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ADR.NET .qap eQAPP/Library converter

ADR.NET has seperate eQAPP/Library file variables for ADR EDDs and SEDD EDDs that end in a *.qap extension. Such distinguishments did not exist in the ADR 8.3/8.3a line of checkers which ended in a *.xml extension, or 9 individual *.txt extensions. This tool helps to convert and/or make consistent .qap files that comply with the ADR.NET checker now that there is a distinguishment between ADR EDD and SEDD EDD .qap files. If you have an eQAPP/Library in ADR 8.3/8.3a format, or an ADR.NET eQAPP/Library that has some ADR and some SEDD values, you can convert it to a 100% SEDD ADR.NET eQAPP/Library. (And vice versa.) This is especially helpful for folks with ADR 8.3/8.3a eQAPPs/Libraries that want to check their SEDDs on the ADR.NET checker. One can import their eQAPP/Library into ADR.NET and then save it as an ADR.NET .qap eQAPP/Library file, then use this tool to convert it into an ADR.NET SEDD-compatible .qap file. (As of now, one can only save an ADR 8.3/8.3a eQAPP/Library as an ADR ADR.NET eQAPP/Library within ADR.NET, not as a SEDD ADR.NET eQAPP/Library.) To use this tool, simply back up your .qap file (always a good idea!), then open your .qap file in notepad (or a basic editor) on your computer, paste the contents below, choose which conversion you would like to perform, and click submit. You can then copy/paste the output back into your .qap file, save it, and you're good to go!

Note: once you click 'Process ADR.NET eQAPP/Library', please be patient! The ADR.NET .qap eQAPP/Library files can be quite large and it may take a moment to execute copy/paste commands on your computer with 1 MB of text on the clipboard. Additionally, it can take a moment to upload your ADR.NET .qap eQAPP/Library to us depending on your Internet connection speed.

So what does this actually do? This will take your .qap and convert Valid Values into ADR or SEDD valid values. For instance, if you paste in a .qap that contains matrix of "SO" (ADR) for some matrix values and "Soil" (SEDD) for others, it will convert them to all "SO" or all "Soil" as per your choices below. Or they can all be "SO" (ADR) and can be converted to "Soil" (SEDD). Ditto for QC such as things like "LCS" (ADR) to "Laboratory_Control_Sample" (SEDD).
  ADR (or quasi-ADR/SEDD) -> SEDD
  SEDD (or quasi-ADR/SEDD) -> ADR
  Validate (not yet functional)
Paste your current eQAPP data here: