I use the HS_IHE_ATNA_Repository.Aggregation table a lot.  Someone just referred me to the HS_IHE_ATNA_Repository.Document table, which has an AggregationId column.  

I assume that column references the ID column in the .Aggregation table.  If so, does this mean that if the same document was requested 1,000 times that there will be 1,000 entries for it in the .Document table?  This seems inefficient to me.  Why not have one record in the document table and have a DocumentId column in the Aggregation table?

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I have the following query which tells me how many documents were retrieved for each customer, but it only works for the "on-demand" customers:

SELECT PatientFacility, LEFT(LocalDateTime,7) as Mnth, Count(*)
FROM HS_IHE_ATNA_Repository.Aggregation
WHERE EventType IN ('RecordRequest','RecordRequestBreakGlass')
AND LocalDateTime >= '2016-01-01'
AND LocalDateTime < '2017-01-01'
GROUP BY PatientFacility, LEFT(LocalDateTime,7)

 

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In the table/class HS_Registry.document there is a column/property named RepositoryUniqueId.  There are about 14 unique values, which pretty much lines up with the number of our "Push" (Provide & Register) participants and thus unique document repositories.  However, these values just look like OIDs.  I've been searching for over an hour and I can't find anywhere that will provide me some context to these "Repository IDs".  

Anyone have ideas or suggestions where I could find this info?

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Typically the thumbsup/thumbsdown icons are grayed out until you vote for one.  Then it is either red or green depending on which you selected.  I like this behavior.  However, on my own posts, the ones I cannot vote for, the indicators are both colored.  Since the visual queue has already been established that this indicates a selected vote, I think this should be changed.  Perhaps, since we cannot vote on our own posts, completely hide them.

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