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[Gnumed-devel] forms with OOo

From: Philipp Walderdorff
Subject: [Gnumed-devel] forms with OOo
Date: Thu, 21 Jun 2007 13:21:25 +0200
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Am Dienstag, 19. Juni 2007 18:00 schrieb address@hidden:
> > Open office starts verry slowly.
> We don't need to *start* OOo for each form. We simply talk
> to a running OOo. We already have the code for that.
How does this work? That sounds interesting.

I tried to work with OOo and the scanned formular as background. It works. 
For seldom formulares it seems to be OK. For often filled formulars I would 
like to have  a quicker and simpler way.

In  my program ("waldimed") the solution is:
Generate a Printfile via INFORMIX(Report) out from Text-Variables (Text) and 
programmvariables (patient-Datas) and prefabricated Textelements and print 
this file together with the Background-picture through the mentioned 
Perl-skript.  I suppose, this should work in gnuMed also. The Perl-Skript or 
similar code  could be used  or may be a similar python-Solution.
When filling  the needed text-variables GnuMed can use its phrase-weel.

In my "waldimed" the postion of printing the Text-Variables and patient-Datasi  
maintenance  is coded fix (row/column). This is the simpler way to programm, 
but has to be done for every Formular and every country and every Change of 
the formular and is maintenance intensiv. 
The question is, if it would be possible to make a GUI with the scanned 
background and the user puts his Cursor on the beginning of the 
Formular-Field, which tells Gnumed the position, where the needed variable 
will be printed. In this way every Country could make its own Formulars very 
simple. The data for that can be copied to all users of that Country. This 
would be the elegnat way.

waldiMed :-)

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