INPUT TRANSFORM: Q:$$VAEDT^RORDD(798.1,$G(DA(1))) K:$L(X)>27!($L(X)<3) X
LAST EDITED: JUL 22, 2005
HELP-PROMPT: Enter a name of security key (3-27 characters in length).
DESCRIPTION: YOU MUST NOT EDIT THIS FIELD IF IT IS PART OF A NATIONAL REGISTRY DEFINITION!
The SECURITY KEY field contains the name of the security key associated with the registry.
DELETE TEST: 1,0)= I $$VADEL^RORDD(798.1,$G(DA(1)))
DELETE AUTHORITY: @
WRITE AUTHORITY: @
NOTES: XXXX--CAN'T BE ALTERED EXCEPT BY PROGRAMMER
1)= D ACLSET^RORDD
2)= D ACLKILL^RORDD
3)= Do not delete!
This cross-reference is used by the screening logic (the "SCR" node) of some Clinical Case Registries files to check whether a user is allowed to access the records or not.
The cross-reference contains two kinds of items:
^ROR(798.1,"ACL",RORDUZ,RegIEN,KEY,IEN) = ""
^ROR(798.1,"ACL",RORDUZ,RegName,KEY,IEN) = ""
where RORDUZ is the value of the DUZ variable for the user who has access to one or more registries (according to the allocated security keys). RegIEN and RegName are the registry IEN and name. KEY is the name of
security key and IEN is the internal entry number of the corresponding record of the SECURITY KEY multiple.
The cross-reference should be rebuilt after changes in the allocation of the security keys associated with any registry. Usually, this is done by the nightly task (the [ROR TASK] option). However, if you want the
changes to be in effect immediately, you should rebuild this cross-reference manually.
FIELD INDEX: B (#220) REGULAR IR LOOKUP & SORTING
Unique for: Key A (#12), File #798.118
Short Descr: Uniqueness Index for Key 'A' of Subfile #798.118