In ‘Respiratory rate’ we can enter “9999999999999999999999999999999”. Is there an issue covering this bug or should I create a new one? Best Regards, Natalia Płonka
This has to do with the underlying CIEL dictionary. Looking here http://maternalconceptlab.com/search.php?q=id:5242&source=openmrs, I see that there’s no absolute maximum set.
@akanter, how do you want to address this? Would you want us to have a space in OpenMRS’s JIRA for metadata issues? Or should we just forward them to you?
I think we should set up a separate JIRA and happy to address this where we can in the dictionary. We do set 0 to prevent lower bounds, but upper bounds might be high upper given clinical variability…Andy
That concept does have a critical upper limit (120).
I presume there is some absolute maximum that is less than " 9999999999999999999999999999999" to satisfy the testing team…
I don’t quite understand: “we should set up a separate JIRA”. Are you saying that we should have the OpenMRS infrastructure team set up a JIRA project for “Metadata and Content” and we can put this sort of issue there?
I did find that it had an absolute max that should have blocked entry. Why didn’t it? As for JIRA, I meant creating a project/category for metadata that defaults assignment to me and allow people to use that rather than just email. Thanks
If you follow the steps at https://help.openmrs.org/customer/portal/articles/1439079-requesting-a-jira-project this will be no problem.
Done! I filed a request for a Terminology & Metadata project.