Scan History Settings

In the Scan History, some settings can be made to display the saved data.

Number of records displayed

10, 20, 50, 100 or 200 lines can be displayed per page. The setting can be made through a drop-down menu at the bottom right edge.

Detailed information to a Scan

More information is available for each record than is shown in the default setting of the Scan History. Values shown in the standard display are marked with x:

DATE
x
time and date of scan (server time)
SCANNER
x
name of scanner
PRODUCT CODE
x
product code of scanned pack
SERIAL NUMBER
x
serial number of scanned pack
BATCH
x
batch of scanned pack
EXPIRY
x
expiry date of scanned pack
FMD REQUEST
x
requested FMD operation to the NMVS
ICON
x
icon of result (full list in attachment)
RESULT
x
text message of the result (full list in download area)
PACK STATE
x
status of the pack after the FMD operation was performed
CODE
the full unique identifier as scanned from the 2D matrix code
CODE IMAGE
a 2D matrix code interpretation of the value in CODE
DESC
AlertID (optional)
EXTERNAL LOADING TIME
processing time of NMVS for the performed scan
HTML TEXT
more detailed description of the alert message (optional)
SCANNER MESSAGE
alert message displayed on the Speed Scanner
PRODUCT NAME
full name of the scanned product (optional)
MAH NAME
name of MAH (optional)
NATIONAL NUMBER
national health reimbursement number (optional)
ORIGINAL RESPONSE
full JSON response from NMVS
LIST OF WHOLESALERS
list of designated wholesalers (optional)
MESSAGE NMVS
original alert response from NMVS
SUBJECT TO REPORT
yes / no, information if an alert is reported to the authorities
USER HANDLING
name of user who scanned the pack

Alle Parameter des Datensatzes k├Ânnen in der Scan History angezeigt werden. The new setting is saved and permanently displayed.

Visible columns in the Scan History

To change the display of the Scan History, right-click on the table header. A context-sensitive menu opens. Two menu items control the table view. “Hide Column” removes a selected column from the view. “Column Chooser” opens another window that shows all parameters not previously displayed. Use the mouse to drag the required information to the top of the table. The required parameter is permanently displayed at this point.