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$$PATCH^XPDUTL(): Verify Patch Installation

Reference Type: Supported, Category: KIDS, Integration Agreement: 10141

Description

This extrinsic function is used during KIDS installations-during the environment check only. Use this function to verify if a patch has been installed. You can check for patches with or without sequence numbers.

Format

  $$PATCH^XPDUTL(patch)

Input Parameters

patch:

(required) Patch name.

Output

returns:

Returns:

  • 1—Specified patch was installed on the current system.

  • 0—Specified patch was not installed on the current system.

Example

Checking for a patch installation. Enter the following at the programmer prompt:

>I '$$PATCH^XPDUTL("XU*8*28") W !,"You must install patch XU*8*28"

 


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