|Subject:||Re: What are "Operational Area" and "Operational Sector"|
|Date:||Mon, 10 Aug 2020 15:17:43 +0200|
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in the meantime Luis answered already.
Nevertheless I send my answer too:
context can be for Operational Sector: field:gnuhealth.du,operational_sector:
and Translation file can be found e.g. at tryton/health/locale/xx.po, string 221
at https://en.wikibooks.org/wiki/GNU_Health/Domiciliary_Units the description says: "Operational Sector: The area that this DU belongs. Very important to know which operational area is responsible to take different health care actions (health promotion, healthcare area, ambulace action region, ...)"
An older screenshot can be found at https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:GNU_Health_Domiciliary_Unit.png.
For Operational Area I found Context error:gnuhealth.operational_area: and the translation file also within the health module.
(I thought, Operational Area and Operational Sector are synonyms
here, but Luis explained it that the area is composed of sectors.)
country_subdivision I did not find in weblate. For "Province" there is Context field:gnuhealth.du,address_subdivision:
Could you please provide more information where country_subdivision occurs?
Thank you very much
All the best
I want to know what are "Operational Area" and "Operational Sector", similar country_subdivision?
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