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Import Medical Data using Transaction EHSDATIMP

Hi ,

I need to Import Medical data using transaction EHSDATIMP.

I am getting a specific error 'Examination not available' while importing a file.

Does any one knows more details about it?

Please guide.

Edited by: narenovernet on Aug 29, 2011 9:06 AM

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    Posted on Oct 06, 2014 at 07:38 PM

    Hi Narendar,

    Did you get the answer for the above questions. if yes please forward it to my mail id.

    thanks

    Jeevitha Ravi

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    • Did you see an answer? you are the first who replied.

      Have you thought about how one could send you an email? You have not made you email address visible in your profile (posting email address in content is not allowed).

      We want anyway the replies in the forum, so that others can learn from it.

      Just imagine somebody else had asked to get an email, and the next replies would have been: "Send" and "thank you" . Would this have helped you?

      The user had asked this question 3 years ago and was himself last logged in Sep 30, 2013 12:24 PM

      Maybe he got no answers because the info given was insufficient.

      If one posts an error message, then it is always helpful to post the message number too.

      Have you searched for OSS notes? Best hits if you search with message number and transaction code. (I found one for this problem)

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