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Re: [Gnumed-devel] SOAP - Edit Area - Parser - some thoughts

From: J Busser
Subject: Re: [Gnumed-devel] SOAP - Edit Area - Parser - some thoughts
Date: Sat, 25 Sep 2004 09:53:33 -0700

self-relying to (was:) basic test types
At 9:38 PM +1000 9/25/04, E Dodd wrote:
right arm, left arm, wrist machine, manual arm cuff, manual very large arm
perhaps far too many

true, yet IMO must be able to be captured, so how to most easily do it?

I sent the above before seeing Karsten's last email which makes sense to put some of these details in a text area and to apply filters.

It should be possible to support such processing in the sOap widget. I was thinking back to:

At 8:39 AM +1000 7/2/04, Richard Terry wrote:
Now, getting back to my comments from a previous posting about having purpose build 'edit area' editor, which auto-expands the available lines as one runs out of space, this is a situation where simply parsing comes into its own. It is then used to parse out and link the lines opposite the labels which are embedded in the edit area, but can also be used to parse out say a tag the user has insert using control keys eg hitting Ctrl(whatever) to insert the visual (different coloured tag) BP=. The parser assumes what comes after this tag must be in the format nnn/nnn. It both in real time validates the input is a digit (I do this very simply in the measurement part of my program), and later, when the user clicks the OK button to save the data, assigns any BP measurements to the appropriate measurment fields. Hence later one could simply review all the BP's in the medical records with dates.

I don't recall any more recent discussions taking this further. But if this were to be put into place the <visual (different coloured tag) BP=> would, along with other tags, need to be put in a reference table of some type? That reference table would contain the tag, and also some type of designation for which program to run to properly process and store any text that follows the tag (bounded by either the next delimiter or perhaps characters like a period or paragraph mark)?

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