Image close-up of typing female hands on keyboardNew Result Entry Interface

The RCPAQAP will release a significant upgrade to our online result entry interface. This new interface is a web application which eliminates the need to have Java installed in order to enter and submit results online. It will be compatible with all current popular web browsers such as Chrome, Firefox, Internet Explorer, Microsoft Edge and Safari.

From Wednesday 22nd March 2017 9pm (AEDT), the myQAP ‘Result Entry’ tab will be updated and Java will no longer be required for online result entry. Should you encounter any problems when using this new interface, the existing login websites will remain available with a link to the Java result entry interface.

Please see the following doc link for further details on using the new web result entry interface - HOW TO: New Web Result Entry

This is the first step in a larger project currently underway to redesign the RCPAQAP’s IT systems. We would like to thank you for your patience and understanding as we work to improve our systems and your customer experience.

Best regards,
RCPAQAP Customer Service

myQAP Single sign-on for Result Entry

From Wednesday 1st March 2017 8 PM AEDT, access to result entry will also be delivered via myQAP. Participants will require just one myQAP username and password to access all of their result entry services. Once accessed, the existing result entry screens will be displayed. Please see the following document link for further details - HOW TO: Access Result Entry

By default, all active contacts for a given participant will be granted access to perform result entry. If there are contacts that should be restricted from performing result entry, please raise a support request via the myQAP ‘Requests’ tab detailing the corresponding discipline, participant number and contact details.

If you do not currently have access to the myQAP portal, please liaise with the primary contact for your participant/laboratory, who can facilitate your access as a myQAP participant contact.

Please see the following document link for further details - HOW TO: Maintain Contact Information

It is envisaged that a two-month transition period, while both systems are operating, will provide participants with time to adjust to the new process and ensure all staff are provided with access to the myQAP portal. After this time, the legacy online result entry login websites will be disabled.

We have responded to your feedback and would welcome any comments.

Best regards,
RCPAQAP Customer Service


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Links to virtual slides will no longer be viewed using Aperio Webscope, but will now be displayed and manipulated with our new Collibio viewer.

For more information and to access some sample images on our website.


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