Once assay records have been copied to a study, an administrator can view the log of copy-to-study events. They can also 'undo', or 'recall' the copy by deleting copied data from a dataset.

Access Copy-To-Study History

After users have copied data from an assay to a study, an admin can view copy-to-study history for the assay from either the source or destination grid.

From the Assay Itself

From a datagrid view for the assay, click the "View Copy-To-Study History" link:

The history is displayed in a grid showing who copied what and to where.

From the Target Study Dataset

To access copy-to-study history from a study dataset to which you have copied assay data, click View Source Assay above the grid, then proceed as above.

From the Site Admin Console

If you are a site administrator, you can also view all copy-to-study events for all assays within the site. Select (Admin) > Site > Admin Console. Under Management, click Audit Log. Select "Copy-to-Study Assay Events" from the dropdown.

Site copy-to-study events may be filtered by target study, or sorted by assay type using the column headers as in other data grids.

View Copy-to-Study History Details

Once you have reached the Copy-To-Study History page, hover over a row and click the (details) icon to see all the rows copied from the assay:

You now see the Copy-To-Study History Details page:

Recall Copied Data (Undo a Copy)

You can recall (or delete) copied assay data from a dataset, essentially undoing the copy. Select the rows that you would like to remove from the dataset and click Recall Rows. Click OK in the popup to confirm.

Rows recalled from the study dataset are deleted from that target dataset, but are not deleted from the source assay itself. You can copy these rows to the dataset again if needed.

Recall events are audited and will appear in the Copy-To-Study History.

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