Validation rules [with type Surveillance]

Dear All,

I am creating a validation rule with type surveillance, i wanted the system to send me an email or a notification if there is any maternal death reported unfortunately the email testing is working well but these surveillance alerts are not coming?

Anyone experienced the same problem?

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Mr. Emmanuel NTAWUYIRUSHA
HMIS/MOH
Telephone: +250 788408772

Email: ntawemma@gmail.com
Do Good. Do It Well.

Dear Emmanuel,

Is Data Monitoring Strategy turned in Data Administration -> Scheduling?

Ask Venuste to turn it on.

Thanks.

Alex

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On Tue, Mar 17, 2015 at 7:04 PM, Ntawuyirusha Emmanuel ntawemma@gmail.com wrote:

Dear All,

I am creating a validation rule with type surveillance, i wanted the system to send me an email or a notification if there is any maternal death reported unfortunately the email testing is working well but these surveillance alerts are not coming?

Anyone experienced the same problem?

Mr. Emmanuel NTAWUYIRUSHA
HMIS/MOH
Telephone: +250 788408772

Email: ntawemma@gmail.com
Do Good. Do It Well.


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Hi all,

I’ve got an issue with averaging over custom dimensions in indicator calculations.

Basically, my equation is: IND = A / B, with data elements A and B both having the same custom dimension. The aggregation operator for A is defined as a sum and for B as an average. Here is the raw data:

· IND = CDE

· A = ADE070

· B = ADE078

When generating an aggregated pivot table, it nicely shows the sum of A and the average of B, however, the value of IND does not take the average of B but the sum of B as an input and therefore is wrong.

Anyone else encountered this issue? Is it a bug?

Regards,

Robin