/dd.
    3. Third  column Time in the format hh:mm  
    4. Fourth column is AM/PM Marker
    5. Fifth Temperature.  And it should be in English format. For example 4.6 but not 4,6
    6. Example:  1 2016/12/14 4:01 PM 2.22
    7. Sample file: CN83100R50_C_2017-03-06.txt

 

    Case 4: 5 columns separated by tab/space.  This format is used by the company LogTag
    1. First column is a row number.
    2. Second column is date in the format  yyyy/MM/dd.
    3. Third  column Time in the format hh:mm:ss 
    4. Fourth column is AM/PM Marker
    5. Fifth Temperature.And it should be in English format. For example 4.6 but not 4,6
    6. Example:  1 2016/11/21 06:47:24 PM 26.0
    7. Sample file: LogTagFormatD_2016-11-27.txt


Temp Logger file examples

For references, here are examples of supported temp logger file format:

CN83100R50_B_2017-03-06.txtCN83100R50_C_2017-03-06.txtGVREAL_2017-02-06.txtLogTagFormatD_2016-11-27.txt

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