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All VA FileMan files, regardless of the global used for data storage, have an entry in the Dictionary of Files - the ^DIC global descendent from the file's DD number.
The zero subscript contains the file name and file number.
The global location (GL) node descendent from subscript zero is set to the root of the global used to store data for this file. So, the EMPLOYEE file example may have the following:
^DIC(3,0) = "EMPLOYEE^3"
^DIC(3,0,"GL") = "^EMP("
The ^DIC global also contains the file's security protection codes, if any, descendent from the zero subscript in the following nodes:
^DIC(filenumber,0,"AUDIT") -- Audit Access
^DIC(filenumber,0,"DD") -- Data Dictionary Access
^DIC(filenumber,0,"DEL") -- Delete Access
^DIC(filenumber,0,"LAYGO") -- LAYGO Access
^DIC(filenumber,0,"RD") -- Read Access
^DIC(filenumber,0,"WR") -- Write Access
22.2The rest of the ^DIC global descriptors for a file are:
^DIC(filenumber,"%", -- At lower subscript levels, contains the
^DIC(filenumber,"%A") -- Creator's DUZ^file creation date.
DIFROM does not send this node.
^DIC(filenumber,"%D", -- At lower subscript levels, contains the
text of the file's DESCRIPTION.
^DIC(filenumber,"%MSC") -- Most recent date/time on which any aspect of the definition for this File was changed.
^DIC(filenumber,"ALANG",n,0) -- Subscripted by language number n, the internal number of File .85. Contains the NAME of the File, translated into the non-English LANGUAGE.
Reviewed/Updated: October 2016