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HLTF ICR (10108)

HLTF    ICR (10108)

Name Value
NUMBER 10108
IA # 10108
DATE CREATED 2001/10/05
CUSTODIAL PACKAGE HEALTH LEVEL SEVEN
CUSTODIAL ISC San Francisco
USAGE Supported
TYPE Routine
DBIC APPROVAL STATUS APPROVED
ROUTINE HLTF
NAME HLTF
ORIGINAL NUMBER 10108
STATUS Active
ID HLTF
COMPONENT/ENTRY POINT
COMPONENT/ENTRY POINT COMPONENT DESCRIPTION VARIABLES
FILE
Creates an entry to track delivery of an HL7 message.
No input variables.  HLDA, HLDT, HLDT1 are output variables.
CREATE
Use this call to create a message stub for the batch
message and reserve a batch message id. If you are creating a batch of HL7
messages (more than one), your application processing routine should:

1. Call INIT^HLFNC2 to initialize variables.
2. Call CREATE^HLTF to create a message stub for the batch message.
3. Create and store each message that will be in the batch (requires
calls to INIT^HLFNC2 and MSH^HLFNC2).
4. Transmit the completed batch message using GENERATE^HLMA.

If you are sending only one HL7 message (i.e., you're not sending a batch
message), don't call this entry point. For single messages, VISTA HL7 creates
the MSH segment for you.

Usage CREATE^HLTF(.HLMID,.MTIEN,.HLDT,.HLDT1)
VARIABLES TYPE VARIABLES DESCRIPTION
HLMID Both
The variable in which to return the batch message ID.

MTIEN Output
The parameter in which to return the IEN of the
message stub in the HL7 Message Text file (#772).
HLDT Both
The parameter in which to return the message
date/time in VA FileMan format.
HLDT1 Output
The parameter in which to return the message
date/time in HL7 format.

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