OOMA User Guide

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Unformatted text preview: racter. Serial No. like '123[89]' would match 1238 and 1239. Note [ ] only works with Sybase SQL Server. You can also put a range in the like [1-5]. Chapter 4 Configuration Management and Logs & Records Subsystem 289 Scheduling Interval The Scheduling Interval tab on the Task Definition dialog box in the Assembly Explorer allows the Baseline Manager (BLM) to create, view, or modify detailed baseline scheduling interval information against the aircraft, an assembly, or sub-component selected in the hierarchical WUC structure. Squadron users and other foundation tiers are only allowed to view the Scheduling Interval tab. 1 Open the Assembly Explorer (see "How to Access the Assembly Explorer" on page 266). 2 Click the Task Definition tab. 3 Click the Assign Usage Parm button . 4 Select the specific usage parameter from the Usage Parm Assignment dialog box. The usage parameter appears in the Default Scheduling Rules, Usage Parm block. 5 Click the new usage parameter and enter the count in the Interval field. The Notification (Qty) count is automatically computed based on 10% of any count or event usage parameter. The Fixed/Variable Scheduling block consists of two check boxes: Fixed and Deviated. Fixed means that the drop-dead count is based on the actual interval count. Deviated means that an additional 10% is added to the drop dead count. 6 Select Fixed or Deviated, as appropriate. For Deviation Types, see the following list. S – Standard refers to plus or minus 10% or 3 days. N – No deviation authorized. U – Users defined, this setting is used for parts that authorized a deviation prior to overhaul/repair, but not once component has gone through overhaul/repair process. The deviation flag is turned off by squadron user by setting the overhaul flag. X – Non standard deviation, authorized deviation limit based on percentage of calendar days, weeks, and months. Authorized percentage greater than 10% are considered to be none standard. 7 Click Part Assignment in the Part Specific Scheduling Rules block if it is known that a part number is required to do the task; otherwise, leave blank. 8 Click the next tab or OK. Parts Consumable List This topic is for future development. 290 User Guide Optimized NALCOMIS OMA Tool List This topic is for future development. Definition The Definition sub tab appears when the Task Details tab is selected on the Task Definition dialog box. The sub tab defines the attributes associated with the task, for example: WUC, task class, status, task definition code, maintenance plan, and MRC rating. Procedures The Procedures sub tab is available from the Task Details tab of the Task Definition dialog box. It enables you to document specific steps regarding the MRC/task being defined for an inventory item. For more information, see Task Definition (on page 285). 1 Type the specific instructions. 2 Click Apply and OK. TMR Tab The TMR tab in the Assembly Explorer or WUC/UNS dialog box enables you to add or delete TMR cod...
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