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I have a long list of errors reported by OSMI, but most of these are not errors. Only something OSMI thinks are errors.

In OSMOSE you can clear out all false positive errors, but is this possible in OSMI?

asked 08 Sep '21, 07:45

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Sadly this is not possible at the moment. If there's a whole error category where you think that OSMI could produce more relevant results by not flagging something if it has certain (machine detectable) properties, perhaps the software can be improved. Otherwise, there's not currently anything you can do.

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answered 08 Sep '21, 08:32

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Thanks for the answer. Yes I suspected there was no way of clearing non-errors. Which i sad.

I'm also using OSMOSE, which has this future, and it's very useful. I think all automated QA-tools should have such function, because machine roles can't always correctly determine if a mapping is ok or not.

(08 Sep '21, 10:53) Msiipola
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