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National Data Warehouse (NDW)  

Verifying Your Data

Verifying Data Received by the NDW

When a file is successfully received by the NDW, the process sends out an automated email report called the NDW Data Transmission Log Report (commonly called the “Acknowledgement Report”, or “ACK” for short ) to the Site/Area contacts we have in our contact list. Also see the section “Export Tracking Mart” for additional resources for tracking your file’s status.
Below are some commonly asked questions concerning your exports received by the NDW:

Verifying Data Loaded by the NDW

When a file is successfully loaded into the NDW, the process sends out an automated email report called the NDW Post Data Load Report to the Site/Area contacts we have in our contact list. Also see the section “Export Tracking Mart” for additional resources for tracking your file’s status.

Below are some commonly asked questions concerning your export files that have been loaded into the NDW:

What if the Post Load Report indicates that exceptions/rejects/transformations have occurred?
Can you explain the errors on the Post Load Report and how to fix them?
How can I identify the encounters or registrations involved?
Your Area Statistical Officer can check the Data Quality Mart for registrations and encounters containing errors in required fields. Data Quality reports include Unique Encounter or Registration Codes. The first five digits of these codes (the DBID) identify the database that transmitted the encounter. The last ten digits of these codes without leading zeros represent your source system’s internal entry number or unique ID.
For errors that occur in non-required fields, the ‘fileman’ routines in RPMS will find the internal entry number affected given the correct criteria. In non-RPMS systems, the database administrator (DBA) or programmer will be able to assist in finding these errors and identifying the encounters involved.   [Close]

Why am I missing my Post Load Report?
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