Import in OSICS codes that are exported from the system

You can now import in OSICS injury codes into an Injury/Illness Form without having to reformat the Injury Data with a "|" between the Medical Code and the diagnosis.

Previously, you could NOT import OSICS injury codes back into the software without manually updating each Code in the csv spreadsheet you were importing. If you imported in injury codes without updating each one, the OSICS body diagram in the system would be blank (it would appear without an injury code in it).

Previously, you could NOT import OSICS injury codes back into the software without manually updating each Code in the csv spreadsheet you were importing. If you imported in injury codes without updating each one, the OSICS body diagram in the system would be blank (it would appear without an injury code in it).

 

Previously, to ensure an injury code imported correctly you had to enter in a "|" on either side of the code to be able to import the data back into an injury/illness record

Previously, to ensure an injury code imported correctly you had to enter in a "|" on either side of the code to be able to import the data back into an injury/illness record

 

Now you can import in OSICS codes into your Injury/Illness record without modifying the codes. This means if you export data from an injury/llness record you can now import it back in without making changes to each cell in the spreadsheet

Now you can import in OSICS codes into your Injury/Illness record without modifying the codes. This means if you export data from an injury/llness record you can now import it back in without making changes to each cell in the spreadsheet

 

To import the Injury data back into the system follow the standard Import procedures. However, if you have required fields in the form, these MUST be turned off on the form in the Builder, or the data will not import if any required fields are missing from the data sheet (e.g if any cells in a required field column are blank)

To import the Injury data back into the system follow the standard Import procedures. However, if you have required fields in the form, these MUST be turned off on the form in the Builder, or the data will not import if any required fields are missing from the data sheet (e.g if any cells in a required field column are blank)

When you import in Data into an injury form, you may have a number of fields that are set as "Required" fields. You MUST have an entry for each required field for each injury record or the import will report an error and the import will fail. This means each cell in a required field column has to have an entry in it.

Be careful not to get caught out by required fields that are only visible when specific options are selected in previous fields. The example below is an example of the error report when the require fields were not turned off.

An example of the Import Fail error that occurs when fields are missing from a required field column

An example of the Import Fail error that occurs when fields are missing from a required field column

 

Once you successfully import the data, the injury codes will appear in the body diagram

Once you successfully import the data, the injury codes will appear in the body diagram

 

Don't forget to reset your Required fields back to being a "Required field" and then save the form

Don't forget to reset your Required fields back to being a "Required field" and then save the form

Any problems ask your Distributor.

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