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  • Re: OE.RES to RAD.RES report conversion question

    In case someone else has&nbsp;the same problem in the future, I discovered that RAD.RES uses a field called &quot;date.of.service&quot; to store the service date.&nbsp; I simply overlooked it.
    Posted to MEDITECH Report Writer (Forum) by Anon on August 21, 2006
  • OE.RES to RAD.RES report conversion question

    I am converting a report from OE.RES to RAD.RES and have run into a problem.&nbsp; The original OE report uses the field &quot;pci.date&quot; as the service date in the selection fields.&nbsp; However, there is no comparable &quot;emr.date&quot; field or something of the like in C/S that makes an obvious choice for a service date.&nbsp; Any ...
    Posted to MEDITECH Report Writer (Forum) by Anon on August 21, 2006
  • %Z.zcus.format.lib.M.gb.chunk()

    I am converting a report from MAGIC to C/S, and have run into the following statement: %Z.zcus.format.lib.M.gb.chunk(3) I have never seen this %Z-program before, and it does not appear to work in C/S.&nbsp; Can anyone tell me what this does?&nbsp; Also, is this a routine that must be loaded onto the system by Meditech? Thanks, Jason
    Posted to MEDITECH Report Writer (Forum) by Anon on August 18, 2006
  • Using PCL Codes for Advanced Formatting

    What is PCL? PCL, or Printer Command Language, is an HP standard that works with most printers.&nbsp; NPR&nbsp;only gives you limited control&nbsp;over&nbsp;the&nbsp;format of reports.&nbsp; With PCL, you can do many things&nbsp;that are not possible&nbsp;with basic NPR commands.&nbsp; However, using PCL can quickly make a report&nbsp;complicated ...
    Posted to MEDITECH Report Writer (Forum) by Anon on August 17, 2006
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