Yet another data inconsistency in the BioTrackTHC system for Washington State. In this case we see the system indicate an Inventory Adjustment – but there is no corresponding record to the Inventory itself. Either the original Inventory records have been dropped from sync, or the Adjust data-set is improperly including this one. { "atype": 4, "inventoryid": "9385560946883972", "location": "412457", "new_quantity": "0.000000", "previous_quantity": "2187.902796695", "reason": "Originally entered with stems and once reprocessed to remove them, the system was not updated to reflect the loss in tonnage.

Categories: Marijuana Regulation

This post is targeted to all you technical folks out there who ever tried to use the BioTrackTHC APIs in Washington State. As you’ve likely noticed this API is a poor implementation. Here are some details of what makes it so crappy. Not a REST style May moons ago (c2000) internet software engineers came up with a methodology called REST. It’s an elegant, best-practices way to design computer-to-computer interfaces (APIs).

Categories: API, Traceability