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Beyond the method that you are currently using to get around this issue, we might be able to come up with a workaround using an intelligent report. We will need to come up with a template that stores some of the reference compound's calibration information (mainly the response factor). Let me look into this for you and see what I can come up with.
thanks for the reply!
Yes, I suppose a custom report would work, or even better, a custom calculation (we prefer to generate the reportable values directly in the Data Analysis module...will look into that, too).
I have some experience with more complex reports and CCs - as I work in lab that's regulated by GMP rules, I'd prefer to use the built-in calibration function, of course.
Is there a reason for the software acting like it does? Basically, is this a bug or a feature? ;-)
Personally, I don't think it is necessary for a calibrated reference compound used as external standard to be present in the sample solution.
Thanks again, and have a great weekend!
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Hello. We have added a requirement to fix this behavior in a future release of OpenLAB CDS.
As mentioned above, this is a known behavior in the current releases of the OpenLAB CDS that is planned to be resolved in a future release. Do you require any further assistance? If not, would you mind returning to the post and marking a "Correct Answer" to increase the visibility of the solution?