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[[File:Verify.jpg|left|120px]]The final step in the required setup of CannaQA LIMS is to review each of the functions by running trial samples through testing and reporting, including sample labels. This is called "system verification." It is a verification that the system is functioning as designed and as contracted.  
 
[[File:Verify.jpg|left|120px]]The final step in the required setup of CannaQA LIMS is to review each of the functions by running trial samples through testing and reporting, including sample labels. This is called "system verification." It is a verification that the system is functioning as designed and as contracted.  
  
This is included in LabLynx, Inc. setup services, and you can also use the manual and any other support resources to help you verify functionality. If setup and training have been completed successfully, then the User's Guide can serve as a guide to creating functional scripts for completing verification.
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This is included in LabLynx setup services, and you can also use the manual and any other support resources to help you verify functionality. If setup and training have been completed successfully, then the User's Guide can serve as a guide to creating functional scripts for completing verification.
  
 
If validation to a certain standard or certification (not to be confused with "verification") is required (e.g., California requires ISO/IEC 17025 accreditation), LabLynx will provide as much support to the accrediting agency as you need, including core test scripts and other documentation. The LabLynx CannaQA LIMS supports all applicable state and national standards and regulations.
 
If validation to a certain standard or certification (not to be confused with "verification") is required (e.g., California requires ISO/IEC 17025 accreditation), LabLynx will provide as much support to the accrediting agency as you need, including core test scripts and other documentation. The LabLynx CannaQA LIMS supports all applicable state and national standards and regulations.

Latest revision as of 21:11, 11 July 2019

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The final step in the required setup of CannaQA LIMS is to review each of the functions by running trial samples through testing and reporting, including sample labels. This is called "system verification." It is a verification that the system is functioning as designed and as contracted.

This is included in LabLynx setup services, and you can also use the manual and any other support resources to help you verify functionality. If setup and training have been completed successfully, then the User's Guide can serve as a guide to creating functional scripts for completing verification.

If validation to a certain standard or certification (not to be confused with "verification") is required (e.g., California requires ISO/IEC 17025 accreditation), LabLynx will provide as much support to the accrediting agency as you need, including core test scripts and other documentation. The LabLynx CannaQA LIMS supports all applicable state and national standards and regulations.