CCSM MICROMUMPS (UC DAVIS)
DATA GENERAL TANDEM
DSM(V3 & V4) UNIX MUMPS(PLUS 5)
HARRIS VAX DSM(V3)
LMS-1(IBM SERIES 1) VAX DSM(V4 & V5)
VA FileMan will not run properly under these operating systems since they do not support the 1995 M Standard.
NOTE: If you are running under any of these operating systems, you SHOULD
NOT proceed with the installation of VA FileMan V. 22.0. After updating
to an M operating system that supports the 1995 M Standard environment,
kill ^DD("OS") in order to proceed with the installation.
In VA FileMan V. 21.0 the VAX DSM(V6) entry was renamed to DSM for OpenVMS and the entry M/SQL-VAX was deleted.
In VA FileMan V. 22.0, the M/SQL operating system is no longer supported.
The M/SQL entry in the MUMPS OPERATING SYSTEM file (#.7) is renamed CACHE/OpenM.
Caché/OpenM sites should select this entry.
Some of VA FileMan's routines must reside in the Manager (Library) account on your system. Using the utilities available with your M system, move the following routines to the Manager account:
DINZ* (includes: DINZDTM, DINZMGR, DINZMGR1, DINZMSM, DINZONT, DINZVXD)
DINV* (includes: DINV1DTM, DINV1VXD, DINVDTM, DINVMSM, DINVONT, DINVVXD)
1. Renames routines in the Manager account to a new name.
2. Sets ^%ZOSF global nodes that are used by the screen-oriented features of VA FileMan.
DINZMGR references M implementation-specific information contained in other DINZ* and DINV* routines. The versions of M currently supported by DINZMGR are:
DSM for OpenVMS
If you are using another version of M or if your version does not support the ZLOAD and ZSAVE commands, you cannot use DINZMGR. The next section describes how to accomplish DINZMGR's tasks manually.
Routines with the following names will be created in your Manager account by running DINZMGR:
In addition, DINZMGR will set nodes in the ^%ZOSF global. Note that on some M systems, executing some of these ^%ZOSF nodes also causes ^XUTL global nodes to be set in the Production account.
DINZMGR gives you the chance to select which actions it will perform. So, if you already have routines with these %-names or data in the ^%ZOSF global that you do not want overwritten, you can tell DINZMGR not to change them. Note, however, that if you choose not to replace the %- routines or the data in ^%ZOSF, parts of VA FileMan may not work correctly unless the existing % routines and data in ^%ZOSF provide the functionality required by FileMan.
If your M system supports global protection, the ^%ZOSF global should
be able to be read from any account (UCI) that uses the Manager account.
Write and Delete access should be limited.
If you do not use DINZMGR or do not use it completely, you must either rename the following routines or have another version of the resulting %-routines in your Manager account. Otherwise, VA FileMan will not work. Rename, using the commands available with your M implementation.
DIDT rename to %DT
DIDTC rename to %DTC
DIRCR rename to %RCR
DIIS rename to %ZIS
DIISC rename to %ZISC
Also, in order to use VA FileMan's screen-oriented utilities, you should rename the following routine.
DIISS rename to %ZISS
You must also set executable M code into certain ^%ZOSF nodes in the Manager account. The specific nodes and what they should contain are described in the Device Handling section of the Package Management chapter of the Programmer Manual.
NOTE: The %ZOSV or %ZOSV1 routines are created by DINZMGR to support calls made by the ^%ZOSF nodes it creates. (Appropriate DINV* routines are renamed by DINZMGR.) If you are creating your own ^%ZOSF nodes, these routines are not needed.
NOTE: The site number entered by the installer will be multiplied by 1000 to determine the beginning number of the default file number assignment, when using the Modify File Attributes option to add a new file.
After entering the site number, there will be a slight pause while VA FileMan installs the MUMPS OPERATING SYSTEM file (#.7), DIALOG file (#.84) and the LANGUAGE file (#.85). The installer will then be asked:
TYPE OF MUMPS SYSTEM YOU ARE USING:
Type a question mark ("?") at this point to see your choices. If you do not see your M operating system vendor listed, or you are unsure, enter OTHER in answer to this prompt.
Then the other VA FileMan files will be initialized.
The PACKAGE file (#9.4) will be initialized next. The PACKAGE file is
necessary if you want to bundle an application package together for export
using DIFROM. (In the Programmer Manual, see the DIFROM section of the
Programmer Utilities chapter.) The PACKAGE file will not be updated if
you have a File #9.4 with a name other than "PACKAGE."
When the initialization has completed, you will see the statement:
INITIALIZATION COMPLETED IN nnnn SECONDS.
VA FileMan V.22.0
Initialize VA FileMan now? NO// Y
SITE NAME: KDEMO// <----------------- Enter your site name here
SITE NUMBER: 16// <----------------- Enter your site number here
Now loading MUMPS Operating System File..
Now loading DIALOG and LANGUAGE Files
TYPE OF MUMPS SYSTEM YOU ARE USING: DSM for OpenVMS// ?
Answer with MUMPS OPERATING SYSTEM NAME
DSM for OpenVMS
TYPE OF MUMPS SYSTEM YOU ARE USING: DSM for OpenVMS//<------Enter Your
M operating system here
Now loading other FileMan files--please wait...................
The following files have been installed:
.4 PRINT TEMPLATE
.401 SORT TEMPLATE
.402 INPUT TEMPLATE
.44 FOREIGN FORMAT
.6 DD AUDIT
.7 MUMPS OPERATING SYSTEM
.81 DATA TYPE
.83 COMPILED ROUTINE
1.11 ARCHIVAL ACTIVITY
1.12 FILEGRAM HISTORY
1.13 FILEGRAM ERROR LOG
1.2 ALTERNATE EDITOR
Your Package file will now be updated.
I AM GOING TO SET UP THE FOLLOWING FILES:
...HMMM, I'M WORKING AS FAST AS I CAN................................
OK, I'M DONE.
NOTE THAT FILE SECURITY-CODE PROTECTION HAS BEEN MADE
Re-indexing in the DIALOG file....
Compiling all forms ...
DIKC EDIT (#.1101)
DIKC EDIT UI (#.1102)
DIKK EDIT (#.3101)
DDGF BLOCK EDIT (#.40301)
DDGF PAGE ADD (#.40302)
DDGF PAGE EDIT (#.40303)
DDGF PAGE SELECT (#.40304)
DDGF FORM EDIT (#.40305)
DDGF HEADER BLOCK EDIT (#.40306)
DDGF FIELD ADD (#.40401)
DDGF FIELD CAPTION ONLY (#.40402)
DDGF FIELD DD (#.40403)
DDGF FIELD FORM ONLY (#.40404)
DDGF FIELD COMPUTED (#.40405)
DDGF BLOCK ADD (#.40406)
DDGF BLOCK DELETE (#.40407)
DDGF HEADER BLOCK SELECT (#.40408)
DDXP FF FORM1 (#.441)
DDMP SPECIFY IMPORT (#.461)
INITIALIZATION COMPLETED IN 100 SECONDS.
VA FileMan is now ready to use.
The menu choices for programmer-mode FileMan are invoked by typing