+---------------------------------------------------------------+ | | | Property of the US Government. | | No permission to copy or redistribute this software is given. | | Use of unreleased versions of this software requires the user | | to execute a written test agreement with the VistA Imaging | | Development Office of the Department of Veterans Affairs, | | telephone (301) 734-0100. | | | | The Food and Drug Administration classifies this software as | | a medical device. As such, it may not be changed in any way. | | Modifications to this software may result in an adulterated | | medical device under 21CFR820, the use of which is considered | | to be a violation of US Federal Statutes. | | | +---------------------------------------------------------------+ Data recorded in this file will be set and removed by the VISTA DICOM gateway. Please do not edit entries in this file. A message display and logging facility is provided in the VISTA DICOM gateway by the ^MAGDMLOG routine. Status, informational, progress, and warning messages generated by the various processes are passed to the routine via the MESSAGE entry point. The messages for the process are stored in the ^MAGDMLOG global, where they can be retrieved (from ^MAGDMENU or programmer mode) by invoking the DUMP entry point. Each message is also displayed in real-time on the MSM Console window, if the window is free (i.e., not owned by another job).
.01job(+)0;1NUMERICBThe value of this field is an integer number that identifies the MUMPS-job that created the current log-file. While there may be 'old' log-files remaining from a job with the same number, the "B" cross-reference for this field will only keep track of the log-file that is currently open for any given job.
2timestamp(+)0;2FREE TEXTThe value of this field is a string that identifies the date and time on which the current log-file was created. This value is encoded in $Horolog Format.
3title0;3FREE TEXTThe value of this field is a string that is used as a header for the current log-file.

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