KIDS

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Kernel Installation & Distribution System (KIDS) is a way of creating a standard way of sending and loading patches and packages.

A KIDS distribution creates an entry in the BUILD File. After the KIDS distribution is installed into an existing system, a log is recorded in the INSTALL File.

The following package elements are distributed in a KIDS build: (For any BUILD, these are listed in the BUILD COMPONENTS subfile)

  • PRINT TEMPLATE (File #0.4)
  • SORT TEMPLATE (File #.401 )
  • INPUT TEMPLATE (File #.402)
  • FORM (File #.403)
  • FUNCTION (File #.5)
  • DIALOG (File #.84)
  • BULLETIN (File #3.6)
  • MAIL GROUP (File #3.8)
  • HELP FRAME (File #9.2)
  • ROUTINE (File #9.8)
  • OPTION (File #19)
  • Security Key (File #19.1)
  • PROTOCOL (File #101)
  • LIST TEMPLATE (File #409.61)
  • HL7 Application PARAMETER (File #771)
  • HL LOGICAL LINK (File #870)
  • PARAMETER DEFINITION (File #8989.51)
  • PARAMETER TEMPLATE (File #8989.52)
  • REMOTE PROCEDURE (File #8994)

Any build can include other files as well, but these are the ones that are natively supported by KIDS 1.0

Patching_Instructions

Creating_A_Patch_Containing_Routines

Creating_A_Patch_Containging_Globals

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