RVI offers up to 65 individual imaging systems with each system providing seven key index fields that are user defined with the ability to expand indexing to 99 key index fields. The user can establish multiple imaging systems with specific indexing criteria for each system.

This menu option allows for the editing and creation of system values. The system value will designate the single character value the system will be identified by within RVI.

System: The single character value representing the system. This wiill become the System Identification Code for the imaging system.

Description: Enter a descriptive system name to correspond to the system value.

Index #: 1 – 99 (Index 7 is reserved for Document Type.) At least one index field is required.

Index Description: Enter a description for the index # defined above.

Length: The numeric length of the information contained in each Index Description field.

Format: Wild card search is only available with a B or blank setting.

The format layout options for index fields are:

0 When Field Exit is pressed, Zero Fill, Right Adjust, Numerical.
N When Field Exit is pressed, Blank Fill, Right Adjust, Numeric.
B When Field Exit is pressed, Blank Fill, Right Adjust, Alpha/Numeric.
Blank When Field Exit is pressed, Blank Fill, Left Adjust, Alpha/Numeric.

(To enable the Format Option, set the System Control File Parameter (VINDEX) to Y for Yes. This is an optional field.)

Range: (Y = Yes, Blank = No) This option permits the user, by Index Field, to have the ability to search within a specified range. This is an optional field.

Mandatory: (Y =Yes, Blank =No) Allows you to specify indexes that are mandatory when performing image inquiry on this system. This is an optional field.

Date: (Y = Yes, N = No) Identify the index field as a Date field.

Delete Record: Permanently delete the current image system.


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