* Inserts a new record. This method always returns a non null result. The ID field holds the
   * Unique ID for the inserted record (when greater than zero) or the error number (when less than
   * zero). If the ID is zero, the record was inserted but the server did not returned the Unique
   * ID.
  public ims.dto.Result insert() {
    ims.dto.Result reLoginResult = Connection.reLogin();
    if (reLoginResult != null)
      return new ims.dto.Result(reLoginResult.getMessage(), "DTO.Client.Go_mdt_hcps.Insert");

    if (DataCollection.count() == 0)
      return new ims.dto.Result("No data to insert", "DTO.Client.Go_mdt_hcps.Insert");

    if (DataCollection.count() > 1)
      return new ims.dto.Result(
          "Multiple object insert not allowed", "DTO.Client.Go_mdt_hcps.Insert");

    ims.dto.Result result = Connection.insert(serviceName, encodeNASMessage());
    if (result != null) return result;

    int recordID = 0;

    try {
      recordID = new Integer(Connection.getValueAt(2)).intValue();
    } catch (NumberFormatException ex) {
      return new ims.dto.Result("Invalid record ID returned", "DTO.Client.Go_mdt_hcps.Insert");

    return new ims.dto.Result(
        "No error. The ID of the new record is in the ID field",