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MUMPS Implementation MAGDRPC5

Input Parameters

Name Type Maximum Data Length Required Description
LOCATION LITERAL 30 true The value of this parameter is a pointer to ^DIC(4).This pointer identifies the location at which images were acquired.
RULES LIST   true The value of this parameter is an array (one integer subscript).This array contains the routing rules. Each element of thisarray represents one part of a rule; the strings in these elementseach contain a number of fields, separated by carets ("^"). In all rule-elements, the first caret-piece is the rule-number. The second piece is equal to either "ACTION", "CONDITION"or "PRIORITY". When the second piece is equal to "ACTION", there may be one or moreadditional pieces. If there is only an additional third piece,this piece represents the action-verb ("SEND" or "BALANCE"currently).When there are four or more pieces, the third piece representsthe sequence number of the command-parameter, and the additionalpieces represent the command-specific parameters. When the second piece is equal to "PRIORITY", the third piecewill indicate the relative priority. Typical values are "LOW","MEDIUM" and "HIGH". When the second piece is equal to "CONDITION", there are eitherfive or seven pieces in total. In that case, the third piece always represents the sequence numberof the current condition for the current rule.When there are five pieces,the fourth and fifth are a keyword=value pair and describethe nature of the condition. Valid keywords are "KW" (keyword),"DT" (data-type), "OP" (operator) and "VA" (value).A sequence of seven pieces only occurs when the data-type isequal to DT (Date/Time). When there are seven pieces, the fourthpiece is always equal to "VA" (value) and the fifth through seventhpieces indicate a possible date/time range that applies for thecondition. Note that conditions are always ANDed with one another, andthe multiple date/time ranges for a date/time value are alwaysORed with one another.

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