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Routine: XMXUTIL2

Package: MailMan

Routine: XMXUTIL2


Information

XMXUTIL2 ;ISC-SF/GMB-Message info ;04/19/2002 13:34

Source Information

Source file <XMXUTIL2.m>

Call Graph

Call Graph

Call Graph Total: 6

Package Total Call Graph
MailMan 5 $$ORIGIN8R^XMXSEC  $$PAKMAN^XMXSEC1  $$NAME^XMXUTIL  ($$CONVERT,$$DECODEUP,$$MMDT)^XMXUTIL1  $$SUBJ^XMXUTIL2  
VA FileMan 1 $$EZBLD^DIALOG  

Caller Graph

Legends:

Legend of Colors

Package Component Superscript legend

action A extended action Ea event driver Ed subscriber Su protocol O limited protocol LP run routine RR broker B edit E server Se print P screenman SM inquire I

Caller Graph

Caller Graph Total: 29

Package Total Caller Graph
MailMan 24 XMAH1  XMJBL  XMJBM  XMJMD  XMJMFB  XMJML  XMJMOI  XMJMOI1  
XMJMORX  XMJMP  XMJMP1  XMJMR  XMJMR1  XMPH  XMRENT  XMRPOP  
XMS2  XMTDL2  XMUPIN  XMUT2  XMXGRP1  XMXLIST1  XMXMSGS2  XMXUTIL2  
Accounts Receivable 2 RCDPEMSG  RCRJR  
Network Health Exchange 2 AFJXMABX  AFJXPNHX  
Integrated Billing 1 IBCNHSRV  

Entry Points

Name Comments DBIA/ICR reference
QRESP(XMZ,XMZREC,XMWHICH) ; Function returns 0 if message XMZ is a message.
; If message XMZ is a response, returns XMZ of original message
; and, optionally, the response number as the second piece.
; in:
; XMZ XMZ of the message to be checked
; XMZREC (optional) 0-node of the message
; XMWHICH (optional) If the message is a response, should MailMan also
; return the response number as the second piece?
; (0=no (default); 1=yes)
  • ICR #2736
    • Status: Active
    • Usage: Supported
    INMSG(XMDUZ,XMK,XMZ,XMZREC,XMFLAGS,XMIM,XMINSTR,XMIU) ;
    ; Should NOT be called for responses!
    ; XMFLAGS If XMFLAGS["I" return internal only
    ; ["F" return FM date
    ; XMIU("KVAPOR") If applicable, user-specified vaporize date for message in basket
    ; XMIU("NEW") Is message new? (0=no; 1=yes; 2=yes, and priority, too)
  • ICR #2736
    • Status: Active
    • Usage: Supported
    INMSG1(XMDUZ,XMZ,XMZREC,XMFLAGS,XMIM,XMIU) ; (Should NOT be called for responses!)
    ; XMIM("RESPS")
    ; XMIU("IEN")
    ; XMIU("RESP")
  • ICR #2736
    • Status: Active
    • Usage: Supported
    INM(XMZ,XMZREC,XMFLAGS,XMIM) ; For internal MailMan use only.
    ; XMIM and XMIU are killed first
    ; out:
    ; Always returned:
    ; XMIM("XMZ")
    ; XMIM("SUBJ")
    ; XMIM("FROM")
    ; XMIM("DATE")
    ; XMIM("CRE8")
    ; XMIM("SENDR")
    ; XMIM("LINES")
    ; XMIM("ENV FROM") 'Envelope From' returned only if it exists
    ; Returned if XMFLAGS'["I":
    ; XMIM("FROM DUZ")
    ; XMIM("FROM NAME")
    ; XMIM("DATE FM") Returned if XMFLAGS["F"
    ; XMIM("DATE MM") Returned if XMFLAGS'["F"
    ; XMIM("CRE8 MM") Returned if XMFLAGS'["F"
    ; XMIM("SENDR DUZ")
    ; XMIM("SENDR NAME")
    INRESPS(XMZ,XMIM,XMIU) ; How many responses? What's the user read?
    ; In:
    ; XMZ
    ; XMIU("IEN") ien of user's record in recipient multiple
    ; Out:
    ; XMIM("RESPS") message has this many responses
    ; XMIU("RESP") last response read by the user
    ; (null=not read at all; 0=original msg only; number=resp)
  • ICR #2736
    • Status: Active
    • Usage: Supported
    INRESP(XMZ,XMIEN,XMFLAGS,XMIR) ; Get info on a response to a message.
    ; In:
    ; XMZ XMZ of original message
    ; XMIEN Which response (1 thru # of responses)
    ; XMFLAGS If XMFLAGS["I" return internal only
    ; ["F" return FM date
    ; Out:
    ; XMIR
  • ICR #2736
    • Status: Active
    • Usage: Supported
    INMSG2(XMDUZ,XMZ,XMZREC,XMIM,XMINSTR,XMIU) ;
    ; Should NOT be called for responses!
    ; Does not kill XMIM, XMINSTR, or XMIU first
    ; XMIM("RECIPS") number of recipients of the message
    ; XMIU("ORIGN8") user sent message (0=no; 1=yes)
    ; The following are set only if applicable:
    ; XMINSTR("FLAGS")
    ; XMINSTR("RCPT BSKT")
    ; XMINSTR("TYPE")
    ; XMINSTR("VAPOR")
    ; XMINSTR("SCR HINT")
  • ICR #2736
    • Status: Active
    • Usage: Supported
    ZNODE(XMZ) ; Returns the zero node of the message.
  • ICR #2736
    • Status: Active
    • Usage: Supported
    ZDATE(XMZ,XMTIME) ; What is the message date? (Formatted by $$MMDT^XMXUTIL1)
    ; XMTIME =0 Date only
    ; =1 Date and time (default)
  • ICR #2736
    • Status: Active
    • Usage: Supported
    DATE(XMZREC,XMTIME) ; What is the message date? (Formatted by $$MMDT^XMXUTIL1)
    ; XMTIME =0 Date only
    ; =1 Date and time (default)
  • ICR #2736
    • Status: Active
    • Usage: Supported
    ZSUBJ(XMZ) ; What is the message subject?
  • ICR #2736
    • Status: Active
    • Usage: Supported
    SUBJ(XMZREC) ; What is the message subject?
  • ICR #2736
    • Status: Active
    • Usage: Supported
    ZFROM(XMZ) ; Who sent the message?
  • ICR #2736
    • Status: Active
    • Usage: Supported
    FROM(XMZREC) ; Who sent the message?
  • ICR #2736
    • Status: Active
    • Usage: Supported
    ZPRI(XMZ) ; Is the message priority?
  • ICR #2736
    • Status: Active
    • Usage: Supported
    PRI(XMZREC) ; Is the message priority?
  • ICR #2736
    • Status: Active
    • Usage: Supported
    LINE(XMZ) ; How many lines does the message have?
  • ICR #2736
    • Status: Active
    • Usage: Supported
    RESP(XMZ) ; How many responses does this message have?
  • ICR #2736
    • Status: Active
    • Usage: Supported
    ZREAD(XMDUZ,XMZ) ; How many responses has the user read?
    ; null = the user has not read the message
    ; 0 = the user has read the original message only
    ; number = the user has read through this response
  • ICR #2736
    • Status: Active
    • Usage: Supported
    READ(XMZUREC) ; How many responses has the user read?
    ; null = the user has not read the message
    ; 0 = the user has read the original message only
    ; number = the user has read through this response
    BSKT(XMDUZ,XMZ,XMNAME) ; Which basket is the message in for this user?
    ; in:
    ; XMDUZ,XMZ
    ; XMNAME Return basket name as second piece? 0=no (default); 1=yes
    ; returns:
    ; 0 = it's not in any basket
    ; number = it's in this basket ien ($G(XMNAME)=0)
    ; number^name = it's in this basket ien^name (XMNAME=1)
  • ICR #2736
    • Status: Active
    • Usage: Supported
    NEW(XMDUZ,XMK,XMZ) ; Is the message new for this user?
    ; 0 = no; 1 = yes; 2 = yes, and it's priority, too.
  • ICR #2736
    • Status: Active
    • Usage: Supported
    KSEQN(XMDUZ,XMK,XMZ) ; What's the seqence number for this message in this user's basket?
  • ICR #2736
    • Status: Active
    • Usage: Supported
    SEQN(XMKZREC) ; What's the seqence number for this message in this user's basket?

    External References

    Name Field # of Occurrence
    $$EZBLD^DIALOG SUBJ+3
    $$ORIGIN8R^XMXSEC INMSG2+13
    $$PAKMAN^XMXSEC1 INMSG2+16
    $$NAME^XMXUTIL INM+35, INM+38, FROM+1
    $$CONVERT^XMXUTIL1 INM+41, DATE+8
    $$DECODEUP^XMXUTIL1 SUBJ+4
    $$MMDT^XMXUTIL1 INM+43, DATE+6, DATE+10
    $$SUBJ^XMXUTIL2 INM+23

    Global Variables Directly Accessed

    Name Line Occurrences  (* Changed,  ! Killed)
    ^XMB(3.7 - [#3.7] INMSG+10, BSKT+9, BSKT+12, NEW+2, NEW+3, KSEQN+1
    ^XMB(3.9 - [#3.9] QRESP+10, QRESP+16, INMSG1+4, INMSG1+8, INM+22, INM+27, INM+28, INM+29, INM+31, INRESPS+8
    , INRESPS+9, INRESP+10, INRESP+11, INRESP+12, INMSG2+11, INMSG2+12, INMSG2+25, INMSG2+27, INMSG2+32, ZNODE+1
    , ZDATE+3, ZSUBJ+1, ZFROM+1, ZPRI+1, LINE+1, RESP+1, ZREAD+6, ZREAD+8

    Label References

    Name Line Occurrences
    $$DATE INM+42, ZDATE+3
    $$FROM ZFROM+1
    $$NEW INMSG+12
    $$PRI ZPRI+1
    $$READ ZREAD+8
    $$SEQN KSEQN+1
    $$SUBJ ZSUBJ+1
    INM INMSG1+6, INRESP+13
    INMSG1 INMSG+6
    INMSG2 INMSG+7
    INRESPS INMSG1+9

    Naked Globals

    Name Field # of Occurrence
    ^( QRESP+16

    Local Variables

    Legend:

    >> Not killed explicitly
    * Changed
    ! Killed
    ~ Newed

    Name Field # of Occurrence
    U QRESP+11, QRESP+14, INMSG+11, INM+24, INM+25, INM+26, INM+27, INM+28, INM+31, INRESPS+8
    , INRESPS+9, INMSG2+11, INMSG2+14, INMSG2+15, INMSG2+20, INMSG2+21, INMSG2+22, INMSG2+23, INMSG2+24, INMSG2+27
    , INMSG2+32, DATE+4, SUBJ+2, FROM+1, PRI+1, LINE+1, RESP+1, READ+4, BSKT+12, SEQN+1
    XMDATE DATE+3~, DATE+4*, DATE+6, DATE+8, DATE+9
    XMDUZ INMSG~, INMSG+6, INMSG+7, INMSG+10, INMSG+12, INMSG1~, INMSG1+8, INMSG2~, INMSG2+13, ZREAD~
    , ZREAD+6, BSKT~, BSKT+9, BSKT+12, NEW~, NEW+2, NEW+3, KSEQN~, KSEQN+1
    XMFLAGS INMSG~, INMSG+6, INMSG1~, INMSG1+5*, INMSG1+6, INM~, INM+33, INM+39, INRESP~, INRESP+13
    XMFM DATE+7~, DATE+8*, DATE+9, DATE+10
    XMIEN INRESP~, INRESP+10, INRESP+11
    XMIM INMSG~, INMSG+6, INMSG+7, INMSG1~, INMSG1+6, INMSG1+9, INM~, INM+20!, INRESPS~, INMSG2~
    XMIM("CRE8 MM " , INM+43*
    XMIM("CRE8" INM+27*, INM+43
    XMIM("DATE FM " , INM+40*, INM+41*
    XMIM("DATE MM " , INM+42*
    XMIM("DATE" INM+25*, INM+40, INM+41
    XMIM("ENV FRO M" , INM+32*
    XMIM("FROM DU Z" , INM+35*
    XMIM("FROM NA ME" , INM+34*, INM+35*
    XMIM("FROM" INM+24*, INM+34, INM+35
    XMIM("LINES" INM+28*
    XMIM("RECIPS" INMSG2+11*
    XMIM("RESPS" INRESPS+8*
    XMIM("SENDR D UZ" , INM+38*
    XMIM("SENDR N AME" , INM+37*, INM+38*
    XMIM("SENDR" INM+26*, INM+36, INM+37, INM+38
    XMIM("SUBJ" INM+23*
    XMIM("XMZ" INM+21*
    XMINSTR INMSG~, INMSG+7, INMSG2~
    XMINSTR("FLAGS" INMSG2+19*, INMSG2+20*, INMSG2+21*, INMSG2+22*, INMSG2+23*, INMSG2+30*, INMSG2+32*
    XMINSTR("RCPT BSKT" , INMSG2+28*
    XMINSTR("SCR HINT" , INMSG2+24*
    XMINSTR("TYPE" INMSG2+15*, INMSG2+17, INMSG2+18*, INMSG2+29, INMSG2+31*
    XMINSTR("VAPOR" INMSG2+14*
    XMIR INRESP~, INRESP+9!, INRESP+13
    XMIU INMSG~, INMSG+6, INMSG+7, INMSG1~, INMSG1+7!, INMSG1+9, INRESPS~, INMSG2~
    XMIU("IEN" INMSG1+8*, INRESPS+9, INMSG2+32
    XMIU("KVAPOR" INMSG+11*
    XMIU("NEW" INMSG+12*
    XMIU("ORIGN8" INMSG2+13*
    XMIU("RESP" INRESPS+9*
    XMK INMSG~, INMSG+8, INMSG+10, INMSG+12, BSKT+8~, BSKT+9*, BSKT+10, BSKT+11, BSKT+12, NEW~
    , NEW+2, NEW+3, KSEQN~, KSEQN+1
    XMKREC INMSG+9~, INMSG+10*, INMSG+11
    XMKZREC SEQN~, SEQN+1
    XMNAME BSKT~, BSKT+11
    XMNVFROM INM+30~, INM+31*, INM+32
    XMSUBJ SUBJ+1~, SUBJ+2*, SUBJ+3, SUBJ+4, SUBJ+5
    XMTIME ZDATE~, ZDATE+3, DATE~, DATE+5*, DATE+6, DATE+8
    XMUPTR ZREAD+4~, ZREAD+6*, ZREAD+8
    XMWHICH QRESP~, QRESP+14, QRESP+15*, QRESP+16*
    XMZ QRESP~, QRESP+10, QRESP+14, QRESP+16, INMSG~, INMSG+6, INMSG+7, INMSG+10, INMSG+12, INMSG1~
    , INMSG1+4, INMSG1+6, INMSG1+8, INMSG1+9, INM~, INM+21, INM+22, INM+27, INM+28, INM+29
    , INM+31, INRESPS~, INRESPS+8, INRESPS+9, INRESP~, INRESP+10, INRESP+11, INMSG2~, INMSG2+11, INMSG2+12
    , INMSG2+16, INMSG2+25, INMSG2+27, INMSG2+32, ZNODE~, ZNODE+1, ZDATE~, ZDATE+3, ZSUBJ~, ZSUBJ+1
    , ZFROM~, ZFROM+1, ZPRI~, ZPRI+1, LINE~, LINE+1, RESP~, RESP+1, ZREAD~, ZREAD+6
    , ZREAD+8, BSKT~, BSKT+9, NEW~, NEW+2, NEW+3, KSEQN~, KSEQN+1
    XMZBSKT INMSG2+26~, INMSG2+27*, INMSG2+28
    XMZO QRESP+9~, QRESP+11*, QRESP+14, QRESP+16
    XMZR INRESP+8~, INRESP+11*, INRESP+12, INRESP+13
    XMZREC QRESP~, QRESP+10*, QRESP+11, INMSG~, INMSG+6, INMSG+7, INMSG1~, INMSG1+4*, INMSG1+6, INM~
    , INM+22*, INM+23, INM+24, INM+25, INM+26, INM+42, INRESP+8~, INRESP+12*, INRESP+13, INMSG2~
    , INMSG2+12*, INMSG2+13, INMSG2+14, INMSG2+15, INMSG2+16, INMSG2+20, INMSG2+21, INMSG2+22, INMSG2+23, INMSG2+24
    , DATE~, DATE+4, SUBJ~, SUBJ+2, FROM~, FROM+1, PRI~, PRI+1
    XMZUREC READ~, READ+4
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