The Health Leven Seven (Optimized) software (HLO) was released as patch HL*1.6*126 to the HL7 v1.6 software package. Although it is structurally and functionally an independent system, it is officially part of HL7 1.6. This is a messaging system similar to the old HL7 1.6 package, but it was designed from the ground up and is more robust, more capable, and supports a much higher message throughput. This file is used create screens for reporting HLO messaging errors. A screen is a list of criteria used to either include or exclude specific error types in an error report. A screen is identified by its name. The name should be namespaced and be descriptive as to its intended use.
.01screen name(+)0;1FREE TEXTBThis is the name to identify the screen. It should be namespaced and descriptive.
1description2;0WORD-PROCESSINGThis should contain a full description of how this screen should be used, i.e., its purpose.
2creator(+)0;3POINTER200This is the person who created the screen.
3date/time created(+)0;4DATE-TIMEThis field contains the date/time the screen was created.
4type of screen(+)0;5SET OF CODES0:EXCLUDE
This field is used to determine the type of error screen to be applied to the error list. There are two types: EXCLUDE (0) - excludes the error messages from being displayed INCLUDE (1) - includes the error messages on the display.
5errors1;0MULTIPLE779.115This is a list of strings used to determine what errors should display. Each string is compared to each error that would otherwise be included in the display. If the string matches a string that occurs within the error, the error is either: INCLUDE type screens - the error will be included in the display. EXCLUDE type screens - the error will be excluded from the display. This is the verbatim text of the error to be screened. A list of possible errors is in the HLO Technical Manual. Alternately, you may cut and paste text from the error display into this field. You might screen errors for the following purposes: 1) To exclude certain errors from the display. Some of the errors don't require any action on your part. 2) To display only certain errors. These are critical errors which you want to act on quickly. You KNOW from experience what those errors are.

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