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The Importer is available throughout BSI and provides a consistent way to import data from a. If the file is imported from a Macintosh computer, the system will automatically adjust for the Macintosh version of Excel using the date system. Once the Importer wizard is started, the basic steps for importing a file are the same for any dialog. At any point after a file has been selected, clicking the Import button will complete the import using the Importer wizard default settings specified below for any subsequent importer dialog pages.

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The Importer is available throughout BSI and provides a consistent way to import data from a. If the file is imported from a Macintosh computer, the system will automatically adjust for the Macintosh version of Excel using the date system. Once the Importer wizard is started, the basic steps for importing a file are the same for any dialog. At any point after a file has been selected, clicking the Import button will complete the import using the Importer wizard default settings specified below for any subsequent importer dialog pages.

The Importer can be exited at any time without importing a file by selecting the Cancel button. Example: Dr. Jackson has collected several thousand new specimens from outside researchers and needs to document them in BSI. He already has the data stored in a. From his Data Entry Add batch, Dr. Jackson can import the data by uploading the file. He will need to match the correct column in the file to the BSI field. Jackson will not select any fields to match on, since his specimens are all new entries to BSI.

After importing, Dr. Jackson will be able to assign BSI IDs, reserve locations, and commit his new specimens to the database. The Importer consists of several pages that are used to select a file and define the options for the import:. The following defaults are applied when the user bypasses Importer wizard options by selecting the Import button when Next is an option. Mapping to Output—map column headers where the BSI field label exactly matches text in the import file column header. Although the capitalization does not have to be the same for import column headers and BSI field labels, the text including spaces must be the exact same.

Import Templates can be created to automate the Properties, Translations, Mapping Fields, and Matching Criteria pages of the Importer wizard for file output formats you regularly receive. After manually entering your import settings once, on the Complete the Import page, you can select the option to save the import as a template.

When importing a new, similar file from the Select a Data Source page, you can select the template you wish to use. Import templates will save the configured file type, sheet selection, delimiters, properties, translations, mapping fields, and matching criteria. The Specimen and Subject Importer functions similarly to the general Importer, in that it follows the same basic steps, but it also allows Specimen and Subject data to be imported into BSI simultaneously.

During the import, data can be mapped to both Specimen fields and Subject fields. After all mapping is complete, the imported Specimen fields will be added into the Data Entry or Shipment editor. After this, a subsequent Subject editor is opened, and all remaining imported Subject fields are added to the Subject editor.

If subjects referenced in the import file already exist, then the Subject editor will open with the existing subject data. Data that has been newly updated will be bolded in the Subject editor. Newly created Subjects referenced in the import file are imported into the editor and added as new Subject records when the editor is saved. If there are any conflicts between the imported Subject data and existing Subject data, the user will receive a warning.

The warning displays the row in the import file that contains the conflict, the name of the conflicting field, the existing value for the field in BSI and the new value for the field in the import file.

The user has the option to print the warning, continue with the import, or cancel the import. Some dialogs also have an Export to Text File option. This option is useful for backing up and saving work so that it can be recovered, if necessary. Users can also Export with a Translation. To import the attached manifest:.

In a shipment or requisition which has been submitted via BSI Engage, there may be a manifest attached. In a Data Entry Add batch, using this tool can inadvertently cause BSI to resolve data conflicts by updating already entered sample level data. If this would happen, then a Sample Data Changed!

The dialog shows the changes which will be made and provides an option to continue with the change, or to cancel the change. After a manifest has been imported into an incoming shipment batch, changes to the imported data via manual data entry, scanning, or importing will open the Add Discrepancy dialog. Discrepancies in Location data will not prompt the Add Discrepancy dialog to open. No Translation is selected by default.

If a Translation schema is to be used for the import, select Translation Required. This will enable the Select button next to the Translation Set field. See Translation on Import in the Translations section of the help system for more information on using a Translation schema. If desired, undo any changes made by selecting the Restore Defaults button. When mapping is completed, select Next to proceed to Select Matching Criteria or select Import to bypass subsequent pages and complete the import with the defaults listed in the Importer Wizard Default Settings.

Selecting Import will also cause an Import dialog will open, displaying import progress and an option to save the import as a template.

When using the importer to modify a previously saved batch, users must select matching criteria for the imported specimen data. These criteria will specify the action taken when rows from the data source match rows in the BSI table.

The Importer will search the database to verify that the specimens from the import file exist. Any specimens in the import file that are not already in the batch will be added. The Summary Reviewpage of the Importer displays the file selection and import options specified for the import. All parts of the import settings except the file name will be saved as a template to use in the future including: file type, sheet selection, file properties, translations, field mapping, and matching criteria.

After the file has been imported, the imported rows will be automatically highlighted in the dialog. From this page the user can press Print Summary to print the import summary displayed on this page. Skip to main content Press Enter. Sign in. Skip auxiliary navigation Press Enter. Contact Us IMSweb. Skip main navigation Press Enter. Toggle navigation. Date range on this day between these dates. Posted by. New to BSI? Importing The Importer is available throughout BSI and provides a consistent way to import data from a.

Importer Wizard Default Settings The following defaults are applied when the user bypasses Importer wizard options by selecting the Import button when Next is an option. Import Templates Import Templates can be created to automate the Properties, Translations, Mapping Fields, and Matching Criteria pages of the Importer wizard for file output formats you regularly receive.

To export a current editor or dialog to a text file: Open the File menu in Selecting this option will open a Browse dialog that allows users to select a file name and destination on the local hard drive. The contents of the dialog will be stored in the selected location as a comma-delimited text file. The file can be imported into another application or back into BSI. To import the attached manifest: Open the requisition or shipment. Alternatively, in a shipment you may also select Import Specimens and Subjects.

When the importer wizard opens, select Get Web Attachment. The manifest will be selected as the file to import. Proceed through the importer wizard to import the file. Select a Data Source On the first screen of the Importer, select a data source: Click the Browse button to search for a data file. Once the file is selected, click Open. Select the file type Delimited text file or Excel spreadsheet , if necessary.

After selecting a file, there are threeoptions to continue with the import: Manually process the import. The Select Template button can be used to select a predefined import template to use. Selecting a template in this dialog will automate the middle steps of the importer wizard and take you straight to the Complete the Import page.

You will still be able to return to previous pages and edit any information necessary before importing the data. If any warnings or errors would prevent the import from continuing, a dialog will open letting you know that you must choose a new template or manually complete your import. Any other warnings or errors will be displayed on the last page of the Importer wizard. Select the Import button to bypass selecting data file properties, translations, field mapping, and matching criteria. An Import dialog will open, displaying import progress and an option to save the import as a template.

Select Data File Properties Specify the file properties: Enter properties based on the type of file being imported: When importing a delimited text file, identify the characters used as the Column Delimiter , Row Delimiter , and Grouping Marker in the text file. When importing data from an Excel file, select the Sheet that contains the specimen data.

It is possible to skip up to the first 45 rows. Enter the number of rows , after any skipped rows, to use as the header. This whole term will be treated as the header. By default, marking the checkbox will use a single row as the header.

The column headers assigned will be displayed in the preview table. The specimen data are displayed in the preview table below in the format that will be imported into the batch. Review the data and make changes to the file properties if necessary. Select Next to proceed to Select a Translation or select Import to bypass subsequent pages and complete the import with the defaults listed in the Importer Wizard Default Settings.

Select a Translation Specify whether a Translation schema is required for the imported file data.

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