OOMA User Guide

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Unformatted text preview: End Dates" on page 23) fields. These entries appear in the Work Order Worker History. 4 Click OK to save the new information to the work order. 5 Click Close to return to the Active Work Order Query window. # To update a worker: 1 Click your name in the Worker Hours box and modify the data (Toolbox number, Start Date and/or End date). 2 Click OK. 3 Click Close to return to the Active Work Order Query window. # To delete a worker: 1 Click your name in the Worker Hours box and click Delete. 2 Click Yes on the prompt to confirm the delete action. 3 Click OK to return to the Work Order Update - Job Status/Worker Hours window. 4 Click Close to return to the Active Work Order Query window. For more information, see Contingency Processing (on page 469). View Worker History on a Work Order This task enables you to keep track of the workers assigned to the task. For task overview, see Work Order Update - Job Status/Worker Hours (on page 425). 1 On the Work Order Job Status window, click the View Worker History button. 2 The Work Order History box appears with the list of workers' names, Toolboxes, and the Start and End Date/Time for time spent on a specific MCN. 430 User Guide Optimized NALCOMIS OMA 3 Click OK to return to the Work Order Update - Job Status/Worker Hours window. 4 Click Close to return to the Active Work Order Query window. Work Order Worker History This window displays the list of workers who had worked on a work order. It enables you to only view information. For more information, see View Worker History on a Work Order (on page 429). Work Order Update - Removed This window enables you to document the removal of a repairable component. The component may or may not be tracked and life limited in nature. If the repairable component is in the database, the system automatically prefills the required data fields. If the repairable component is not in the database, the required data fields should be filled in. # To remove a repairable component: 1 Open the specific VED (see "Open a VED" on page 342). 2 Double-click the specific Modex or Serno on the VED to open the Active Work Order Query list. 3 Right-click the work order on the Active Work Order Query list, choose Update, and select Removed. 4 To remove the component, click the applicable topic for procedures: ! When component to be removed exists in the database (see "WO Update - Removed, when Component exists in the database" on page 431) ! When component to be removed does not exist in the database, not life limited (see "WO Update - Removed, when Component does not exist in the database, not life limited" on page 431) This process removes the component and adds it to the bottom of the CGPN Exceptions list. Note 1: To delete incorrect data in the Removed record that has not been signed by the CDI, right-click anywhere in the Removed dialog box, choose Delete, and select Remove_Delete. Note 2: To undo incorrect data in the Removed record that has been si...
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