Array of alerts to be forwarded, each identified by
its full alert identifier (the value of the ALERT ID field in the ALERT
DATE/TIME multiple of the current user's entry in the ALERT file. Current user
is identified by the value of the XQADUZ variable). The alert identifiers for
a user's current open alerts can be obtained using the USER^XQALERT entry
If only a single alert is to be forwarded, only the top node must be set (set
it to the alert identifier of the alert to forward, and pass by value). If
there are multiple alerts to forward, the value of each entry in the array
should be one of the desired alert identifier. For example,
If using an array, the array must be passed by reference in the parameter
Users to forward alert to. For forwarding as an alert
or as a mail message (when the type parameter is A or M), the variable may
specify one or more users, and/or mailgroups. For users, specify by ien (in
the NEW PERSON file). You do not need to precede the user's ien with an accent
grave. For mail groups, specify in format G.MAILGROUP.
If there is only a single user or mailgroup, just set the top node of the
array to that value, and pass it by value. If there are multiple values to be
passed, pass them as the values of numerically subscripted array nodes (and
pass the array by reference). For example,
A6AUSER(1)="G.MAS CLERKS" A6AUSER(2)="G.MAS OVERNIGHT"
For forwarding to a printer (when the type parameter is P), there should be
only a single value specifying the desired entry in the DEVICE file. You can
specify the device either by name or by internal entry number (ien). If
specifying by ien, precede the ien with an accent grave (e.g., `202).
Indicates the method of forwarding desired. The
options are the single characters 'A' (to forward as an Alert), 'M' (to
forward as a Mail Message), and 'P' (to print a copy of the alert). If the
value passed is not either A, M, or P, then no action will be taken.
A character string to use as a comment to accompany
the alert when it is forwarded.