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NAME

       gm-import_incoming  -  a  script  to  import  a  file  into  the INCOMING area of a GNUmed
       database.

SYNOPSIS

       gm-import_incoming [-h|?]  [--help] [--local-import]  --file2import=FILE  --data-type=TYPE
       --user=USER [--host=HOST] [--port=PORT]

DESCRIPTION

       gm-import_incoming  is  a  script for importing a file into the GNUmed database area where
       incoming files are stored which have not been linked to any patient. A type is  associated
       with the data for easier recognition.

       This  script  can  be  used  to import for later processing fax images, lab data, referral
       letters, and similar data which electronically arrives on your system.

OPTIONS

       --help, -h, -?
              Show a help screen.

       --local-import
              At startup adjust the PYTHONPATH such that the GNUmed client is run  from  a  local
              copy  of  the  source  tree  (say,  an  unpacked tarball) rather than from a proper
              system-wide installation.

       --file2import=FILE
              This is the file to be imported into GNUmed.

              Successfully imported files are renamed to FILE.imported within  the  directory  in
              which FILE resides.

       --data-type=TYPE
              A  short moniker, say, a word or two, used to describe the data in FILE to the user
              when viewed inside GNUmed.

              The actual content of TYPE is only limited by the  execution  environment  (locale,
              encoding, ...) of gm-import_incoming.  GNUmed does not need to understand what TYPE
              means to the user.

       --user=USER
              The PostgreSQL user to be used for connecting to the database.

              Note that this must currently be a GNUmed staff account. It will also work with the
              cluster superuser (usually "postgres") or the GNUmed database owner (typically "gm-
              dbo") but using these in production  is  strongly  discouraged  for  data  security
              reasons.

       --host=HOST
              The hostname of the machine PostgreSQL is running on, if required.

              If  this  option  is  not  used  (or  set  to  an  empty string) it will default to
              connecting over UNIX domain sockets.

       --port=PORT
              The port PostgreSQL is listening on. Default  PostgreSQL  installations  listen  on
              port 5432.

       There are no options for database name or password.

       The  script  uses  the  default database name of the GNUmed version the script is released
       with thereby assuring data does not get imported  into  an  older  database  following  an
       upgrade.

       If  a  password is needed (that is, if TRUST, IDENT, or PEER authentication is not in use)
       it must be supplied by either setting the $PGPASSFILE  environment  variable  or  using  a
       standard ~/.pgpass file.

ENVIRONMENT

       PGPASSFILE

            http://www.postgresql.org/docs/devel/static/libpq-pgpass.html

FILES

       ~/.pgpass

            http://www.postgresql.org/docs/devel/static/libpq-pgpass.html

SEE ALSO

       http://wiki.gnumed.de
              Detailed Wiki-style documentation

       /usr/share/doc/gnumed/
              Local documentation

       man -k gm-*
              List man pages on gm-* commands.