OOMA User Guide

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Unformatted text preview: , select the site (server) where the item will be transferred and click OK. 5 A Transfer prompt box appears to confirm giving up ownership of the item. Click Yes. -orThe Org Assignment dialog box appears. Select the Org Code to which the component is transferred or relocated and click OK. This process moves the aircraft to the OUTBOX group. 208 User Guide Optimized NALCOMIS OMA For more information, see Relocate Aircraft or Component (on page 204). Relocate an Installed Component The Relocate To option in the Inventory Explorer enables you to move component installed on an aircraft occupying a WUC/UNS slot from the hierarchical structure to any selection group. The component must be moved to the PRIMARY group if the intent is to delete it from the database using the Delete Inventory option. The Relocate To option in the Inventory Explorer enables you to move component installed on an aircraft. When a component is installed, it occupies a slot from the hierarchical structure and cannot be directly deleted. To delete the component, it must be relocated first to either the OUTBOX or PRIMARY group. Once in the OUTBOX or PRIMARY, it can be deleted by using the Delete Inventory option. Note: When the component being relocated has a sub-class of ASSY (engine, APU, MME, main rotor head, etc.), the Outstanding Work Orders dialog box appears informing maintenance managers or CDI/QAR that there are outstanding work orders associated with the assembly. The box prompts you to either delete or sign-off work orders. 1 Open the Inventory Explorer (see "How to Access the Inventory Explorer" on page 193). 2 Right-click the specific component in the tree view and select Relocate To. The Select Group dialog box appears and prompts you to choose a site to relocate the component. 3 On the Select Group dialog box, choose the group and click OK 4 On the Task [NEW] dialog box, enter Remove in the Task name and select RMVL on the subclass code list. Click OK. 5 The Password Verification dialog box appears. Type your user ID and password and click OK. 6 The Task Status Authorization dialog box appears with a default status of Complete. Click OK. This process removes the component from the aircraft and replaces it with a HAS PART NUM icon to indicate that the component is not installed. The removed component will appear on the selected group where it was relocated. For more information, see the following topics: ! Relocate Aircraft or Component (on page 204) ! Password Verification (on page 221) ! Task Status Authorization (on page 222) Chapter 4 Configuration Management and Logs & Records Subsystem 209 Create a Component The Create Component option on the Inventory Explorer enables you to create a component when its baseline information exists in the database. This process can be initiated, in the PRIMARY portion of the Inventory Explorer that is primarily applicable to the IMA, to add a serialized component item to the database for processing through the activi...
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This note was uploaded on 10/01/2013 for the course ECON 101 taught by Professor Smith during the Fall '13 term at Voorhees.

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