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Nevada Database Issue

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Was: joking
Jul 19, 2001
For some reason the Washoe County EDACS system hasx been removed/merged from the Nevada database - part of it seems to be in the NSRS database - you can only get to the old database if it was one of your systems on your RR home page or by using the link


If you do get there you see that there is a notation in big red letters that the system is depriciated or superceeded by another system (see Washoe County EDACS System thread in Nevada fourm}

Is there any way to get this system restored to the NV database - the system is niether depreciated nor superceded and although in can interface with the NSRS is NOT part of the NSRS system and the state does not control it - the system is very much alive and well - I tried leaving a message via the submit info to the NV database admin but never got any response - Can anybody help out here


Premium Subscriber
Dec 19, 2002
Northern California
Nice work, this needed to be done. The Washoe County system is clearly a seperate system from the NSRS state system.

Now the problem is many of the sites from the Washoe County system are shown as part of the state NSRS in the database and they really don't belong there.

It is confussing because many users can roam across both systems, but they are clearly 2 seperate systems and even reported as such in the offical State of Nevada Interop Plan.

Thanks Guys!


Founder and CEO
Staff member
Dec 9, 2000
Whitefish, MT
Please submit your recommendations for changes to the database... if we don't get them into the workflow system then changes won't be made. 9 times out of 10, if you post it here in the forums expecting it to make it's way into the database it won't happen.
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