Configuring case

please help me with the following issues:

  1. When configuring an application for case management, how many case types
    can there be per module?
  2. When configuring an application for case management, which type of form
    will not allow you to load case properties?
  3. if once you save data to a case property, it is it no longer possible to
    update that data.

Hi Sallieu,

  1. Right now, CommCare does not support more than one case per module.
  2. You can load case properties in all type of forms, as long as they are in a module that is set up to use case management.
  3. You can always update a case property by saving data from a form into that case property.

I also encourage you to look at the “Case management” section [https://confluence.dimagi.com/display/commcarepublic/Case+Management] of our help site.

KA.

Kelly Jean-Eudes ADEDIHA
Field Technician | Dimagi (West Africa)
m: +221 76 949 6661 | Skype: adediha.kelly
http://dimagi.com

··· On 3/1/2016 12:28:37 PM, Sallieu Dumbuya wrote: please help me with the following issues: 1. When configuring an application for case management, how many case types can there be per module? 2. When configuring an application for case management, which type of form will not allow you to load case properties? 3. if once you save data to a case property, it is it no longer possible to update that data.


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Hi Sallieu,

Agreed with everything Kelly said, with one small exception to #2- a form
that registers a new case cannot load case properties into the form (since
there would not yet be any existing properties to load).

Best,
Aliza

··· On Tue, Mar 1, 2016 at 3:35 PM, Kelly Jean-Eudes ADEDIHA < kadediha@dimagi.com> wrote:

Hi Sallieu,

  1. Right now, CommCare does not support more than one case per module.
  2. You can load case properties in all type of forms, as long as they are
    in a module that is set up to use case management.
  3. You can always update a case property by saving data from a form into
    that case property.

I also encourage you to look at the “Case management” section
https://confluence.dimagi.com/display/commcarepublic/Case+Management of
our help site.

KA.

Kelly Jean-Eudes ADEDIHA
Field Technician | Dimagi (West Africa)
m: +221 76 949 6661 | Skype: adediha.kelly
http://dimagi.com

On 3/1/2016 12:28:37 PM, Sallieu Dumbuya sallieu.dumbuya@gmail.com wrote:
please help me with the following issues:

  1. When configuring an application for case management, how many case
    types can there be per module?
  2. When configuring an application for case management, which type of form
    will not allow you to load case properties?
  3. if once you save data to a case property, it is it no longer possible
    to update that data.


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Hey Aliza,

yeah that’s right. Thanks for correcting that.

Kelly Jean-Eudes ADEDIHA
Field Technician | Dimagi (West Africa)
m: +221 76 949 6661 | Skype: adediha.kelly
http://dimagi.com

··· On 3/1/2016 12:58:45 PM, Aliza Stone wrote: Hi Sallieu,

Agreed with everything Kelly said, with one small exception to #2- a form that registers a new case cannot load case properties into the form (since there would not yet be any existing properties to load).

Best,
Aliza

On Tue, Mar 1, 2016 at 3:35 PM, Kelly Jean-Eudes ADEDIHA <kadediha@dimagi.com [mailto:kadediha@dimagi.com]> wrote:

Hi Sallieu,

  1. Right now, CommCare does not support more than one case per module.
  2. You can load case properties in all type of forms, as long as they are in a module that is set up to use case management.
  3. You can always update a case property by saving data from a form into that case property.

I also encourage you to look at the “Case management” section [https://confluence.dimagi.com/display/commcarepublic/Case+Management] of our help site.

KA.

Kelly Jean-Eudes ADEDIHA
Field Technician | Dimagi (West Africa)
m: +221 76 949 6661 [tel:%2B221%2076%20949%206661] | Skype: adediha.kelly
http://dimagi.com [http://dimagi.com]
On 3/1/2016 12:28:37 PM, Sallieu Dumbuya <sallieu.dumbuya@gmail.com [mailto:sallieu.dumbuya@gmail.com]> wrote:
please help me with the following issues:

  1. When configuring an application for case management, how many case types can there be per module?
  2. When configuring an application for case management, which type of form will not allow you to load case properties?
  3. if once you save data to a case property, it is it no longer possible to update that data.


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Thanks to you all. Great to help me out.:joy:

··· On 1 Mar 2016 13:02, "Kelly Jean-Eudes ADEDIHA" wrote:

Hey Aliza,

yeah that's right. Thanks for correcting that.

Kelly Jean-Eudes ADEDIHA
Field Technician | Dimagi (West Africa)
m: +221 76 949 6661 | Skype: adediha.kelly
http://dimagi.com

On 3/1/2016 12:58:45 PM, Aliza Stone astone@dimagi.com wrote:
Hi Sallieu,

Agreed with everything Kelly said, with one small exception to #2- a form
that registers a new case cannot load case properties into the form (since
there would not yet be any existing properties to load).

Best,
Aliza

On Tue, Mar 1, 2016 at 3:35 PM, Kelly Jean-Eudes ADEDIHA < kadediha@dimagi.com> wrote:

Hi Sallieu,

  1. Right now, CommCare does not support more than one case per module.
  2. You can load case properties in all type of forms, as long as they are
    in a module that is set up to use case management.
  3. You can always update a case property by saving data from a form into
    that case property.

I also encourage you to look at the "Case management" section
https://confluence.dimagi.com/display/commcarepublic/Case+Management of
our help site.

KA.

Kelly Jean-Eudes ADEDIHA
Field Technician | Dimagi (West Africa)
m: +221 76 949 6661 | Skype: adediha.kelly
http://dimagi.com

On 3/1/2016 12:28:37 PM, Sallieu Dumbuya sallieu.dumbuya@gmail.com wrote:
please help me with the following issues:

  1. When configuring an application for case management, how many case
    types can there be per module?
  2. When configuring an application for case management, which type of
    form will not allow you to load case properties?
  3. if once you save data to a case property, it is it no longer possible
    to update that data.

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