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[Gnumed-devel] developing packs of Consumable substances / medications

From: Jim Busser
Subject: [Gnumed-devel] developing packs of Consumable substances / medications
Date: Wed, 01 Jun 2011 20:56:06 -0700

Can I suggest / request that the default set of consumable substances 
(provided, I think, by vbanait) is

- removed from default bootstrap installation, or
- configured so as to be installed only when no alternative set of substances 
was available in whatever was the locale

For example, in the case of CA, I would like to provide a set of data that 
could be part of a "pack" of medications which could be bootstrapped by people 
who would install GNUmed in CA.

This leads me to my next question, which is -- if I lack the skills yet to 
write my own pack (and I am still far away from that) -- if I can still help 
with preliminary work, by supplying the data in a way that makes it less work 
to be converted?

What I am wondering is whether there is a preference to whether I would supply 
the data as

- a single, monolithic (non-normalized) table whether it would be in 
comma-delimited or tab-delimited or sqlite format

- or as a series of individual tables (each table being its own file)

and what the field or columns and in what sequence would be contained.


-- Jim

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