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HTEXT ;Import help text.
;;Codes can be imported from a CSV (comma-separated value) file or from one
;;taxonomy into another.
;; HF - use this action when the CSV file has been saved as a host file.
;; PA - use this action to paste in the CSV file.
;; TAX - use this action to select another taxonomy to import codes from. Once
;; selected, you can import all the codes or selected sets of codes.
;; WEB - use this action to import a CSV file from a web site. You will need
;; the full url of the CSV file.
;;Creating a CSV file
;;Each row of the CSV file should have the following format:
;;Column 1 - term/code
;;Column 2 - three-character coding system abbreviation
;;The list of codes for the term/code and coding system combination starts at
;;column 3. There can be as many subsequent columns as necessary. For example,
;;if there were four codes for the term/code coding system combination, then:
;;Column 3 - first code
;;Column 4 - second code
;;Column 5 - third code
;;Column 6 - fourth code
;;An easy way to create a CSV file s to first create a spreadsheet where the
;;columns are as described above. When the spreadsheet is complete, use SAVE AS
;;to save it to a CSV file. You can also create a CSV file directly using a text
;;Once you have created the CSV file, you will probably need help from IRM to
;;move the file to a VistA-accessible directory. The format of this will
;;depend on the type of operating system on the server. The path includes the
;;device and directory. Your IRM person should be able to give you this. Once
;;you have entered the path, all files with a .CSV extension will be listed.
;;Type in the name of the file you want to import and press <Enter>.
;;Open the CSV file on your computer as a text file, using a text editor such as
;;Notepad. Do not open it as a spreadsheet. Highlight all the rows you want to
;;import and copy them. Go to your VistA session and select the PA action. At the
;;prompt "Paste the CSV file now, press <ENTER> to finish.", paste what has been
;;copied within 10 seconds. The import will complete; you will then need to save
;;the imported codes.
;;This action will import a CSV file from a web site. You must know the exact
;;url. NOTE: The only protocol currently supported is http; https will not work.
;;Enter the url at the prompt and then press <Enter>.
;;This option is used to import codes from an existing taxonomy into another
;;existing taxonomy. The receiving taxonomy may already have codes or may be a
;;shell of a taxonomy (contains no codes). After selecting the TAX action, you
;;will see the prompt "Select a taxonomy or taxonomies to import from." a
;;List Manager display will then open, listing all the taxonomies on your system.
;;You can select one or more taxonomies to import from by typing in a
;;comma-separated list or a range. Once the selection has been made, choose the
;;Done (Quit) action. You will then be prompted to choose either ALL or
;;SEL(ected) codes. If you choose SEL, each Term/Code Coding system pair in the
;;taxonomies being imported from will be displayed and you can choose whether or
;;not to import that set of codes.