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Hi Jeff,

My view is similar, each tumor instance needs a check, so if the header patient info fails the edit should skip tumor data and skip to the next patient, is that something that is going to be in EDITS50?

Yes, this is in EDITS50 (for what it’s worth, it was in EDITS40, too). As you’ll see when you start working with the EDITS50 API, your application will be notified of edit errors as they occur through the callback mechanism. So a decision about how to handle the discovery of an edit error being raised is in your control.

Caveat: The Engine will run all of the edits in an edit set for the currently-loaded case record. If you catch an error upon running the Patient edit set, the Engine will run the remaining edits in that edit set and then return control to your processing loop. You may take whatever action you deem appropriate at that time… bail on that Patient, continue on to find out whether/how many Tumor level errors may exist, whatever.

Kathleen

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