The Product Requirements Editor was successfully launched in operations, for Member and Co-operating State users, on Tuesday 18th February.  Member and Co-operating States can now use the application to make operational changes to their real-time data.

Access the Product Requirements Editor

Note : This is an operational system.  Any changes you make in the application WILL affect your operational delivery.

Provide your feedback

We look forward to your feedback, which will be used to shape future improvements to the application.
Please contact, including 'PRE feedback' in the subject.

Further updates

  • The application will be released to Maximum charge and NMHS licence holders later today.
  • Webinar dates will be announced shortly. Become a watcher of this blog to receive a notification of the announcement.

Highlights & new features

The Product Requirements Editor offers a variety of new features designed to assist users in the management of real-time data delivery.

Examples features include:


  • What it does: Provides users with a list of parameters that exist in the parameter database
  • How to use: ctrl+space
  • Example
  • Future enhancements:
    • search for ALL parameters by parameter ID
    • only display parameters that are valid in dissemination and valid for your current request (this is currently just a dump of all parameters from the parameter database)


  • What it does: Displays the data that is being inherited from the preceding dissemination request
  • How to use: hover over the (info) icon
  • Example
  • Future enhancements: selectively paste inherited data into the requirements


  • What it does: Allows users to insert template requirements into their feed, which they can modify and use to build requests from scratch
  • How to use: hover over the <> icon
  • Example
  • Future enhancements: snippets for ALL datasets will be added prior to the first release


  • What it does: Displays differences between:
    1. the operational version of a feed and the amended version of that same feed
    2. the operational version and a previous operational version
    3. two previous operational versions
  • How to use: select the 'view changes' action
  • Example
  • Future enhancements: add the option to save any changes that are made to the requirements while using the diff window

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