Entries in this file with an internal number >1000 have been exported with the OE/RR package. Everytime a new version of OE/RR is installed the entries above 1000 are removed and overwritten. If you want to use one of these exported entries, transfer the entry to a number less than 1000 and give it a new name so that it can be differentiated from exported entry.
.001number11This is the record number associated with the OE/RR PRINT FIELD entry.
.01name(+)0;1FREE TEXTBThis is the name of the OE/RR PRINT FIELD entry.
.02default caption0;2FREE TEXTThis is the caption to be used for printing this field, when no other is offered.
.03example entry0;3FREE TEXTThis field is used to store sample data for this OE/RR PRINT FIELDS entry. It should be representative of the raw data to which the VARIABLE field will be set (i.e., if ORSTDT=2910430.0700 is a possible value of the VARIABLE for the START DATE/TIME field, then the example entry for that field might be set to 2910430.0700.
.04variable0;4FREE TEXTThis is the variable which will be printed for this OE/RR PRINT FIELD in each record. If it is NOT an environmental variable (e.g., DT), then it will be SET by executing the CODE FOR SETTING VARIABLE node.
.05formatting function0;5FREE TEXTThis field names the extrinsic function, currently found in ^ORU, which is used for formatting the output of a given OE/RR PRINT FIELD (e.g., NAME^ORU, or DATE^ORU). Enter the line tag only, omitting the routine name.
When a print field in used in a print format it is generally compiled based on the variable and the code for setting the variable. This is the default for most print fields. For more complex print fields it is also possible to execute code directly to do the printing. Setting this field to EXECUTE (1) will allow this functionality. It will use the code in the field: CODE FOR SETTING VARIABLE to perform its function. When this field is used there is generally just one print field for the print format being defined. The code for this print field does all the printing/writing for the entire format. The code should check for the variable ORTEST when executing. ORTEST is a flag that is used to test a print format, used by the Clinical Coordinator when defining print formats. e.g.: I $G(ORTEST) W !,"This is an example" Q ...else do the real thing
.07package restriction0;7POINTER9.4This field should only have a value if this print field is for package specific code. This would be fields like Lab Accession # or Consult Urgency. Entries with this field set will be compared to the package value of the order being printed. If it doesn't match this print field will be skipped for that order.
1code for setting variable1;E1,245FREE TEXTThis is the Standard MUMPS code used for SETTING the VARIABLE printed in each record for this OE/RR PRINT FIELDS entry.
2word processing2;0WORD-PROCESSINGIf present, the word-processing type data in this field will be presented in lieu of the EXAMPLE ENTRY data, when the FORMATTING FUNCTION is specified to be WORD (e.g., REASON FOR REQUEST).

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