Define data validity rules for Versions with lifecycle_state = incomplete

Description

Standardise the following change of behaviour for VERSIONs that have lifecycle_state set to incomplete :

  • When committing incomplete data, the validation should be relaxed, i.e. validation of [occurrences and] cardinality lower bounds is skipped, in other words, allow missing data.

  • All other validation (cardinality upper bounds and constraints on values) would be performed normally.

Additionally, when querying, data from incomplete versions would be completely ignored, unless accessed in a specific way. This requires a rule to be added to AQL.

 

see also https://discourse.openehr.org/t/special-treatment-of-incomplete-versions/420

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Matija Polajnar
June 15, 2020, 9:59 AM

I’m not sure, but you might be right to just include that into the AQL spec.

Bjørn Næss
September 21, 2020, 10:37 AM

Is it a requirement to have versioning also on incomplete or should we support overwrite of incomplete versions?

Ian McNicoll
September 21, 2020, 11:42 AM

I would allow versioning - that is one of the advantages of persisting the data within the EHR rather than externally like the Better /draft compositions.

Thomas Beale
September 25, 2020, 7:26 PM

I agree with - I would not change the versioning behaviour just because the authoring mode is draft. I would say that an external ‘crash-save-cache’ can still be offered by any product (even this editor here in Jira now remembers your uncommitted comments), but this is another level of functionality.

Matija Polajnar
October 2, 2020, 10:17 AM

I agree.

Reporter

Adarsha Das

Raised By

Matija Polajnar

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