All data transmitted to Central Registry must be exported from EDMP. There are two possibilities for the transmission of data to EUROCAT Central Registry:
- The EDMP is used for data entry. When your data entry is finished, run the validation and duplicate checks, make any corrections
necessary, and then use the "Export" function to create a file for transmission to Central Registry.
- If you enter your data in your own local program, you should import your data into the EDMP and run the validation routines and
duplicate checks. Correct your data according to the results of these checks, import the corrected file into EDMP (after deleting
the incorrect file), and then use the "Export" function to create a file for transmission to Central Registry. This will mean that
Central Registry receives standardised data in terms of formatting and basic validation checks.