Workflow - Result transfer

A result transfer lets you create new or modify existing results in any analysis set automatically.

To configure a result transfer, you first should start a new Workflow. Next, open the dropdown "Result transfer".

Target set (1)

First you need to select the analysis set you want to transfer (part of) the result to.

In above example we wish to start a product deviation when the user checks the checkbox "Start production deviation".

Action (2)

Next, decide which action needs to be done. These actions work in exactly the same way as in the import. Consult its documentation to learn the details.

In this example we wish to update an existing result (if present) or insert a new result.The key field will be the batch number.

Transferring contents (3)

Next, select the fields you wish to or need to specify values for. This list will be partially configured for you based on the Action configuration. For example, if you wish to create new results, all required fields will be checked automatically.

In the Calculations tab, you can then add calculations for each selected field. You can also use the full calculations functionality. Fields from the source analysis set can be found in the Variables dropdown, but note that calculations require a slightly different syntax: {field} instead of {{field}}.

In Problem description AlisQI will send the description from the source analysis set. When the colour is Yellow, extra text will be added to the Problem description. This is an example of how calculations can make transfers like these smarter.

Don't forget setting a Subject (1) and Message (2) before saving this workflow:

We now save this workflow. Below screenshot shows you the end result:

If the user added more values to the source analysis result, then this data will be transferred the target analysis set result.

Permissions & change history

Result transfers are performed by the system, not by any particular user. Permission checks are completely circumvented.

For example, if user A inserts a result which triggers a result transfer created by user B, then the result will be created (or modified) regardless of user A's and B's permissions.

When we take a look at the change history of the result in the target analysis set, we can see that the result has been automatically created (or modified) by a result transfer:

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