This is either a closed reference to a global root
containing the document or a filename and path reference identifying the
document on the host system. If a global root is passed, the document must
either be stored in standard FileMan word-processing format or may occur in
sequentially numbered nodes below the root node. Thus, if the global
reference is "^XYZ", the global must be of one of the following formats:
^XYZ(1,0) = "LINE 1"
^XYZ(2,0) = "LINE 2"
or ^XYZ(1) = "LINE 1"
^XYZ(2) = "LINE 2" ...
This is a local array, passed by reference, that
contains a list of parse events and the entry points for the handlers of those
events. The format for each entry is:
CBK(<event type>) = <entry point>
The entry point must reference a valid entry point in an existing M routine
and should be of the format tag^routine. The entry should not contain any
formal parameter references. The application developer is responsible for
ensuring that the actual entry point contains the appropriate number of formal
parameters for the event type. For example, client application might register
its STARTELEMENT event handler as follows:
CBK("STARTELEMENT") = "STELE^CLNT"
The actual entry point in the CLNT routine must include two formal parameters
as in the example:
STELE(ELE,ATR) <handler code>
See full documentation for event types. Documentation at:
http://www.DNS /vdl/VistA_Lib/Infrastructure/Kernel_Toolkit/KTK7_3p58.p df
This is a list of option flags that control parser
behavior. Recognized option flags are:
W = Do not report warnings to the client.
V = Validate the document. If not specified, the parser only checks for
0 = Terminate parsing on encountering a warning.
1 = Terminate parsing on encountering a validation error. (By default, the
parser terminates only when a conformance error is encountered.)