Published Mar 15, 2019
ESC|StackVision version 6.7 UPGRADE REQUIRED for EDR Reporting in Q2 2019.
Beginning with 2nd quarter 2019, EPA will require the System and Component IDs to be reported for all missing data periods. This information is not currently required nor reported in the XML Emissions EDR. Omitting this information may result in a Critical 1 Error and a rejected EDR submission.
ESC will update StackVision to support these changes in StackVision version 6.7, expected to be released in June 2019.
See the EPA announcement here.
All StackVision servers that generate XML Emissions EDRs will be required to upgrade to StackVision version 6.7. If you do not submit EDRs for checking with ECMPS, this notice does not apply to you.
You can minimize disruptions for 2nd quarter reporting by upgrading your StackVision servers to SV 6.6 now.
Go to SV downloads here.
If any of the above apply to you, we will work with you to develop a proactive plan specific to your needs.
The 8832 was officially obsolete as of January 1, 2019. Although StackVision is no longer being tested for compatibility with the 8832, we are not aware of any issues that would prevent it from working.
If you feel your company will be unable to support an upgrade to the latest StackVision version, we encourage you to reach out to EPA to voice your concern in meeting this new reporting requirement.
StackVision Server and Client Supported Platforms
Contact ESC Support at 512-250-7901 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
This notice relates to the following ESC products: StackVision